Ever wanted to know how to make a Miraculous Ladybug yo-yo? Well, now you can with this tutorial! Read on to find out how!
Y’all heard me correctly. Cosplay clay. It’s a material completely made out of EVA foam. But with the properties of clay! After it dries with any shape you have decided to mold it into it has the properties of EVA foam. It’s probably one of the most helpful types of EVA to work with. But, just like every other material out there it’s not without its pitfalls that you have to work around.
Ever wondered how it would be like if you could dress in your cosplay and act out scenes from your favorite anime or make stories to different audios? And it would be as simple as using your phone to do it, no YouTube needed? Well for a few years now, there has been an app created where you can do exactly that. Granted, at first, it was named Musicaly, but now several hundred—no thousand people know it as Tik Tok.
Hey everyone and welcome to this week’s What The *Bleep* Am I Doing?! Albeit a few days late, but better late than never as I always say! Anyhoo, for this week’s article, I’m going to be starting in on talking about Cosplay Makeup! So, it will be a bit of a series if you will. Kind of like how I did for explaining EVA Foam. First off, we’ll be discussing the ever-confusing terms that come along in the world of cosplay makeup and a quick and dirty run-through of how to get started with each and every one of them! I know I was put through a loop when I first started out. So, let’s get started, shall we?
Hi my wonderful little Rebels and welcome to this week’s What The Bleep Am I Doing?! An Artist’s Guide To All Things Creative! This week I’ll be talking about the pro’s and con’s of one of the handy dandy materials for cosplayers. That’s right, I’m talking about the thermoplastic that all cosplayers have a love/hate relationship with: Worbla! So let’s get started shall we?
Cover image from Worbla Website
Ever wondered what in the world a tool that you use for your artistic trade does but everything you’ve looked up makes absolutely no sense and you’re ready to chuck the stupid thing across the room? Yea, I’ve been there too. Heck, everyone’s been there one or two times. But worry not my frustrated friend. I’m here to give you a simple breakdown of many different tools so you’ll come away from this article having a good basic idea of what your tools do and what you can use them for. So read on my friends!
Hey everyone, welcome to my new series: What the bleep am I doing?! An Artist’s guide to all things creative. Basically, this entire article series/blog category is for everyone to find tips and info on everything that they may be either confused on, don’t know how to go about, or really don’t know what the bleep they are doing. I decided to create this series because when I was just a beginning writer, cosplayer, creator in general I literally had no idea what I was doing. I still have a lot of times where I frankly have no clue. So, to help that confusion and frustration, I am going to start writing these articles on everything I learned and info on what I wish I knew when I first started taking on different projects. Because who doesn’t need a helping hand every now and then? So, let’s get started with the very first article for this category! EVA Foam! Part one. Because let’s face it, there is a lot to know about this material. Annnd if I just used one article to describe it, it would be way too long. So, on we go!
Ever wanted to learn how to make Axel from Kingdom Hearts chakrams? Read this to find out!
Ever wanted to make a sword from your favorite anime–like Demon Slayer, but didn’t know how? Well here’s the tutorial for you my little Rebel!
Hey everyone and welcome to the first installment of Rebellious Tutorials! Today I’ll be discussing what this magical thing called Worbla is and its magnificent uses! Or another term for it I suppose is, thermoplastic if you want to get down to the nitty-gritty of it term wise. So let’s get this tutorial started shall we? I’m sure all of you fellow cosplayers are just dying to know how to use this sucker. I know when I was a beginner with Worbla, something like this would have been helpful. Anyways! Let’s get started!