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Cosplayer in Southern California and a full-time engineering student. Likes cosplaying characters from mobile RPG games and Japanese idols. Loves using hot glue gun and collaborating with different people.
With a love for crafting, creating costumes quickly became a fun hobby that suddenly grew into full fledged cosplay. Lara Croft was my official first costume, hence the reason for using ""Crofty"" in my name. It's also just been a fun nickname and the gamertag people know me by. Through my YouTube channel, I aim to create cosplays on a budget and share my tutorials with those who wish to make wonderful costumes without breaking the bank.
Dan Cattell is a multimedia artist and costume designer best known for inventing 2D pixelated cosplay. He went to Rutgers University to study animation, but always enjoyed testing the waters of other arts, especially by mixing his personal interests together. At Otakon 2010, he debuted his first pixelated cosplay and there was no turning back from the overwhelmingly positive response!
I love weathering props—using a brush, I add black or brown paint to creases and edges and smudge it with a paper towel. It adds so much depth and shading to really make props pop. I use this technique on everything from weapons to princess crowns!
I've been at this a while, not as long as other folks but costuming has been part of me for a good chunk of my life. All I want to do is make others smile using my work, to inspire them to build costumes of their own! Fostering creativity is vital nowadays and that's something I dedicate myself to.
I started officially cosplaying in 2015. I created a youtube channel (Cosplay Life) a few years later. I figured if I was looking up how to do something and couldn't find a video showing me how to do it, I should probably make the video.
Pigtails and Powertools is a professional cosplayer and prop maker from Utah. Her work is mainly heavy armor builds with fine detail. She also works for the Evermore Creative Studio making creatures and props for the Evermore Park, and for local films.
I am a US-based cosplayer interested in a variety of different series. I like cute/spooky costumes and create tutorials on YouTube for those wanting to make their own cosplays
AllieCat Cosplay is a GA based cosplayer with a love of transformation and art. She is most happy when she is creating costumes, meeting new friends and sharing information that is helpful for others.
Emily Schmidt, known as Go Big or Go Home Cosplay, is from Atlanta, Georgia. Emily enjoys making armor for strong independent female characters. She has cosplayed characters from Warhammer 40k, World of Warcraft, Mass Effect, and League of Legends. She's also a winner of SyFy’s cosplay competition TV show, Cosplay Melee.