What fun is cosplay without props and Accessories? :)
this sledgehammer prop was made for a punk Chibiusa cosplay. The hammer end is made of foam and worbla, the handle is PVC, and the whole thing is coated in glitter! It separates into pieces small enough to fit a standard suitcase, and it's fully TSA friendly, as long as it's in a checked bag.
Han Solo blaster
the DL-44 is Han Solo's weapon of choice. This one started its life as part of a laser tag set, with a crazy orange and white paint job. I repainted it and modified the scope to better fit in my holster.
This helmet is one of my earliest props. It's made of foam, vinyl, and actual feathers. The wings and spike are detachable for safer travel. And I stitched a pretty design into the backs of the wings. Just because you're a god of thunder doesn't mean you can't appreciate pretty things :)
Holtzmann' safety goggles
There really should have been no reason to reinvent the wheel on these. These goggles are readily available on Amazon in a variety of frame and lens color combinations. They're used for a ton of different cosplays. But of course the yellow lens/silver frame combo wasn't available when I needed them! So I bought the clear lens version and some yellow lens film and I made these happen! The jewelers loupe was a clip-on loupe that I took apart and drilled directly into the frame.
Impala headband and Lego necklace
This headband is based on the grill of the '67 Chevy Impala, "the most important car...no, the most important object in pretty much the whole universe." The necklace is based on the Legos you might find in the vents of that Impala, were you to look. The headband is made from faux leather, puff paint, and a 3D printed Chevrolet logo. The necklace is made from actual Legos. There is also an army man lapel pin to complete the set :)
Han Solo greeblies
All the important little thingies that Han Solo carried around with him :) These are 3D printed and painted.
Glitter heart belt buckle
This belt buckle is simple and glittery and adorable!
Fly cufflinks to go with my Prince costume. Prince loved his cufflinks!
This helmet was originally solid white and very ill fitting. I gutted the inside and replaced it with foam that fit my head and didn't make my forehead break out, I re-shaped the visor so it actually fit my face, and I did all the painting and pinstriping.
Han Solo belt buckles
These belt buckles are made of balsa wood, acrylic paint, and standard belt hardware. I've since upgraded to aluminum, but these got the job done.
These were my first (and, to date, only) wings, and they were so fun to make! I need a reason to make another pair!