Well that depends on the kind of cosplay. While I’m proud of my Loki cosplay I have limited experience and am better with prop making (I can’t sew for shit).
I guess, just be sure of your own skills. Try to start small, but if you want to go for something more ambitious, give yourself enough time and funds for the project. Also, research is key. Look up and save as many references as possible. If it’s a difficult project, find versions and methods that have been done before and find what works best for you. Trial and error was what I kept telling myself while making my Loki horns. More than likely you’ll need a lot of patience, and rushing never does anyone any good. Take your time and get things done right. Also keep in mind that large or complicated costumes can cost you an arm and a leg depending on the materials you need and how much.
Lady Loki. I don’t even know what Sigyn’s supposed to look like. Isn’t she blonde?
things I regret: not this
Actually yes that did happen once
Aww thanks! No need to be shy, I’m totally okay with people wanting photos so next time you see me feel free!
wow my eyes have been opened
well that’s misleading
oh my god thank you
:3 you too hun
I unfortunately don’t have any more photos to post than what’s already in this tag but there ya go.