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What is Cosplay:
Cosplay short for "costume play" is a type of performance art in which participants don costumes and accessories to represent a specific character or idea. Characters are often drawn from popular fiction in Japan. Favorite sources include manga, anime, tokusatsu, comic books, graphic novels, video games, hentai and fantasy movies. Role play includes portrayals of J-pop and J-rock stars, Taiwanese puppet characters, science fiction characters, characters from musical stories, classic novels, and entertainment software. Any entity from the real or virtual world that lends itself to dramatic interpretation may be taken up as a subject. Inanimate objects are given anthropomorphic forms and it is not unusual to see genders switched, with women playing male roles and vice versa.
How to Cosplay
- Cosplay is a contraction of the words "costume" and "role-play." There are numerous clubs, groups and communities where cosplay has become a way of life for the participants. Whether dressing up as a favorite animation character or any fictional individual, cosplay can be a wonderful, fun hobby or lifestyle.
- Choose a favorite fictional character or cartoon to represent. These can be from the world of Japanese animation or from a cartoon or video game series.
- Create a detailed costume of the chosen character. Many individuals pride themselves on the accuracy and details of their work. Study the character very closely and notice the subtle details that make the costume a work of art.
- Discover any and all cosplay communities and groups in the local area. Several cities have underground clubs and cosplay societies.
- Consider joining the local artist's guild and network among them for great contacts in the cosplay world.
- Find out when any anime conventions or comic convention might be coming to the local facilities. Common conventions may include Star Wars or Star Trek themes. Many now overlap to include any fictional characters.
How to Make Cosplay Boot Covers
- If you're a fan of cosplay, then you know having the perfect costume is one of the most important parts of the experience. However, one part of the costume is often overlooked: the shoes. Yes, finding a pair of shoes that match your character's outfit exactly is next to impossible. But it is possible to take a standard pair of shoes and turn them into the finishing touch of your costume. And all it takes is a few basic sewing supplies and a crafty touch.
- Put on one of the shoes you will be wearing as a part of your costume.
- Place a piece of paper over the shoe. Wrap it tightly on top of the fabric upper and affix in place with tape.
- Cut away excess paper from the shoe. Make sure how you cut the paper is how you want the boot cover to look. So if you want a knee-high boot cover, wrap the paper around your leg as well.
- Once the paper looks like a sloppy version of the boot cover you want to make, carefully unstick the tape from the shoe and lay flat. This will now be your stencil.
- Place the paper stencil on top of the carpet-backing material. Use a craft knife to cut out the shape in the material.
- Wrap the cutout around the shoe and your leg to make sure it is a proper fit.
- Take your needle and thread and begin to sew up the back of the material; this should fall in line with your heel and Achilles' tendon. Continue sewing up the back of the boot cover, being careful to move your stitches closer to the edge of the material to allow room for your calve once the shoe is worn.
- Use a high-quality glue to affix the boot cover to the shoe's sole, like Shoe Goo. You can omit this step if you don't want the shoe to be forever dedicated to your cosplay costume. Instead, sew a piece of elastic into the top of the boot cover so that it will stay up and around your leg. Then you can position it to look as if it's a part of your shoe.
- Repeat Steps with second shoe.
How to Make Cosplay Wigs
- Cosplay, the performance art of costumed role playing, often requires a wig for complete accuracy, especially for the costumes that have very odd or very complex hairstyles or hair colors that are difficult to reproduce with real hair. The use of a wig can make it easier for the wearer of the cosplay costume to dress up without spending hours on their hair every time they want to wear a costume or to change hairstyles to their character's costumes without changing their personal hair style preferences.
- Wig Scissors Hair spray Reference picture Hair clips or hair pins Mannequin head
- Purchase a wig that has longer hair than the cosplay costume requires, but is the appropriate color. The excess hair will allow for style changes. Place the wig on the mannequin head before starting the style process.
- Look at the reference picture for the hair design. Cosplay hair designs, especially those based on manga and anime characters, can be very complex, with individual strands standing out at odd angles. Pay close attention to the reference picture so you can plan the entire wig styling process.
- Pin back most of the hair. It is easiest to style a wig in sections, especially when spikes or other oddities are needed, than to try cutting and styling with all the hair in the way. Starting from the bottom layers of hair or the front is ideal.
- Cut the hair in the appropriate lengths according to your reference picture. Keep in mind that some cosplay hairstyles will have very differing lengths, such as long in the front and short in the back, with random long strands in the short sections. Pay attention to the picture and cut to the appropriate lengths, using the mannequin head as a guide. If the style requires some side strands cut to chin length, use the mannequin head as your guide.
- Spray the wig with hairspray while you're working. If it needs large spikes, form each spike while cutting and spray it liberally with hairspray until it stays exactly as formed. You may have to use a great deal of hairspray for the most complex styles.
- Work from the bottom up or from the front backward until you've completed the entire wig in a style that resembles your reference picture. Keep in mind that oddities like weird stiff strands of hair that look like antennae or odd curls that stick out should be executed last to shape them properly and combine them with the rest of the hairstyle.
- With some patience, attention to detail and a lot of hairspray, you can make cosplay wigs to enhance any characters you choose to enact.
How to Make Cosplay Weapons
- Just like an outfit can manage to look utterly wrong without the right pair of shoes, a number of costumes in cosplay fall short without the appropriate weapon. There are a number of places to buy the right weapon for your character; however, you went through all the trouble to make your costume, so why not take that extra step and make your weapon too? It is not as hard as you might think. To illustrate the steps, let's make Donatello's bo Staff from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
- Scale your weapon. To do this, get a clear picture of the character you will be playing and the weapon. Measure the height of the character in the picture. Donatello comes out to six inches. The person wearing the costume is 66 inches tall. Thus, your scale is one inch on the paper equals 11 inches in real life (66 divided by 6). Measure the weapon. The staff comes out to 7.5 inches, so multiply by 11 for the real life scale: the staff should be 82.5 inches or approximately seven feet long.
- Collect your materials. Two things to take into account when picking materials are budget and durability. As a one-time use piece, you do not want to spend a lot of money on this weapon, nor does it matter if it only survives the night. For those reasons, paper towel rolls, clear plastic tape, and medical tape are good enough. Budget your time, too. Not all cosplay weapons are this simple, so be sure to allow yourself enough time for paints and adhesives to dry. It is also good to have extra supplies in case of accidents.
- Assemble your weapon. For Donatello's bo Staff, select a paper towel roll and wrap it up almost entirely in white medical tape. This makes your center grip. Add paper towel rolls end to end and secure them using clear plastic tape. This allows the brown to show through and does not cause the change in colors that you would get from using masking tape. Continue adding one roll to each side until the entire length of the staff is approximately seven feet. This should require a total of about seven paper towel rolls.
- Check the weapon rules of the convention or other location of your cosplay event. Not all objects are allowed. This information will be available on the website for the convention.
- Wash with cold water below 30 degrees without bleaching
- Hand washing and hang to dry
- Avoid exposing under the sun directly for a long time
- 1 x Coat
- 1 x Waist Wear
- 1 x Pants
- 1 x Waist String
- 2 x Oversleeves
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