Hey everyone! And welcome to this week’s Rebellious Review! This time I’m going to be reviewing the movie Raya and the Last Dragon. Seeing that it has finally become available for free on Disney Plus. I was so excited to see it become available and it has quickly become one of my favorites to watch. So let’s begin shall we?
day late but better late than never as I always like to say. This week’s topic is going to be about something that hits close to home with a lot of us cosplayers and any crafter/creator in general–Having confidence in your craft. This topic is especially important when it comes to starting out or just everyday in general. It’s what keeps you going when you’re low and feel like you’re not getting anywhere. So let’s get going eh?
Hey everyone and welcome to other Rebellious Reviews! This time I will be reviewing the newest movie that Disney has graced us with: Cruella. The backstory of one of Disney’s most infamous villainess’. And boy oh boy was this a ride. I can only describe it has the legend Tony Stark has once said. “Drop your socks and put on your crocks we’re about to get wet on this ride.” So let’s get to it shall we?
First, after you gather all of your materials and get everything set up—if you’re like me, everything is gonna be spread out in nice little piles before you. Anyways, once you have the stuff get your pattern and start tracing all of the patterns out on to the foam. Making sure that you mirror the parts that need to be mirrored and mark which piece is which too, so you don’t get confused. Then cut them out with your exacto knife.
You clench and unclench your fists as you stride through the striking black, white, and red marbled halls of House of De’Vil. Yup you, an aspiring costume designer had a job at the biggest fashion designer company in London. In all of England really. But that came at the price of working for the most agitating, bullheaded, indescribably egotistical, diva-like man in the entire universe. The one and only Cruello De-Vil.
Cover photo by SakamiChan
Hey guys and welcome to this week’s What the Bleep am I Doing?! This time I’m going to be helping y’all out with managing all of those awesome projects we end up doing as creators. We all know time management and finding out how manage your entire project in general can be stressful and sometimes overwhelming. So, I created this week’s WTB with the intent to help anyone who is struggling with such matters. So, let’s get to it shall we?
Hey guys! Welcome to this week’s Rebellious Reviews! This time I’m going to be reviewing the Demon Slayer movie. No worries though, I won’t spoil anything—at least not on purpose eheh. Well then! Let’s get to it shall we?
Hey guys and welcome to this week’s What the Bleep Am I Doing? Rebel’s Guide To: This week I’ll be talking about how to design/wigs. This will be part one of quite a few—because let’s be honest here, there is a lot to cover when it comes to styling wigs so it will have to span a few articles to get all of the tips in there eheh. So, let’s start out with the first couple of things I’ve learned when it comes to styling wigs. So, without further ado, let’s get going!
Hey everyone! Welcome to this week’s What the Bleep am I Doing?! This time I’m going to be talking about this new material I’ve come across that is actually quite easy to use and very useful and fun! I’m talking about Color Pour Resin. Basically, it’s the material that can be used to make silicone molds for resin projects, hot glue projects, or really anything that requires a mold. It’s pretty cool! So here, I’ll explain what exactly it is and how you can make use of it! Even for cosplay too. So, let’s get started, shall we?
Hey guys, it’s been a while hasn’t it? Well, I’m back at it again! This time I’m going to be reviewing the newest game Nintendo has brought to the Pokémon fandom: New Pokémon Snap. At first I was a bit skeptical to try it, but I’m glad I did. Especially since I have a bit of a bias to photography. So, let’s get to it shall we?
Hey everyone! Welcome to another What the Bleep am I Doing?! This time I’m going to be following up on last Wednesday’s subject of Cosplay Posing. But, instead of talking about posing, I will be talking about the art of photography for cosplay itself. Because not only is it important to know what to do in front of the camera but behind it as well! Plus, it can be pretty fun to be able to know how to do both. So let’s get started, shall we?
Posing is the thing that really brings your character to life in your photos. It shows them off and makes them pop off the page so to speak. Especially if the cosplayer embodies the character well.