Are you ready to bring your original Zabrak character from Star Wars to life? One of the most important parts of your costume will be the horns. In this tutorial, I will show you how to apply cosplay horns to your head securely and comfortably. I will also provide some tips on using makeup or bodypaint to blend the horns into your skin and complete the look so they look as real as can be. So whether you are a beginner or a seasoned cosplayer, this tutorial is for you!
Eventually, you outgrow that starter gear, and then it’s time to look at upgrading your bodypainting arsenal. And in this tutorial, we’re gonna talk a bit about what gear I’ve fallen in love with, that both save me precious time as well as make sure my paints come out looking fantastic.
There are dozens of bodypaint brands out there, and some are applied with a brush, some a sponge, and others only with an airbrush. Today we’re going to focus on the airbrush brands, as airbrushing will generally give you the best finish and longest lasting wear time. Both extremely important things for a cosplayer spending all day at a convention!
One of the most common questions I get is how to get started with Bodypainting. There are so many choices for air brushes, and then air compressors are never well explained as to their benefits! So here’s a quick guide to some of the equipment I’ve used over the years, why I still love them, and why I would absolutely recommend them to a beginner.
Mileena is a popular character from the Mortal Kombat fighting game franchise. She is known for her sharp teeth, which are a result of her Tarkatan heritage. If you are cosplaying as Mileena, you will need to apply a teeth prosthetic to your mouth. In this tutorial, I will show you how to apply Mileena’s…
Worbla is a popular thermoplastic that is often used by cosplayers to create armor, props, and other accessories. However, Worbla can be expensive and difficult to find. There are a number of alternatives to Worbla that are more affordable and easier to work with.
When creating a cosplay costume, it is often necessary to use glue to attach prosthetics, makeup, or other accessories to the skin. However, not all glues are safe to use on the skin. Some glues can cause allergic reactions, irritation, or even burns.
Latex props are a great way to add realism and detail to your cosplay costumes. However, painting latex can be tricky, as the material is flexible and can crack if the paint is not applied correctly. In this tutorial, I will show you how to paint latex props so that they look professional and last for years to come.