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GALLERY: Yennefer of Vengerberg Witcher 3 DLC

Yennefer from the Witcher 3Cosplay and costume: Raven Star Cosplaywww.facebook.com/ravenstarcosplayPhotography: Miradelwww.facebook.com/miradel.sDO NOT REMOVE CAPTIONS! Yennefer from the Witcher 3 Cosplay and costume: Raven Star Cosplay www.facebook.com/ravenstarcosplay Photography: Miradel www.facebook.com/miradel.s DO NOT REMOVE CAPTIONS! Yennefer from the Witcher 3 Cosplay and costume: Raven Star Cosplay www.facebook.com/ravenstarcosplay Photography: Miradel www.facebook.com/miradel.s DO NOT REMOVE CAPTIONS! Yennefer from the Witcher 3 Cosplay and costume: Raven Star Cosplay www.facebook.com/ravenstarcosplay Photography: Miradel www.facebook.com/miradel.s DO NOT REMOVE CAPTIONS! Yennefer from the Witcher 3 Cosplay and costume: Raven Star Cosplay www.facebook.com/ravenstarcosplay Photography: Miradel www.facebook.com/miradel.s DO NOT REMOVE CAPTIONS! Yennefer from the Witcher 3 Cosplay and costume: Raven Star Cosplay www.facebook.com/ravenstarcosplay Photography: Miradel www.facebook.com/miradel.s DO NOT REMOVE CAPTIONS!

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Aloy skirt tutorial – Part 1: Flaps!

Hi guys! I’ve decided to chronicle my journey making Aloy’s costume from Horizon Zero Dawn. Today, I’ll be going over how I made the base flaps for her skirt! MATERIALS First of all, picking materials is quite a big step for this one. I wanted this costume to be as authentic as possible. In addition, I was eager for a chance to work with genuine hide. In the cosplay guide, Guerrilla Games specifies that her skirt is made from panels of hide that are embellished with simple fabrics. I decided to go for suede. You can either buy pigskin or cow suede. I believe mine is made from cows (I forgot to ask when I bought it), simply because it’s a bit too thick and sturdy to be pigskin. I personally think using real hide gives you the best results, but I’ll list the pro’s and cons here for your reading pleasure. 😉 Pro’s: It looks freaking great The added weight makes sure the flaps ‘hang’ believeably Authenticity Fabric is most likely too thin to successfully emulate this look Cons: It’s harder to sew (cow hide is practically impossible to sew by hand without a hole puncher and steel robotic fingers) It’s harder to find a vegan / animal friendly option Cost (it’s more expensive) Other materials used: dark blue linnen/cotton blend, light blue linnen/cotton blend A heavy duty sewing machine (if you use real, tough suede, this is a MUST). I used my mum’s old Lotus 1000 from the…

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