My newest project is finished! When the Freljord patch for League of Legends was released I was inspired to do something with my Sejuani costume, so I asked Gabe and Nick at Electric Shadow Films and Dom “The H31P” from Area of Defect if they wanted to do a video about the Winter’s Claw (Sejuani’s tribe). 48 hours later we were all driving to Mount Baker in the middle of the night to get a sunrise shot in the snow. I’m really pleased with this video, and I hope you all like it!
Cosplay Videographers got some footage of some of my costumes in action at Sakura Con! There are two videos (Both are amazing!) which include my Sejuani (with me riding the boar ^_^), Chii, and Janna, along with a TON of other amazing cosplay, including a killer kyoshi warrior group!
Some of the other people I know that are featured are Final Spark Cosplay, RikkuGrape, Arms, Armor and Awesome, and some other amazing League cosplayers! Seriously, check out both videos! ^_^
Hello everyone! At PAX East last month, Captain Bryan debuted an incredible Full Metal Jayce cosplay. He built it by extracting the character model from the game files, printing it onto cardstock, and then building the armor around the cardstock, which is a construction method I haven’t seen used before. Bryan made a tutorial for anyone wondering how to get started with his papercraft method, and we’re proud to feature it here!
Hi everyone! This is our next cosplay tutorial by Danielle Beaulieu, who debuted an absolutely stunning Zyra cosplay at PAX East. Her Zyra uses some gorgeous prosthetics, so we asked her if she would write a tutorial on applying prosthetics with liquid latex and she generously obliged! If you have any questions about working with liquid latex or you’re just curious how it’s done, read on.
Liquid latex is the best skin adhesive you can buy. It works well holding heavy prosthetics onto skin, and can also be used to give them a seamless finish for your look. If you need to adhere something to your body free-floating, liquid latex will work perfectly for you. It also holds incredibly well in areas where you will be bending or flexing.
If you are like me, you might be a little intimidated to try it for yourself. You are probably thinking only professionals have the skill to use it correctly and it might be a waste of your money. Well, I am here to tell you just how easy a beginner like yourself can give any cosplay makeup a professional approach with minimal skill. Lets begin!
I had the pleasure to work with photographer Rodney Brown for a photoshoot in some wonderful sunlight! We were up early enough to catch some gorgeous rays of sunlight coming through the skylight. Rodney was especially good at directing me so that we could be sure that the staff and crown caught enough of it so that they would glow slightly! So fun! ^_^
Here is a teaser photograph from the article!
Additionally, I had a great interview with the awesome guys from Nerd Caliber about how I made the costume and what materials I used!
If you want to see more and the interview (there are many more gorgeous photos too!), check out the full article! ^_^
Incredible Janna, The Storm’s Fury (League of Legends) Cosplay