How to Cosplay: Make a one piece dress
Edit: Some of you might have realise this video was down for a day. I found out earlier there was a fatal error in one of the teaching point ( drafting of the waist length). While I could correct the mistake with annotations, I understand some people close their annotations off and I didn't want to risk anyone screwing up their costumes ... so I made the amendments and re-uploaded the video =\.
This is the reason why it always takes me so long to complete a tutorial video. If I slip one step, this is what happens.
Please like, comment & fav it again xD
Probably one of the most usable dressmaking pattern for female cosplays. A basic one piece dress that can be modified into a variety of costumes.
With this pattern, I’ve done my default Makoto Kikuchi (Idol Master) costume, Homura Akemi (PMMM) , Eclair (Kiddy Grade), Simca (Air Gear) and even Mogami Kyoko’s (SKIP BEAT) Love Me overalls.
P/s: I have an entry for making Homura Akemi’s costume here.
It was SO DIFFICULT to edit this video. I actually filmed it in May 2012 but was so busy with life that I couldn’t finish it before 2012. One of the biggest reason for the delay was most notably, the dying of my computers. First my PC, then my netbook, then my PC again –_-. Not to mention this tutorial was so complicated and Windows Movie Makers kept dying on me , it took me an afternoon to record the voice over=_=.
Anyway, I’ll end my complains and wish all of you good luck with your next cosplays! Remember to leave me a comment, subscribe to my Youtube and like TheCosplayChronicles on Facebook. You don’t know how much each comments & likes means to me.
Actually even I myself forgot that, I should have left hemming the bottom till the very last (after the zip). That would have been the most optimal time to do the hem , all corners of the hem would then be the same xD
I'd really like to watch your video, but I get a message from youtube that it is private, even if I'm logged in or go to youtube itself to watch it.
This video was really great~!
Just wanted to know if it was possible for you to do like a short video on how to draw the pattern, or maybe like just a video of drawing the pattern.
Cause my number one problem isn't the making part but mostly the making of the pattern~