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I was super late on boarding the Watchmen train and only read it earlier this year but I really liked it! Even though I seriously question Laurie's taste in men I knew I wanted to cosplay her ridiculously impractical outfit. The leotard is two layers of nylon tricot and it's basically swimsuit bottoms with triangles sewn on the top and a lot of fashion tape to keep the tasteful sideboob tasteful. The over shirt was a pain in the ass because working with chiffon is the wOOOORRRST but it ended up ok I think!
Didn't really get too many photos of myself as Carol at NYCC this year so I was happy to rewear her at Special Edition! Love this shot.
The costume itself was made out of 4-way stretch spandex. I drafted the leotard pattern myself, appliquéd the lightning bolt on the front using iron on interfacing and a zig-zag stitch The boot covers are sewn to Capezio dance tights. Gloves are normal gloves and the mask is craft foam I glued to my face, haha.
Hi guys! I've been MIA for a while due mostly to the fact that I was in Japan for 4 months! Now I'm back in New York and itching to get back into the cosplay game. This weekend I went to Special Edition NYC for the second year and had a total blast! Here's a photo of my Black Canary costume I wore on Sunday to match my friends Zatanna costume. I already owned the boots and jacket and bought the bodysuit so there's nothing interesting about it construction wise. Still had a lot of fun ;D
Was feeling nostalgic for NYCC and realized I never posted this
The bodysuit is a four panel catsuit made out of a 4 way stretch faux-leather using a pattern I drafted myself. Gloves are gusseted and the fingers finish to a point to look like sharp kitty claws - they turned out a little lumpy but photograph pretty well. The belt is just braided craft foam attached to a big plastic buckle. Goggles are craftfoam glued onto sunglasses, haha.