cosplayleague:

The Photo of gorecorekitty as Pacific Rim’s Mako Mori has been one of our most popular entries and we’re incredibly excited to bring you even more photos of the copilot of Gypsy Danger!

Photos 1-4 by Manny Llanura
Photo 5 by Jason

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silkpanties:

contagiouscostuming:

Prince Robot IV in action!Costume by ContagiousVideo Footage by Distractotron

silkpanties:

contagiouscostuming:

Prince Robot IV in action!

Costume by Contagious
Video Footage by Distractotron

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katiemcleanblr:

Michaela Petro as Maladict in Lifeline Theatre’s adaptation of Terry Pratchett’s Monstrous Regiment.

katiemcleanblr:

Michaela Petro as Maladict in Lifeline Theatre’s adaptation of Terry Pratchett’s Monstrous Regiment.

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every-body-can-cosplay:

Wonder Woman

every-body-can-cosplay:

Wonder Woman

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kamuicosplay:

Want to make some badass props and have no idea how? Check out my new prop making book for only 5$!

http://kamuicosplay.storenvy.com/

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flagdemoness:


"…Big summer blowout."Oaken from Frozen

OH
MY
GOD

flagdemoness:

"…Big summer blowout."

Oaken from Frozen

OH

MY

GOD

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sixpenceee:

One of the most impressive zombie cosplays I have ever seen, and the man behind this is Josef Rarach. 

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lowbudgetbeasts:


Some fine work was put into this low-budget Beast ensemble- complete with a chin resembling testicles and a Belle I’m not convinced isn’t a cardboard cutout.


I’m thrilled that this is a blog that exists.

lowbudgetbeasts:

Some fine work was put into this low-budget Beast ensemble- complete with a chin resembling testicles and a Belle I’m not convinced isn’t a cardboard cutout.

I’m thrilled that this is a blog that exists.

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: “Joe [Wright] just told me: ‘You better make it good because it’s really significant.’ So, I felt very worried that it wouldn’t be good enough and I just made it and I thought, ‘Well, it’s kind of OK.’ Someone asked me before ‘What makes a costume iconic?’ It’s really only partly the costume designer. It’s really about Keira wearing it, at that moment, looking the way she does. The way that it’s framed. How Joe uses it. How it fits in the story. All those things make it something… It’s made to be at that moment in the movie, and its greatness comes from all those elements at the same time. I didn’t know it would be so good, you can’t know!”Jacqueline Durran, costume designer for Atonement (2007).

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