All sorts of things! The ones I’m having a hard time pleasing have me make laptop bags for them. The others are plus size clothing/cosplay bits and men’s accessories.
Side note - if anyone ever wants to commission me, I am totally open for it! Cosplay is my greatest love, but I can work with pretty much anything you need or desire at really great rates. Just message me and we can work something out through one of my shops so it’s all official!
This is my mother and father as Columbia and Dr. Frank N Furter. Must be in the blood…
From my ma’s facebook -
”And, speaking of cosplay, this is from Comic Con in San Diego, 1977…when it was affordable! It took forever to regrow my shaved eyebrows back. Too bad no one told me how to use a glue stick and foundation Missed the flight home so slept in the San Diego airport exactly how you see us here.”
The last three Disney films that starred POC were the Emperor’s New Groove in 2000, Brother Bear in 2003 and Princess and the Frog in 2009.
What did they have in common?
do you have other clients if you ditch that one? they sound like assholesOnly a couple temporary ones :/
Photographer: Eric Snell
Model: Knickie Duchatellier
Brooklyn, NY. Summer 2013
DO NOT REBLOG TO PORN BLOGS OF BLOGS WITH HIGH SEXUALLY EXPLICIT CONTENT! Thank you!
Omfg I am so ready to ditch one of my clients. They’re trying to guilt me into working straight through the holidays by saying ‘I guess if we know your schedule we can stop selling the stuff you make for us until you’re done with your break’. Are you for real? Then they go on to ask several times if I underestimated how long it takes to make this crap because they are selling it before I make it. GTFO with that shit!
Songs for getting in touch with your inner Tina, Louise, Gene, Linda, and/or Bob.
rookie, ya done good
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Will not be leaving this store without this #gpoy #fatshion #fatgothlifestylechoices
:D Oh man thank you so much!
The only difference between me and a madman is I’m not mad.
The various angles and pieces of my Sasha Kaidanovsky costume for Hal-Con 2013! My only regret is that my safety pins didn’t arrive so I could do up the eagle on the back the ways it’s meant to be. But there’s always next year!
Much thanks to:
My mother, for her support, sewing the fur collar onto my coat, and generally helping me get everything together.
My sister, for the makeup and photos.
The lovely Marcie (IIRC) of the Portland Headshoppe! She did a fabulous job lightening and styling my hair.
Despite a few bumps in the road, I had a great time this weekend at my first Hal-con and I’ll definitely be back there next year! Props to all the volunteers and guests who pulled it together and did their best to keep everything running. I really had a blast. :)
(And shout-out to the crier at the Jules Verne Phantastical Society booths on Saturday. You were awesome and hilarious and I should really have gotten a picture!)