on a scale of kdramas to game of thrones how predictable are you
"People usually assume that I’m daddy’s helpless little girl but I can handle myself. I mean I’ve been in self-defense classes since I was this high. My dad made sure I would always be able to protect myself."
My LEGENDary take on Asami Sato from Legend of Korra.
[Photo credit to the talented and incredible bearslayer.] — at 코믹월드 입장권(Comic World: Seoul).
"Water. Earth. Fire. Air. Long ago, the four nations lived together in harmony. Then, everything changed when the Fire Nation attacked. Only the Avatar, master of all four elements, could stop them, but when the world needed him most, he vanished. A hundred years passed and my brother and I discovered the new Avatar, an airbender named Aang. And although his airbending skills are great, he has a lot to learn before he’s ready to save anyone. But I believe Aang can save the world."
BENDING the rules a bit at AnimeJapan2014 by sticking with Avatar: The Last Airbender instead of a traditional anime/manga cosplay. — at Tokyo Big Sight.
Just some WRECKcreational fun at my last convention of 2013 and I was FIXED on making it memorable. — in Seoul, South Korea.
"We have blueberry, raspberry, ginseng, sleepy time, green tea, green tea with lemon, green tea with lemon and honey, liver disaster, ginger with honey, ginger without honey, vanilla almond, white truffle, blueberry chamomile, vanilla walnut, constant comment and…earl grey."
My EVIL-EXcellent Ramona Flowers costume for Halloween.
I’ve decided to start uploading all of my past cosplays from this year in Korea. So many cons…
She’s a peach she’s a doll she’s a pall of mine
She’s as cute as a button in the eyes of everyone who ever laid their eyes on Coraline
When she comes around exploring
Mom and I will never ever make it boring
Our eyes will be on Coraline.”
I was CoraLINED up to take some pics of the amazing events at Comic World: Busan (코믹월드:부산).
— in Busan, South Korea.
Now I love cosplaying and I love being abroad but the two don’t often mix especially with a strong language barrier. However, even the most daunting tasks can be achieved with a little (lottle) creativity.
I decided to go as Asami from legend of Korra. Of course I wanted to make her glove but how to start? Well…
I went to the local discount store (Woo Daiso life) and grabbed:
a jump rope
and black wood stain paint
In total i spent 6,000W which is about $5.50 US dollars.
Now let’s paint the glove. (Bonus Shakespeare socks)
With the glove dried and painted I used a paper cup i had laying around and cut it to this. I placed it and used the glue to secure it on.
I then took the other glove and used silver spray paint cover the entire glove. I did this because…
…you can use the silver bits of the fingers to make your joint pieces.
Okay remember the jumprope? When budget cosplaying, it’s important to use every piece of every item you buy. In this case, I used the extra parts of the rope to make the charge pad within the cup part. the other silver bits are just more parts of that extra glove we spray painted.
Alright now. I used a bottle cap from some drink i had laying around and painted in black while using more jumprope string to fill in the cap. Glue it where it goes. Then attach the ends of the jumprope (after painting them) to the glove and around the front charge pad. Use the glue.
I stuck the end strings underneath the palm charge pad. Hurray you are almost done!
Now secure the handles of the jumprope to your glove and add more silver glove bits to fill in the black space. Go crazy with that creative liberty.
And youre done. Enjoy, my CraftyBitches!