Photo of me as #BigBarda today at #Heroescon thanks to @charmingred (via twitter) at http://momsreadcomics.tumblr.com (who was super awesome to meet!) #momsreadcomics
I knew that.
Everyone already knows this.
Here is a short tutorial on how I made my recent cosplay wings.
I used craft foam that I purchased from Michaels, but lots of places sell it.
I made feather shapes of different sizes on Bristol board and used them to trace lots and LOTS of feathers! Seriously…. Alot.
I then used a soldering iron to melt in feather lines. I also cut out some places around the edges to look more realistic. Then bent and melted a bit if the back to make it look like it had a spine.
Next I took all of those feathers and arranged them over a large base that I also made out of craft foam. I glued a wire hanger around the edge of the base to help it keep its shape. I also added a long loop of wire that went down from the center. This I used to push down the back of my costume to hold the wings in place.
When I was satisfied with how everything looked I started hot glueing the feathers to the base. Do this to the front and back of the wings. After you burn you fingers on glue atleast five or six times you will be done! Tada!
I painted gold onto the inside feathers to get the effect that I wanted to make it more like the characters.
I hope that this was helpful! They are relatively light weight and easy to wear. Just takes some patience to make.
GET. OUT! You beautiful lunatic! That’s amazing!
Fashions of the Future as Imagined in 1893
Illustrations from “Future Dictates of Fashion” by W. Cade Gall that was published in the January 1893 issue of The Strand magazine.
Again, that time of year.
Every time I leave my house in the summer
First: yes, this is the life.
Second: Kudos for the artist! We need more Goths of Color (yes, the irony is not lost) represented! Beautiful people and absolutely fantastic.
How could she be hot when she’s so fucking cool?
More detail shots from the Disney Beauty and the Beast furisode set.
I WANT THIS SO BADLY
y’all motherfuckers want a fire elsa so bad but you dont even realize that already exists
Yesterday DC Comics announced that David Finch and his wife Meredith would be the new creative team on Wonder Woman. While I’ve already expressed concerns about Mr. Finch’s art and the short writing resume of Ms. Finch, there is now another much bigger concern.
In an interview today with CBR Finch stated:
Really, from where I come from, and we’ve talked about this a lot, we want to make sure it’s a book that treats her as a human being first and foremost, but is also respectful of the fact that she represents something more. We want her to be a strong — I don’t want to say feminist, but a strong character. Beautiful, but strong.
I can’t imagine another character about which you wouldn’t want to say she’s a feminist. The character’s creation, her history, her every single quality is derived from feminism. To not want to say “feminist” about her is like saying you don’t want to say “alien” about Superman or “orphan” about Batman. It is part of the character’s DNA.
As you can imagine that quote didn’t go over well. So a few hours later Mr. Finch tried to qualify it.
Feminists ARE human. Feminists ARE Fallible. Feminists ARE Real.
I’m sure this is just a misunderstanding. I would be shocked if the person heading the creative team of Wonder Woman would not understand this.
Because any person who cannot acknowledge and state clearly that Wonder Woman is a feminist and understands what feminism is has no business being near the character.