With Halloween and Nekocon coming up in a month, I’ve been working on finishing up my Link’s Awakening costume and props. For those not familiar with Link’s Awakening, the Seashell Sword is a replacement for the regular sword that you start the game with. It’s essentially the equivalent of the Master Sword in most of the other Legend of Zelda games, and also bears a resemblance to them, as shown in this image from the Link’s Awakening concept art:
I made a Fallout 3 cosplay, complete with PipBoy 3000! Continue reading Fallout 3 Lone Wanderer Cosplay
While I am not crazy about the Dwarven Armor, or the design of the axe or mace from the same collection, the various Dwarven swords are my favorite weapons from The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim. Also, being generally polygonal in their detail work, and overall symmetrical, this seemed like a project that would go well. Continue reading Dwarven Greatsword
In November of 2015, my friend Phoenix Azura and I competed in the Masquerade at Nekocon and took home the Best in Journeyman Class award, in spite of the fact that we had entered as beginners! Continue reading Tales of Symphonia: Best in Journeyman Class at Nekocon 2015
In addition to our Tales of Symphonia cosplays, for which we won Best In Journeyman Class at Nekocon, Azura Phoenix and I also cosplayed as Mabel and Dipper Pines from on of my favorite shows, Gravity Falls. Continue reading Dipper Pines Cosplay at Nekocon 2015
For Halloween 2015, I attended a party as a thief, in a costume based off of The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim. I had fun and got a few laughs for my typically failed “sneaking” attempts.
My mom challenged me (asked me) to make her a dragon costume for Mother’s Day. Continue reading Dragon Mom!
A costume I made of one of my favorite video game characters. Continue reading Lloyd Irving Cosplay
I worked on a number of creative projects for a wedding during 2013-2014. Continue reading Wedding