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Cosplay Convention Emergency PackMama Jay’s cosplay con pack!Cosplay Convention Emergency Pack by xclaux
We’ve all seen or heard of those horror stories at cons. A wig getting extremely knotty, a costume ripping, a prop snapping. I’m here to try and help with that. Here are some essential things you can take to any con to prevent tears.
~A few safety pins. At my first con, the buttonhole on my skirt ripped right open, and I was left flashing all the other Homestuck cosplayers in the vincinity (including the person who would later be my boyfriend, and two of my exes). Yay. Thank the dear lord I had a safety pin in my bag, just floating around. I hadn’t even intended to have it in there, thank god I did though.
~A comb. For both your wig, and your natural hair. If you’re on the show floor of a con, or outside, your wig could get pretty knotty. Just step away every couple hours to comb out any knots you’re getting. About halfway through a con, I would recommend stepping away for a few moments to take your wig and wig net off an
A Beginner's Guide to Airbrushing Body PaintA lot of people have asked me about body painting, so I thought I’d go ahead and post what I know and can tell people, and also for easy access in the future. I’d like to start off by saying I consider myself an amateur, and that I have no formal training, but I like to pretend that I know what I’m doing. Everything I know is self taught and learned in a nonprofessional setting. This is going to be a very basic overview of airbrushing, what it is, and how to do it. Below is the experience I have to share with you. (And just a fair warning,this is 13 pages long in Microsoft Word. )A Beginner's Guide to Airbrushing Body Paint by Darth-Sunshine
First of all, here are some useful links. I’ll be referring to these in this guide.
Pam’s Twi’lek Body Paint Guide - http://chucrew.com/Twilek/bodypaint.html I strongly recommend reading this. I learned most of this from her!
Pam’s Twi’lek Forum -http://chucrew.com/TwilekCelebration/index.ph