>Pre-order Stormtrooper armor from a company back in April for a price too good to pass up >Expected delivery date shifts from December to this month >Small local con is in 3 weeks >Company says they're hopeful to send out the first batch sometime mid January >Really hoping it arrives before the con at least a week before so I can put it all together before then >Have actually had dreams... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
i want to leave my community and become a lone lolita. the ones in my community i thought were my friends turned out to be backstabbing bitches and tried to turn more girls against me so i cant trust them. even though its a big city it feels like its the regulars who hate me and i dont know why they're doing this. i havent gone to any meets in months because i dont want to see them but its annoying because i want to wear my dresses out. i just dont like wearing them alone because of all the questions i get. theres another community but its 3-4 hours away, but they seem... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I live in kind of a weird area, all of the closest comms to me are 2.5-3 hours away. I personally think it's kinda far to drive by myself with my busy schedule. Is this a normal amount of time to travel for a comm? I was kind of thinking trying to start a comm closer to where I live, but I don't want to be seen as a special snowflake. What do I do? Anyone I know in irl that is into Lolita is in these far away comms.
I'm techicilly in two different comms, but i mostly go to one over the other. Not saying i like that comm more, i've just made more friends in the another comm. My home comm is sweet and accepting(so is 2ndcomm) but i don't really connect that much with the girls though.
Hi, everyone! I'll be frank; I'd really like to start up a lifestyle blog or Youtube channel. I think deep down a lot of us would like to have someplace that we can share our outfit collections or merch. However I'm not really sure where to start.
Let's have a discussion about kawaii bloggers and Youtubers! I'd like to use kawaii as an umbrella term, so anything /cgl/ related really. What do you look for when you subscribe to blogger? What do you find entertaining? Who are your favorite bloggers and Youtubers?
*hugs* finally an anon who gets me. I'm totally there with you but I find it difficult to really get motivated. You need to be constantly finding and thinking of new things, buying new crap and of course have a kawaii blogger room. > no money for that shit.
How do you feel about cosplayers who hand out stuff to people they approach or who interact with them? Have you ever done it?
I've seen cosplayers do it with flowers before. I was going to hand out something to people who approached me in cosplay (I'm not going to personally approach anyone), but I'm curious what people think of this.
one no-face gave me a chocolate coin when I was waiting in line for the cosplay competition and said "You're almost there!" It was so sweet that I'm planning on handing out little pieces of paper that say nice things if someone comes up to me. Just like a little piece of paper like one in a fortune cookie with a saying like "you can do it!" or "you are beautiful" or something.
the best instance of this i ever have and likely ever will witness is when me and my girlfriend saw two guys cosplaying as jesse and walter white and they looked SO CANON. so she yelled "yo, mr white!" from afar, as we were approaching them. we complimented their cosplays, and without saying anything, walter white just grins, pulls out a little baggie of blue rock candy, and hands it to my girlfriend. it was hilarious, i think she still has it somewhere
as for myself, i like to draw and make stickers of some of the characters from the series i'm cosplaying... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Once I saw an Okosan cosplayer and I gave them a tiny pudding cup jello candy. They gave me a heart sticker that said "Good End". I've gotten tiny presents and things at Holiday Matsuri before because people go all out for Christmas. One year there was a Santa Totoro who gave out tiny soot sprite bottle ornaments if you hugged him. I've had a Sableye gijinka give me a plastic jewel.... Honestly I love it. It's super lame but I cherish those dumb trinkets because they're nice memories.
Old thread >>8774114 Thread Guidelines: - cosplay and lolita welcome - please list your location and any shipping restrictions you have - leave contact info you actually check!
General buying and selling tips: - have feedback ready if you can - have proof pictures ready - always ship with tracking - never do a transaction with someone you're uncomfortable with - don't name & shame without contacting the buyer or seller first
Reposting from last thread! Selling this beautiful old school btssb jsk. This dress has full shirring and is made of a thick warm material. Comes with matching head bow. I cannot find the official name of the dress but the measurements appear to be as follows Bust: 66-120 cm Waist: 60-100 cm Length: 92 cm
It's my first Katsucon, and I'm really looking forward to it! Tell me everything I can expect when I get there; all my friends are tired of me talking about it. :( Also, post lineups, favorite stories, etc., but pls don't shit up the thread with vendettas or racism, thx.
Hey /cgl/ I was wondering if anyone here has had any experience making plushies.
I'm making one for my friends birthday and it's of her favorite character. I'm using this other plushie as a reference and I want the "chibi" plush I'm making to have similar sizes and what not. I have all the measurements and have been reading some things on plushie making but I also wanted to see if anyone here may have advice on making patterns or may even have a pattern that is similar to this.
>>8799269 If you're making it as a present, make some to practice first. Use felt for practice, minky for real. You want to basically make two halves of a complete plush before you sew them together. If your plush has belts or other details that go on top of the clothes, pin them on and sew after checking that both halves match up. Sew on the facial features and hair, too. When you pin the two halves together it'll be pretty thick. You should have needles thick enough to be able to sew through several layers... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I bought a custom sized Jsk from forest sambar (the vincent van gogh dress) I had waited three months for it to arrive and when it did, it was horrifically made. The seams were bleeding due to the fabric, the fit was really off, it was far longer than I ordered, the ribbions were like cheap gold christmas ribbion and the navy on the bodice and the underskirt ruffle were two entirely different shades and material. I have done dressmaking for nearly 10 years and Iwas horrified that they let such a mess of a dress be released and shipped. Saddly I didn't get my money... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Not lolita, but I really regret trying out Arda's silky wigs. When they arrived I didn't like the shine and lack of thickness, but decided that I'd make it work since I'd already spent the money. Tried to recurl it into a mermaid wave and it turned into the biggest, most tangled mess I have ever encountered (and I own dozens of wigs). I spent a long time trying to detangle it, but the fibers were so kinked and frizzed and re-tangling every time I brushed them out, I eventually gave up and bought a replacement without having worn it once.
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