The way you make a personality of an Antagonist is not unlike how you work on the Protagonist. They must also stick out, but for a severely different reason. There are so many ways you can play up the Antagonist. From making them just pure evil from the get-go, or my favorite method—having them go down the path of corruption bit by bit until they are completely trapped and have no other option. This also gives them a lot of depth too.
Hey guys, welcome to this week’s What the Bleep Am I Doing?! Rebel’s Guide To: This time I’m going to be sharing some tips on making a good protagonist for your story. Specifically the main protagonist. About time I give a WTB on a writing subject again eh? Well, let’s get started with it, shall we?
Hey everyone! Welcome to this week’s What the Bleep Am I Doing?! A Rebel’s Guide To… Last time I talked about making details for armor with Worbla which you can find the article here if you want to check it out. For this week though, I’m going to go a little bit deeper into working with this material. There’s a lot to cover when it comes to Worbla so this will surely have multiple parts but let’s start off with part one, shall we?
Hey guys! Welcome to this week’s What the Bleep Am I Doing?! Rebel’s Guide To…This time I’m going to be talking about creating details on your projects with Worbla! At first, it may seem hard but once you get the hang of it, you can do it and make pretty sweet designs! So, let’s get right down to it eh? I’m sure I wasn’t the only one who struggled with this so I’m more than happy to provide some insight to make creating that much easier. Without further ado, let’s go!
Hey everyone, welcome to this week’s What the Bleep am I Doing?! A Rebel’s Guide to… This week I’ll be covering something that, in general, should be common sense, but unfortunately a lot of us—myself included at times overlook it. I’m talking about Project Safety. Making sure you don’t hurt yourself when you work on things varying from EVA foam, hot glue, even wood, and metalworking. So let’s get started, 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 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 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 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.
Hey everyone! Welcome to this week’s Rebellious Top Ten! This week, I polled all my social media outlets on what would they say their favorite video games are to play when they need a little pick me up! So let’s get to it shall we?