Jen is working on a new Shadowrun cosplay and she went looking for urban brawl logos. Urban brawl is a game within Shadowrun that’s basically capture the flag with motorcycles and guns. There are between 18-28 teams, depending on which edition. We couldn’t find logos for the teams anywhere, so Jen used a logo maker and Photoshop to make 26 logos, and wanted to share them with you!Continue reading Shadowrun – Urban Brawl Logos
You might be noticing a theme on the blog lately – lots of Shadowrun! Jen and Brian have been running a Shadowrun tabletop for their friends over the past 2 years. They decided it’d be fun to do a cosplay photoshoot. You can never have too much Shadowrun cosplay, right? Enjoy our photos by the great photographer Paul Cory shot in production with ATLiER Props in Atlanta. Which ones are your favorites?Continue reading Shadows of Atlanta Shadowrun Cosplay Photoshoot
We made some upgrades to our Shadowrun costumes, and got some professional pictures taken by Paul Cory Photography. Enjoy the future!
We’re going to start taking more costume commissions starting in January 2018! If you want to be on the list to get notified when spaces open up, or to see how many slots are open, we have a new page for that! Check out Costume Commissions!
Jen’s been scouring the internet for monocles and couldn’t find multiples of ones that were large enough for real eyes and at a price point she was comfortable with. So she put her DIY powers to use and made her own! Check out our Monocle DIY and make your own!
Happy October! We’re celebrating the official month of costumes by updating our logo to include our newest member, and kicking off Costober 2015! All year long, y’all see our costumes – now it’s your turn! Send us photos of your awesome costumes all month long and let’s make this the best Costober ever!
We’ve been working hard on designing our very first fashion line – Secret Identity Dresses. Jen has spent the past six months designing dresses, doing research and making prototypes. Her idea was to have dresses you could wear to work or out that would represent your favorite superhero (or supervillain!) without being an overall print. Over the weekend, we were able to have a small photo shoot thanks to the great folks over at The Maker Station. Her final results are in, and we have the first two of our Secret Identity Dresses – Deadpool-inspired and Nightwing-inspired dresses. You can order them now in our Etsy store, and we’re working on more designs, both for characters and types of dresses! Let us know what you think – who would you like us to do next?
There are lots of options for women to participate in closet cosplay, but not a lot of fun options for the guys. This is something Jen has been working on for a few months, and she’s really excited to finally reveal it – Secret Identity neckties! You can check them out at our Etsy store, or see them in person this weekend at AthCon! We’ve got these three designs currently, but plan to add many more. What’s your secret identity?
In our continuing celebration of National Craft Month, we have another tutorial for you! This time it’s how to make your own geek lounge or yoga pants. It’s a great, quick project – we were able to make two pairs in an afternoon! They’re perfect for the gym or a Netflix marathon!