Yeah I’m totally elsa kids come on over
I can’t breathe, this is so friggin cute
Like you don’t understand okay I was trapped for an hour on the second floor of the con with hundreds of children and their parents because everyone thought I was Elsa
Am I the only one who thinks she looks like the khaleesi like The mother of dragons?
I was cosplaying dany I was mistaken for Elsa and wound up at a nine yr old girls birthday party this was the best day of my life
I thought she was Kalesi…
YES I WAS COSPLAYING KHALEESI
I WAS HOWEVER MISTAKEN ON AN ENORMOUS SCALE FOR ELSA OF ARENDELLE BY HUNDREDS OF SMALL CHILDREN AND THEIR MOTHERS
well you didnt have to use caps lock…
I AM DAENERYS STORMBORN, THE UNBURNT, OF THE HOUSE TARGARYEN, FIRST OF MY NAME; QUEEN OF MEEREEN; QUEEN OF THE ANDALS, THE RHYNAR, AND THE FIRST MEN; LADY REGNANT OF THE SEVEN KINGDOMS, PROTECTOR OF THE REALM, KHALEESI OF THE GREAT GRASS SEA, BREAKER OF CHAINS, AND MOTHER OF DRAGONS
AND I WILL USE CAPS LOCK IF I SO PLEASE
LET IT GO
LET IT GOOOOOOO
I’ve put all of the fabric painting tutorials into one big photo post.
Includes silk painting with resist (Elven Banner), free-hand painting on stretch fabrics (Jareth from Labyrinth), fake embroidery with puffy paint (Peter of Narnia), graphite transfer paper with fabric paint pens (Tali from Mass Effect) and regular Tulip fabric paint (TARDIS lab coat).
Maybe this format is better?
Disney Designer Series: Heroine Edition
In order of earliest appearance: Alice (Alice in Wonderland, 1951), Tinkerbell (Peter Pan, 1953), Wendy Darling (Peter Pan, 1953), Esmeralda (The Hunchback of Notre Dame, 1996), Megara (Hercules, 1997), Jane (Tarzan, 1999), Kidagakash (Atlantis: The Lost Empire, 2001), Lilo (Lilo & Stitch, 2002), Charlotte (The Princess and the Frog, 2009), Merida (Brave, 2012)
I AM SO IN LOVE WITH THIS!
Here it is! The Final Round. Vote for your favorite!
If you liked my Sailor Jupiter post, then I think you’ll enjoy reading these other fan stories about how Sailor Moon impacted their lives.
Hey all! I’m one of the finalists! I’m the Sailor Venus in the right hand column, 4th picture down!
Hey friends! My summer cosplay sale is currently happening over on eBay! It ends this Saturday July 19th so be sure to check it out if anything catches your eye.
- Sora from Digimon
- Lara Croft
- Casual Miss Martian
- Princess Kraehe
- Nidalee spear
- Yuffie Kisaragi shuriken
- Yuna Tiny Bee guns
And some miscellaneous costume accessories too!
Please note that the larger props are only available for local pick-up to southeast Michigan because they’re either too fragile or too cumbersome to ship safely.
All proceeds will be going towards my fund for moving out to California (hence why I’m also getting rid of so much stuff)! If you’re not interested in anything, a signal boost is always appreciated. Thanks so much for your support! C:
Sure, sounds fun! What’s the topic of your documentary other than cosplay?
I need to take a second to explain why this woman means so much to me.
Forgive me, I’m usually kind of a goofball, but I’m going to get on my cheesy sentimental podium for a second, because I wanted to share with you one of my favorite Sailor Moon moments (from a filler episode no less)…
how the heck did this show
That had great characters
interesting characters who dealt with difficulties, prejudice, and fear
a show that had a great plot
that contained love and friendship
a show that could get dark but managed to say light-hearted and funny
that also managed to complement the original series
how oh how did it become this
more importantly how did the original show get canceled
The show got a good 6 seasons and a movie in. That’s longer than Justice League and JLU combined. It’s not like it met that early of an end. A large chunk of the fan base also tapered out quite a bit too as half of them were around high school aged when the show started and by the time the show ended they were in college and might not have had cable or a good schedule to watch it anymore. I’m sure the network saw that reflected in the ratings and figured to end the show on a high note.