Code Geass: Lelouch vi Britannia / C.C. (CLAMP DVD cover kimonos)
Cosplay and costumes by us

Photo by hybridre ( ) editing by us

Not ashamed to say that we are VERY proud of this costume and the complicated obi :3

More of our cosplays:


Reiner Braun and Bertholdt Fubar swimsuit ver.


The last two are reminding me of something…




setting realistic goals for your future

#im going to impreganate the statue of liberty

Okay we officially need a third movie now.

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遠坂凛 - UBW
Fall 2014



Official art for Levi's Mens Hdge figure by Union Creative

(Adding a shot of the figure, in case you forgot which one)

SEXY! Reblogging for future cosplay reference!


That shit got serious quick

This kinda reminded me of Naoki Urusawa’s Monster.

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We’ve been asked a lot about how we made boot covers for our Satsuki cosplay, so we decided to scrap together the (unfortunately) few photos we’ve made during the process and try to say something helpful about it.

First thing first: There are many ways for making boot covers, but what’s really vital for Satsuki’s boots is the right fabric choice. I highly suggest looking for a fabric with nice stretch, so that in the end it wraps tightly around your legs, kinda like a stocking. This is a rare case where I absolutely wouldn’t recommend leather for boots, it’s usually too thick of a material for this job. 

I would love to tell you what the fabric we used is called, but I honestly don’t know T.T Some weird glossy synthetic with a touch of rubber, or so it seems. It could be possible to find something of this kind in a place that sells fabric for theatre or carnival costumes.

Now to the making process. My preferred method for boot covers uses duct tape. For Satsuki it went down as following: 

1. Tightly wrap your base shoe with something (e.g. newspaper, cellophane etc) to prevent damage and then cover it with duct tape

2. Cut the duct tape off your shoe as you can see in the photo – and now you’ve already got your pattern for the shoe itself. You can just go and use it on your fabric – go for it.

3. Now for the boot-leg you could either (1) cover your own leg in cellophane and do the same thing with duct tape (I don’t do this, but why the hell not) or (2) just fetch a measuring tape and get down the measurements for the desired length + leg girth on the widest and the slimmest part of your leg

4. Get your boot-leg on paper and adjust it to your leg again if you used the method (2). Don’t forget that now that you’re using a fabric with lots of stretch you’ll have to adjust your boot-leg again anyway to sit really tight ;)

5. Cut the fabric for your boot-leg out (1 boot-leg consists of 2 parts – right and left), sew the two parts together along the front seam, NOT the back seam for now. 

6. Connect your boot-leg with the shoe-part that you’ve already completed after step 2 (if not, now’s the time)

7. Now you should do the long blue line that covers the front seam of Satsuki’s boots. IMPORTANT: the fabric you use for the blue parts MUST have approximately the same amount of stretch as your white fabric. Otherwise it’ll screw the whole thing up. 

8. After getting through all of this you’ll have to fit the boot-leg to your leg - now for real, on actual fabric. Here I don’t think you’ll get by without someone who lends you a hand. Fetch someone and let them pin down the back line of your boot-leg while you’re wearing your boot cover. Be sure to get it as tight as possible.

9. Now sew your boot-leg together along the back seam. Try it on again, adjust if needed.

10. There’s still the blue line on the back that you should get to after you’re completely satisfied with how your boot-leg fits. You’ll probably need to sew the line on by hand. After that, complete the blue line around the upper part of the boot-leg

11. Don’t forget to add a holder so your boot covers don’t “jump up” from the base shoe. The easiest way is to close your boot covers under the hill of your shoe, e.g. using velcro

PS: With the right fabric you won’t need a zipper, so that’s a big plus in this otherwise annoying work that is Satsuki’s shoes :D

I hope that was at least somewhat comprehensive. Again: CHOOSE YOUR FABRIC WISELY and you’ll get it done.

Our Kill la Kill cosplay progress:

Ready Kill la Kill cosplays on our cosplay tag :3

Over 3500 reblogs! Thanks! ;_; 

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Fullmetal Alchemist » Jean Havoc + lack of luck in romantic relationship


SuperGroupies exclusive tunic dress and bracelet. Official Code Geass wear.


Official?! Oh jeez! The tunic is so weird and not flattering at all. Lelouch’s taste at it’s best! Still, I like the bracelet.

young lin in old wounds

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We finally bought this beauty. We may be skilled in sewing, but not making props. It took us many attempts to recreate Zero’s mask and every single time… it was not… very nice. So after 5+ years of trying we just decided to buy it. NO REGRETS.

PS: You can see our cosplay on the tag:



From the SNK mobile phone game!!!!