God this headache is making me nauseous and shakey.
Bitch said somethin’ to make me mad. She said somethin’ that I couldn’t believe, so I grabbed the stupid bitch by her nappy-ass weave. The one I purchased for her.
I’ve got a wicked headache.
Homework is lame.
- Mom: 'something about canada'
- Me: *brings up canada airline transgender thing*
- Stepbrother: Well I guess it makes sense, it would kind of be uncomfortable sitting next to a tranny
- Me: *stares* why
- Stepbrother: ...
- Stepbrother: um
I’m all over my English homework and thinking “wow, I’m not going to finish my homework until like 11 or 12.”
But then I remembered that I’m probably going to be up until 2:30 anyways, so I’m not even fucking worried anymore.
why it is that if people watch BBC Sherlock and Dr. Who, why no one I know has ever mentioned how fucking awesome Red Dwarf is.
Then again, if we worshipped Godin, there would instead be bickering on how to pronounce his name.
Is it Goe-din or Gaw-din?
Praise to Godin that Homestuck fans don’t take up this religion.
Why not worship God and Odin as the same individual?
So I’m looking for a zentai (sometimes called a morphsuit) for potential carapace cosplay (specifically Diamonds Droog, in case anyone knows where to get that slick-ass coat), black, possibly metallic/shiny but that’s not necessary. But I’ve never bought a zentai before, and I’m hesitant to buy from any online sites without feedback from others, and I don’t want to throw down 50-80 dollars on something that might fall apart after a few uses. (really, I’d prefer not to throw down 50-80 dollars at all, 20-40 would be ideal but if that’s not an option I guess I’ll start saving)
So yeah! Recommendations for sites to look at, fabric choices, etc. would be awesome.
On another note, specifically directed to cosplayers or people who have done carapace cosplay before: How would one go about adding features to a zentai suit? I’ve seen eyes painted in white—which looks all right but not great, and I’m not sure how much that would compromise visibility—and felt eyes attached, which looked better but I’m not sure how easy it would be to sew/glue on. Any thoughts on this?
I have done a Droog cosplay.
Here’s an example on how it turned out:
What I did for the eyes allowed me to be able to use the Zentai suit for other cosplays I may want to do.
I just got those white stickers that are rectangles, usually found at wal-mart, and cut them into eye shapes. If it’s a cold or windy day you may want to make a few pairs of them because god damn. As for the suit, I painted the buttons, and a friend of mine helped me sew on the white fabric.
As for the Zentai suit itself, I can’t help you much. I got it from a site where it was on sale for 14 dollars, but I got lucky. apparently that store is reeealllyyy bad to their costumers and I just happened to get a good suit.
Hope this helps! -snails
DANG, THAT IS REALLY GOOD *_______* I was actually thinking about using white electrical tape but I wasn’t sure if it would stick properly. But if this worked for you, I might go with that! Assuming I get the same kind of fabric, I guess. Do you know what yours is made of?
Hmmm…I will check.
Here’s your answer!: lycra spandex is what it is made out of, from what the site says.
And for you I believe suits will be easy to find. Go to a party store, or a sports attire store…They usually have some pretty cool suits, and green is quite the item! ( I was reading your tag, eheheh ) If you want help finding a green suit though, one of my friends went as Crowbar to some cons, he knows where to get the items needed. :)
Here’s his cosplay and Tumblr:
As for a cuestick, if you need one, you can go to wal-mart too! I got mine for 7 dollars :D
So yeah! any more questions?
Hey, that’s me!
Welp, weebtier Bro came true.
I think I have the most hard-hitting Tumblr name in all of Tumblr.