I am a bit late on updating but my newest doll is for sale in my Etsy shop. My original inspiration for her was a carousel but the more I worked on her the more she began to feel more like a cake or something sweet. She is my first doll of 2016. 🙂
She is one of my stuffed dolls so her body is fabric and her face, and arms are sculpted. She is lightly posable. She is approximately 26″ long. Everything is hand made from scratch and no molds ever used in my works so each one is truly unique.
I have been busy working on dolls and making a new costume so I am a little behind on sharing my other A-kon costumes so here they are. As I probably have mentioned a million times, Sakizo is one of my favorite artists and I have cosplayed 6 of her designs so far. I keep telling myself it is time to step away and do something different but I keep finding new artworks that are just so inspiring. I have quite an obsession with corsets, ruffles, and all the intricate details. They are just so much fun to create so I do predict a few more in my future cosplays.
As with all my cosplays, I tend to not be accurate but rather do my own interpretation of the design. I am not one to follow rules and often have my own vision of each character. Plus I like to work with fabrics and pieces that I already have on hand to keep cost down.
For more of my costumes please feel free to follow my cosplay page. You can also follow all of my art here.
Just wanted to share some photos of me modeling a mask by Vincent Cantillon. As I have written before, I can’t say enough about his masks. Extremely well crafted, and gorgeous. I am now a happy owner of both a black and white one. Hoping to eventually add red to my collection as well as some of his headpieces!
Costume was made and designed by me. All photos were taken by my talented boyfriend but edited by Vincent Cantillon. It was such a pleasure collaborating with him..
For more of his mask please visit his art page.
You can find my art (art dolls/sculpts , modeling, costumes) on my art page.
I am so happy to have recently been able to collaborate with mask maker Vincent Cantillon. His masks are so gorgeous and well constructed. They are gothic, dark, mysterious yet the lace adds a delicate feminine touch to it. You can see more of his masks here.
The theme for this photoshoot was winter witch. The dress and arm pieces are original designs that I constructed to go with the mask. Photography was done by Patrick Trahan. First four images were edited by Vincent Cantillon. Feel free to visit my art page or costume page for more updates on my work.