Is Cosplay still an accessible hobby? Tools and materials can be expensive and getting started can be intimidating, right? But it’s not true!
I made a full Necromancer cosplay in time for the release of Diablo IV in just two weeks. It was absolutely insane!
Warner Brothers Games Montreal and Gotham Knights asked us to create the golden Mask for the Voice of the Court. But since creating a prop is only half the fun we though, why not make the full costume and get Benni a nice cosplay photoshoot as well? And that’s what we did!
I received another amazing statue from the talented Singapore statue makers of Kinetiquettes. Rathalos from Monster Hunter! It’s a HUGE statue and definitely the crown jewel of our workshop decoration!
We all love those funny and interesting crafting videos on Facebook. However, did you know that their publishers make a huge income without giving the original artist a single penny? Let me show you to the profitable world of In-Stream Ads!
Costume and prop commissions sound like an awesome way to make an income with something you love to do, right? However, not everything that sparkles is gold. The truth might be quite surprising!
Demonic Brigitte is finally done and is the largest costume I ever made! It’s completely out of foam, includes over 1000 LEDs and took me 1.5 years to finish!
A new law proposal from Japan might change the cosplay culture forever. Dressing up as a fictional character might become a copyright infringement in the near future. What does this mean for the cosplay community?
Making an income as an artist without events and conventions become challenging. So I wanted to show you how to build up a reliable income with e-commerce, affiliate marketing and digital products.
Cosplay is an amazingly creative hobby that connects passionate fans and artists from all over the world. Never tried it? You should!
LEDs are very shiny, impressive and … maybe a little bit intimidating? I thought the same until I figured out how easy it all actually is!
You need to sew a skirt, a shirt or another piece of fabric for your costume but are completely lost? I know how you feel! Luckily it’s actually very easy!
Since I’m a passionate gamer, I mostly create costumes from titles I love playing. Watching the Sony conference at E3 back in 2017 gave me a new love: Monster Hunter!
I hear a lot about drama and toxicity in cosplay. Has the community changed? Is it now a swamp of negativity and frustration? I don’t think so. Hear me out.
I started building the Master Skin Nova from HotS back in 2015. I wanted to bring something really impressive to BlizzCon but in the end it didn’t work out. Now two years later, it’s finally done!
Cosplay is an awesome hobby but sometimes newcomers are intimidated because they think all the materials are really expensive. Let me convince you of the opposite!
The moment I saw the trailer of Horizon Zero Dawn during the Sony Conference at E3 2015 I fell in love with Aloy. Now we’ve made her most elaborate armor and boy what a journey it was.
One of the most frequent questions I get is how I turned my hobby into a business and if I planned everything from the beginning. Here is my full story.