xpsychohogx asked: you make "A Brush with Death" look like a irl tf2 item lmfao A+ beard
Thanks! I uncrated it last month. Totally worth paying for the key.
Anonymous asked: I'm not the person who asked the previous question about shirts, but I was wondering where you got your Sniper shirt, or how you made it
It’s just a thrift store red button-up shirt. The patches are what really makes it.
This etsy shop carries embroidered iron-on TF2 class patches. They are high-quality, clean and professional looking, and inexpensive.
I just remembered the time at a con when citadelbloodbeard couldn’t remember the EGL brand ‘Atelier Pierrot’ so he called it ‘Marie Antoinette Chandelier Bastille Day’ and now I’m laughing a lot.
This is common.
That definitely happened.
Anonymous asked: Hey! Your cosplays are fantastic! I was wondering if you'd be able to give me a bit of advice- The cosplay I am working on is only lacking one thing- the shirt. Its a simple shirt but I cannot find one like it anywhere! I'm not good at sewing so I was thinking maybe fabric paint. Are there any brands you suggest? Thankyou!
I’d avoid fabric paint if you can help it. You have to be really careful with it or it ends up making a mess. If you’re trying to add stripes or a pattern or something to a non-striped or non-patterned, you’ll need to mask off your lines and very gently (and consistently) apply the paint, or else it will bleed under your tape and ruin the shirt.
What’s the cosplay? I might be able to offer some suggestions on shirt sources.