I’ll see what we can do. I’ll put it on the list and hopefully it will get done.
I can do Jon Snow?
I’ll put him on the list shortly.
Your icon reminds me i need to do Kristoff’s ref…
No, but I can. :) Or someone can.
I was inspired to make this post because one of my followers tagged me in her creepy doll make up post.
These are super cool make-overs and the people behind them are magical.
That sounds like a short ref! Ill see what I can do!
I don’t think Thor was done? Or Hawkeye? I don’t recall anyone requesting Hawkeye. Sorry!
Marvel refs are here if you want to check: (x)
Do we ever!
Hobbit ones are here: (x) still have many characters to do but Bilbo is done (no DOS bilbo…should get onto that), some dwarves, elves etc.
LOTR ones are here: (x) but theres even less there.
Thank you so much. I wish we had more followers submitting their cosplays that have been helped with the blog. But the Find Your Fandoms page is my favourite too XD, the only thing is some sections are hard to divide up. For instance, if I added a video game one, it would probably be divivded up by mail and female characters. But I can’t find a cover idea for that yet.
Thank you again lovely person!
The War Doctor Cosplay Refs and Help.
Long weathered leather coat. More brown than black but has elements of both. Has large lapels. Beneath this is a brown, suede? velvety? waist coat with gold buttons. Theres also a watch chain visible. A cream and grey? striped shirt is worn beneath that and a red, knitted chevron scarf is worn around his neck.
He wears dark brown pants, tucked into what looks like either dark green or brown spats over black boots. His belt is light brown or red and is sonic is similiar to fours but with a red light on top. His hair is greying and has a fauxhawk thing going on with a moustache and a bit of beard.
On top of everything is his bandolier.
For coats try ebay, and second hand/charity stores first. The waistcoat you can either buy or make, ill try to find patterns. Any pants should be fine, as should any shoes. I can give you tutorials for the spats. It shouldn’t be hard to find a shirt, the scarf costs about $70 but Raverly has a free pattern for it I think.
A fauxhawk shouldn’t be too hard and if you can’t grow a beard, crepe hair is magical stuff.
I HOPE THIS HELPS. Sorry It’s so short.
- 2 cups of golden syrup
- 1 cup of warm water
- 10 teaspoons of very red food coloring
- 10 tablespoons of corn flour
- blue food coloring
- yellow food coloring
- little bit of peppermint flavoring
You are now ready to throw Sherlock off a roof.