New Social Channels


I’ve toyed with the idea of putting together “official” cosplay pages for a while, and I’ve finally done it! I now have a Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr and Facebook dedicated to my cosplay content. That way, you can follow on your favorite platform to see what I’m up to before I take the time to writer these blog posts. Here’s what you’ll see on each:

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How to Make Bias Tape

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I normally purchase bias tape, but I decided to make it for my Wii U Link cosplay – Joann doesn’t carry linen tape, and I was using that fabric to make Link’s undershirt. Fortunately, bias tape is actually easy to make. In case you want to save some money or ensure your tape matches your garment, here’s how to do it:

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GenCon 2015 Panel Notes

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This is me cosplaying as Marceline (more photos to come) at GenCon, a gaming convention in Indianapolis.

And today, my friend and I are presenting at a panel. Our topic: Cosplay, Styling and the Geek-Chic Aesthetic. It’s all about everyday cosplay, what it shares in common with fashion and how it fills social needs. It’s today at 3 p.m., for anyone reading who is at the con.

I’m feeling pretty confident about our presentation, so it’s sure to be a good time! For anyone who wants notes or the slides to check out at home, here’s our presentation. I tried to embed it in my post, but the code wasn’t working. If I can figure it out, I’ll go back and add it to this post.

On its own, the slideshow may not make a ton of sense, so here are my Panel Notes in PDF format.