Back in April 2020, just when stores and all free time activities closed in Germany because of the pandemic, we were met with a lot of time on our hands. And as taking walks was still allowed, we thought to combine our regular walks in the woods with a photoshoot of Aby's Thranduil. When we arrived at one of our favorite mushroom-picking-spots, we were devastated though. Half of the forest that we used to roam barely one or two years ago, was just gone. Most of the trees had been cut...

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...

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...

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...

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Over the course of the last view years, we cosplayed a lot from one of our favorite game series ever - Dragon Age! It all started with our Dorian Pavus & Cullen Rutherford costumes we made in 2015. Here are some of our favorite photoshoots we had with these costumes. Later, our friend timetravellingprincess joined us with her incredible Inquisitor Lavellan cosplay. <3 ...