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24 May 2005 @ 11:42 am
Cosplay help  

Does anyone happen to know where there is a decent picture of Envys back, and Lusts gloves?

I need to finish a Lust costume by Anime north this weekend, and I forgot what her gloves look like. And I forgot what the red lines on Envys back looks like...

Also, if anyone knows where theres a really good picture of the uroborous, I'd really appreciate that, too. <3

Thanks in advance.
purplemewitpurplemewit on May 24th, 2005 11:12 am (UTC)
A thing about that ouroboros (if you plan to use it as a stencil), it's a bit big for Envy's proportions, so you'll need to scale it down a bit. It might work for Lust, since her's seems quite large. But it depends on your own proportions.

I discovered this the hard way for my Sloth in the Acen bathroom. Thanks to whoever that was that drew it for me! She was dressed as Ed (as if that narrows it down at all), and friends with another Sloth and the Riza with the colored hair gel. Thanks again!
Lunarainy_luna on May 24th, 2005 06:17 pm (UTC)
Thanks a bunch!
desudeitydes_akazim on May 24th, 2005 11:54 am (UTC)
Remember, Lust's gloves only go over the tip of the finger. Then the pads of the fingers are exposed. 8D
Lexmoooomoo on May 24th, 2005 01:34 pm (UTC)
yep, and a pic here:

I don't know how do this but... I already saw it on a cosplay XD so I guess you could do it if you find the way XD


It should be not so difficulte
purplemewitpurplemewit on May 24th, 2005 02:47 pm (UTC)
Here's how I figure it:

one old pair of pantyhose
black/dark green gloves
sewing machine
Fray-check or clear nail polish *very important*
Seam ripper

cut/rip out the front of the glove (if there's a gusset between the fingers, leave thos in, just go with the main section). Don't forget the thumb. Use those as pattern pieces on the pantyhose. You could use nude/tan/off-white fabric if you wish as well. Cut out the pantyhose, and then very carefully sew it all back together. Once that's all done, use the Fray-check/clear nail polish along all of your seams so that the hose doesn't run. If you use normal fabric this shouldn't be a problem.

I've never don it before, but that was my plan for when I was going to, but then I changed to Sloth.