Hi there, I think your cosplay is really awesome. I work as a co-editor for capedcrusades.com/ another Fansided.com site. It's a website dedicated to all things Batman and I would like to use your cosplay for our cosplay fo the week post. We would of course give you full credit for the costume in the post. My email is email@example.com let me know if you're interested in letting us post your cosplay. If interested let me know what name you would like me to credit and any websites you would like me to link to.
Yeah, of course! Please send me a link to the post, also. I'd love to check it out. My name is Miles Yagami and my websites are Kay-sama.deviantart.com, instagram.com/milesyagami, and facebook.com/miles.yagami. Please also credit my photographer, Hollie Green. Her websites are sniperplushie.deviantart.com, and instagram/sniperplushie.
Here is the link to the article I wrote about your Red Hood cosplay, capedcrusades.com/2014/08/18/r… let me know what you think. Thanks for letting me share it with my fans, I would love to share more of your Batman character cosplay soon.
Thank you so much! I'm happy to hear you like it, so much. ^^
Yeah, no problem! I'm happy to help with anything you might need.
With the method I used, it's a little echoy...but, it's easy enough to hear things around you.
It's kind of hard for people to hear you, though. My wife says it muffles my voice quite a bit.
As for breathing, I have no problems at all. It just tends to get a little moist inside the helmet from breath. Which is the main reason I decided against doing actual lenses (knowing they would get foggy).
The eyes are simply done with fine tool fabric which I glued into the eye holes. It was the cheapest alternative I had readily available and I can still see through it and move my way through a convention hall without having too much trouble.
There's no peripheral vision, mind you...but, I can see fairly well, otherwise.
Thank you! Sorry I took so long to respond, I just had to keep this in my inbox until I got the materials lol
I'm actually trying to make the mask entirely out of craft foam. I plan to make a kind of ski mask out of spandex and then gluing the helmet foam parts onto it. Do you have any suggestions? I'm asking you since you're basically a pro cosplayer lol
Please do! I'd love to see the results. I've seen someone do a similar tactic only with paper mache in place of foam for their little brother. It seemed to work pretty well. Please send me a link of the finished cowl and if you could share how you did it, that would be awesome too.
But it's very feasible I think. I managed to do the lower mouth part of the mask fine, but getting the curve of the head was the hard part. I tried to squeeze the whole project into one night, which was a huge mistake. I should've gotten a zipper so the foam pieces could fit around my head, and some wire to make curving it easier. With this, plus a few layers of spray paint, I think it could still work. I'll keep working on it and keep you updated.
I actually got it from a video on Youtube. There's a guy that can replicate Mark Hamill's Joker PER.FECT.LY. And he made a parody video of that scene in Under the Red Hood. www.youtube.com/watch?v=C0YA48…
Really? I know the feeling. Though, lately I've been working on various art projects. One of them coloring in that SUperboy/Supergirl pic. I'm nearly done with Supergirl but the background is what's really tricky.
He wears quite a few pants. In this version, it just happens to be gray-blue to black jeans. in others, he has cargos.
I do have replica guns, and I did wear on of them for this soot, but finding a public place in which people don't mind you brandishing a weapon, fake or not, is nearly impossible. In most shoots where this is done or even doable, its either.rented or convention property.
This was on a pre-reg day, in a fairly populated area, outside of a ritzy hotel. So, I wasn't able to get too many shots with my guns.