Blood Elf Heritage Armor

This was one of three cosplays I worked on from 2018 – 2019 that I brought with me to Germany.

Year: 2019
First debut: Gamescom 2019
Time spent: 4 months

Reference:

Official concept art by Natacha Nielsen for Blizzard’s World of Warcraft

Casual Photos

From Wondercon (Anaheim, California), Gamescom (Cologne, Germany) and Connichi (Kassel, Germany)

I first brought the unfinished cosplay to display at a booth with Matterhackers, to showcase 3d-printed PETG gems that I modeled and printed. I then wore this in front of my house for a quick little photo session to showcase the completed cosplay before I had shipped it off to Germany in advance for my upcoming summer 2019 trip. Gamescom was the first convention I fully wore the cosplay to, together with Shadowborder Cosplay, where he had tested and helped to improve my patterns for his own version.

Cosplay PDF Patterns

DIY Sewing Mask Tutorial

DIY Sewing Mask Tutorial

This is a modified version of the original tutorial credited here:HOW TO MAKE FACE MASK WITH FILTER POCKET AND ADJUSTABLE WIRE | SEWING TUTORIALI chose this pattern because I wanted: Easy straight cuts (instead of curved) for mass production with my workflow Masks...

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Cosplay Wing Harness Tutorial

Cosplay Wing Harness Tutorial

In this tutorial, I discuss how I attach removable wings to the body with a harness. Mercy from Overwatch has various skins where both an invisible or regular harness may need to be used to achieve that high "wing angle".  For both versions of these wings, I used the...

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PVC Pipe Reference Holder [Tutorial]

PVC Pipe Reference Holder [Tutorial]

Download the 3D Printable file here! I made this as a little tool to hold parts of common PVC pipe sizes used for cosplay from Home Depot. While not in my workshop, I needed a tangible and accurate representation of PVC pipes for 3d modeling with. At least...

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Printing a 1:1 Pattern [Tutorial]

Printing a 1:1 Pattern [Tutorial]

These instructions apply if you have purchased one of C'est La Sara patterns that do not need additional scaling! If the description states that the pattern is a 1:1 scale, please read these instructions carefully. This tutorial is also available in print version...

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