If I were making a Tsubaki wig, I’d personally stub and style it myself to make it as accurate as possible.
If it’s your first time stubbing a wig and you’re nervous about ruining a high-quality wig, now’s the perfect season to stock up on cheap party wigs from your local Halloween store! You can use those to practice on before stubbing the actual wig you’re using for your costume.
Literally my relationship with my Sheriff Caitlyn costume. Every time I work through one problem, I run into three more. It’s really disheartening, but I’ve come this far with it, so it’d be a waste to just give up now. I’ve been working on it for over a year and a half… but it’ll get done……. eventually……..
I didn’t drape my jacket, since it’s a very structured garment and required more precise patterning. I have a post with tutorials on pattern drafting (as well as a guide to draping) here!
Some Fawn selfies from a local farm event I volunteered at today. (Of course, minus the wings because I hadn’t put them on yet, and with a leotard because it was so cold!) I didn’t realize how much I’ve missed cosplaying as Fawn until finally putting on the new outfit of hers I recently finished - it was such a great feeling to be her again!
Try asking Larina herself! :D
I’m currently working on my Batgirl 2014 costume - you can see progress photos on my Instagram! So far for the jacket, I custom-drafted a pattern and have sewn the lining and outer shell, along with inserting the bat emblem to the front panels. I’m using 2-way stretch pleather for the purple and a thick non-stretch pleather for the emblem.