Ready? Go! COSPLAY!With winter almost upon us, and the convention season slowing down, many people are starting to plan next-year's cosplay costumes (myself included!)Ready? Go! COSPLAY! by taeliac
So, to aid you all in your planning phases, I've put together an article with all of the various tutorials I've bookmarked for personal reference, that deal with cosplay! Maybe, within, you'll find some inspiration for your next costume, or help you get through a stumbling block that you may have hit!
As always, check out Artisan Crafts for works done by other people here on dA, take some time to browse through "Resources -> Tutorials -> Artisan Crafts" for some tutorials of cool stuff to make!
I tried to break these up by general category, but if a tutorial applies to something in particular, I'll put the series name before it
Oops! ....I mean, I meant to do that!Everyone makes mistakes. To err is human, right? Well, when you're a crafter, a mistake can make you start pulling your hair out. Yet making a mistake might not mean scrapping the project and starting over. Sometimes it can be incorporated into your project to make it totally unique.Oops! ....I mean, I meant to do that! by DesignsByNemmy
I'll give you a personal "for instance". My first project in crochet was a scarf. Being new, I hadn't quite figured out that you were supposed to stick your hook under the entire stitch, not just the back loop. I realized this about halfway through the project, and was tempted to start over. Yet after having sunk a good four or five hours into the scarf, I sought the advice of a friend (fellow crafter and fabulous jeweler starglo21 ) who suggested I take a closer look. Were the stitches straight? Yes. Was the over-all construction wobbly or the tension too tight in areas? No. Did crocheting in the back loops produce a cool effect? Absolutely. What came out of crocheting only in the back looks w
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