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Disclaimer: This blog article contains sponsored content - Knipex were kind and send us a few pliers from their huge range of tools and we were happy to try them out and use them for this project! Welcome to part 3 of our 3D-printing for cosplay blog articles. In this final part, we’ll get physical - if you get what we mean. In case that you don’t: our two previous articles about this topic were rather theoretical and digital, but now we’re finally holding our raw 3D-print in our hands. So...

On 08/20/2020 we released our first cosplay E-Book "MALE UP! Part I - The Art of Contouring" (buy here) - and thats what we want to celebrate with you! MALE UP! Part I - The Art of Contouring is Out NOW & until the end of our Give-Away on September 12th, it's even 25% OFF So you get it for just 6€ [qodef_button size="medium" type="" text="Buy it right now" custom_class="" icon_pack="font_awesome" fa_icon="" link="cosplay-tutorial.de/shop" target="_self" color="" hover_color="" background_color="" hover_background_color="" border_color="" hover_border_color="" font_size="" font_weight="" margin=""]     The Give-Away Therefore, we prepared a Multi-Platform Give-Away where you can win a...

If you read our blog post about which 3D-printer you should get for cosplay, you're probably curious about which software we use. We're making a lot of our 3D models ourselves, and even though we have no professional background in 3D modeling or CAD files, we learned a lot over the past three years and are able to make our own files. Like this, we are no longer dependand upon someone else uploading files to free sharing sites for 3D-files. [gallery columns="2" link="file" size="large" ids="2496,2497"] The barrel of the Cattleman Revolver me...

Take a look at our very first "test" photo shoot with Pasta's Sam Porter Bridges cosplay! We've worked on our Death Stranding cosplays for over six months now and we're still not really done. If you're interested in our progress on this costume, check out the Build Blog. We originally wanted to participate in a cosplay competition with this and therefore built almost all of the costume from scratch! We started working on our Death Stranding costumes in December 2019, you know, before all conventions were cancelled and living in isolation...

We're trying to showcase our entire progress of the build of Pasta's Sam Porter Bridges costume on here. As these posts are usually scattered all over our Social Medias when we post them, we're trying to set them in order and maybe explain a thing or two about what we did and why we did it. Enjoy!   BB [gallery link="file" columns="5" ids="2229,2221,2256,2230,2219,2222,2225,2228,2244,2246,2255,2258,2245,2227,2234,2379,2218,2232,2235,2226,2259,2250,2243,2239,2238,2242,2241,2254,2220,2252,2261,2249,2253,2223,2231,2251,2267,2262"] Let's start with the most interesting - and probably most disturbing part of the costume - the BB pod! We had a few ideas in mind on how we would tackle...

Let's be honest: This year straight up sucks. There is no way around admitting that. It sucks not having a convention to go to, it sucks not being able to see a friend and it sucks not even knowing for how long we will live like that.   We are all affected In different ways and with a different magnitude And I am the first one to admit that those are pretty much "luxury problems" given how hard people from broken homes, people in countries without free healthcare and people working on the front lines...

Today we want to talk about 3D-printing & Cosplay. When we started to look into 3D-printing for cosplay back in 2017, we didn't really know where to start. And today in 2020, with way more printers, filament and programs to choose from, it's possibly even harder to figure out which 3D-printer to get for your project. [caption id="attachment_1969" align="aligncenter" width="960"] Dutch van der Linde's Schofield revolver! We made this cosplay prop in 2019, everything is 3D-printed and even partly movable for filming.[/caption] Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. This means if you...

We don't think we will ever get tired of looking at these photos timetravellingprincess so beautifully captured. The light and colors work so well. Did you know we never even intended to shoot there? We actually wanted to climb a steep hill and recreate some scenes from the end of RDR2 at sundown, but we forgot our spare batteries for the camera in the car at the foot of the mountain and the battery only lasted for one or two photos.. so we made our way back down, frustrated, and then...