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Thor

Tutorial: Using Dragon Skin Silicone for Cosplay: Making Metallic Effects with Cast Magic Powders

In this video created for Epoch Echo Cosworx, Beverly shows how to use Dragon Skin Silicone and Cast Magic Metallic Powders for your cosplay costumes.   These are the materials and methods she used to create the details on her… Continue Reading →

Tutorial: How to Make Resin Molds

Learn how to make molds using resin instead of silicone. This method is useful for your silicone casting projects! You might be asking yourself “why are you using resin instead of silicone to make a mold?” The answer to that… Continue Reading →

Tutorial: My Hela Helmet-A Walkthrough

Beverly from Downen Creative Studios and Epoch Echo shows you how she assembles her Hela helmet (inspired by Thor: Ragnarok), as well as what materials she used to build it. She also shares many tips for making the horns detachable… Continue Reading →

Making Hela: Goddess of Death

Making Hela: Goddess of Death This costume was a big challenge! Not only did I need to up my tailoring game, but I had to do extensive research and testing of new materials and methods at practically every step. Here… Continue Reading →

Lady Sif / Thor the Dark World

Lady Sif was the second costume that I’ve ever made for myself. I had no idea what a major undertaking she would be. I made many mistakes but thankfully learned from them. Her armor is so beautiful and fitting of… Continue Reading →

Thor / Thor The Dark World

Thor is one of my favorite Marvel heroes, so of course I wanted to turn Brett into my own version of him! Costume Stats: Hours: Approximately 300 Materials: Worbla, Wonderflex, EVA Foam, pleather, fabric Bragging rights: First Place with Lady… Continue Reading →

Rose City Comic Con 2015

RCCC is at the top of our family’s list of conventions. Our city takes pride in local artists, and this convention is no exception. We love the local feel of this con, and just keeps getting better every year!  

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