42 posts tagged wonder woman
42 posts tagged wonder woman
Open for a limited time: Charitable Cosplay Shop
Another bit of exciting news!
I’m frequently asked if I sell prints of my cosplay work. I don’t. From a personal perspective I’d rather keep my hobby just that, and not feel bogged down by blurring the lines and running a business.
However, I think I’ve found a happy medium! After coordinating with the many talented photographers I’ve worked with over the years, I’ve opened a limited shop with prints to benefit charity - specifically The Trevor Project. Please read the FAQ for more info on how the donation will be made, but note that all proceeds will make there way to the selected charity. I will not be making a profit from this store.
The shop must close on March 10 - I need enough time to fulfill orders before I leave for Dublin in April. All prints 8x10 and buy 4, get 1 free. Please indicate in the buyer’s notes if you’d like them signed or personalized - I don’t want to scribble all over the art unless it’s what you’re looking for!
I’d much appreciate help spreading the word so we can make a big donation! As always, thanks for the support!
Behind-The-Scenes With Project: Lex
Spent this weekend down in LA shooting Project: LEX with the most incredibly talented group of costumers, prop makers, and artists I’ve ever worked with. Here are a handful of phone snaps from this weekend - the final result will be stunning photos inspired by DC Universe Online by Adam Jay.
Can’t wait to share the final images once Adam has worked (more) magic!
Charity Art Auctions: Warrior Wonder Woman and Steampunk Lara Croft Bundles
Hello everyone! I’ve just listed two original art bundles on eBay to support a pair of great causes.
The first is an original Steampunk Lara Croft art bundle on to benefit the Mercy Corps and their work aiding Typhoon Haiyan survivors. The second bundle features original Warrior Wonder Woman art to benefit the American Red Cross and those displaced by the recent tornados across the Midwest.
Both packages feature a polished color illustration and concept sketch from the immensely talented Tess Fowler, as well as a signed cosplay photo of myself in the ensemble she inspired.
Check out the links for more details on the auctions, and let me know if you’ve got any questions about the art!
I’d super appreciate any reblogs you can spare - I’d like to get the word out there and nab a sizable donation for each piece!
Themyscira: Returning Home
After dreaming about bringing Warrior Wonder Woman to life for years, this shoot at the Palace of Fine Arts feels like the zenith of the project. The setting was perfect, the weather beautiful, and the photographer - Andrew Ho - incredibly talented. I actually felt like an Amazon at home on Themyscira.
You can read my costume construction notes for Warrior Wonder Woman here.
Warrior Wonder Woman - From Concept to Completion
I’ve finally polished off my costume construction notes for Warrior Wonder Woman! Above is a taste of some of the process involved, including my collaboration with the talented Tess Fowler on the character concept.
Click photos for captions, or read all of my notes here! :D
New Warrior Wonder Woman photo by SGH PhotoArt! :D
Another Atomic Wonder Woman shot by Martin Wong!
Atomic Wonder Woman by Martin Wong
Martin Wong is an incredibly talented photographer! I had the pleasure of shooting my Atomic Wonder Woman costume with him this weekend, and am super happy with this shot. I love his trademark lighting and attention to detail. :)
You can read my costume construction notes here.
Here’s a teaser from my Warrior Wonder Woman shoot with LJinto! I should have more up next week. You can find a few additional show floor photos here! :D
SDCC Showcase: Atomic Wonder Woman
Ready, set, ATOMIC! I instantly fell in love with Atomic Wonder Woman’s design when this statue was revealed. Although a few people didn’t recognize who I was without help from the belt buckle, this costume was received really well at SDCC. And it was super comfortable!
I’ll do a comprehensive blog with construction notes at a later date, but the majority of the armor is made from Worbla and EVA foam. The concrete is expandable insulation foam coated with textured spray paint. You can check out some of my progress photos here!
Overall I’m really happy with how this costume turned out. I’m going to make a few small adjustments before I wear it again, like taking in the top so it fits better.
Thank you to the awesome photographers below for helping me capture Atomic Wonder Woman!