With my cosplay, I strive to bring a little magic to your daily newsfeed. I hope these Faun pictures from my recent photoshoot with Leah Kelley Photography do just that! A HUGE thanks to Samhain Contact Lenses for the beautiful custom lenses! Also thanks to Aradani Studios - Fantasy Artwork & Elf Ear Prosthetics for the awesome faun ears!
Also! If you like my work and would like to help me out, please take a moment to vote for my Maleficent costume so I can win the Ohio Comic Con contest! Thank you so much!!! http://woobox.com/89yrwh/vote/for/4964588
Headpieces and other costume accessories designed by Rob Goodwin for the English National Ballet’s new production of Stravinsky’s Firebird - performed at the London Coliseum in March 2012 as part of their ‘Beyond Ballets Russes’ programme. The ballet was choreographed by George Williamson with designs by David Bamber - who is Design Director at Tom Ford. Photography: Diego Indraccolo - Ballerina: Ksenia Ovsyanick
She is living, breathing artwork!
Incredible. I couldn’t tell from the start if it was a faery-robot photoshoot or something else, turned out it was actual stage costumes, that’s amazing craftsmanship.
Two pictures from last weekend’s Larp event. I’ve had fun and I was lucky to survive once again!
To answer dk2891's question: I play Isa, an earth mage. I can turn my skin into stone, turn pebbles into boulders and throw them at my enemies, invoke powerful earthquakes, and many other things that rock (forgive me for that terrible pun). Isa can be reckless at times and she has quite a short fuse, but she will do whatever it takes to protect the ones and things she cares for.
I saw this step-by step tutorial of how to Gird Your Loins and it needed to be readjusted.
Am currently wearing a long skirt. Tested this, it’s legit.
Robe à l’anglaise | ca. 1780 | Colonial Williamsburg
This dress is cotton with silk embroidery - which just goes to show how spectacular an “average” material can become.