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1  Re: Right Fabrics for Cosplay Costumes in Costumes: Discussion and Questions by cottonmouth on: June 26, 2011 02:05:35 AM
This one's sort of a dressy type of costume..

it's similar to ero loli clothing. I'm thinking of shiney resin pendants for the accessories/blue hearts..Also can I use the same type of fabric I should be using in the nurse costume for the gloves or should I go for something different?

Here's the glossy/fitted one..

Not so much shine though it's fitted and rubbery though that's probably how the figurine shows it but I'm betting that it would still look good in live flesh..
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2  Re: BJD: Creepy-Ass Japanese Dolls! in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Discussion and Questions by cottonmouth on: June 18, 2011 07:29:22 PM
I am a huge HUGE fan of BJDs. If I had the money I wouldn't mind collecting a dozen of 'em or even filling up a room just for them, haha.  Grin

I would seriously love to see a BJD artist in craftster.org so I have someone to inquire on how to go about making these. They're really beautiful. My favorite BJD artist has to be Marina Bychkova at EnchantedDoll, her works on the dolls' facial features, accessories, clothes are just drop dead gorgeous and so tediously detailed. They're also quite a luxury, a piece sold on ebay for around $12,000 (I think)

This one is titled "Cinderella" you can see a lot of her works on her site.

P.S. sorry to bring this old thread, just wanted to share my enthusiasm for these dolls.
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3  Crystal infused Skull Ring in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by cottonmouth on: June 18, 2011 07:09:57 PM
This was one of my first jewelry design that I've made. So it's kind of an old work; made it last year. Materials used are polymer clay, crystals, mica powder for color and an adjustable ring.

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