2nd weekly giveaway
hi guys^^ i will be hosting a weekly matchwigs giveaway where prizes include any wigs below $30 (which is 80% of the wigs there tbh and if you place their banner on ur blog its an additional $5 which makes up for 90% of the wigs) this giveaway will be different from most giveaways because it will be hosted literally every week so you guys have a really high chance of winning a free wig lolkeep in mind that because this is a weekly giveaway, the deadline is in 7 days whereas most giveaways last for months, so these will be done and over with really quickly so id join before the time is upprizes:rules:
- reblog only once (from past experiences if u reblog more then once notes start disappearing and id rather not screencap every single note again)
- likes dont count
- no giveaway blogs/inactive side blogs
- must be following me (since this is for my followers)
- giveaway will start may 31
- end june 7
This method is amazing. AMAZING!
After tracing the pattern on acetate, I put it on top of a white box. I put a sheet of parchment paper over it and traced the pattern with hot glue. After it was cooled, I peeled it off, and it came off PERFECTLY. A PERFECT PEEL! PARCHMENT PAPER FTW!!! AND LOOK AT IT!
It’s dimensional. It’s FLEXIBLE! It’s resistant ( I gave it a good tug test, relative to the pull that the dress will likely give ). And best of all, when it’s on the shoulder, the warmth makes it a little bit tacky and it STAYS IN PLACE. ( Though I’ll have to report back with how much of that tackiness stays after modge podge and spraypainting…probably not much…we’ll see. )
I’ll still fashion tape the heck out of it when I wear it…juuuuust in case…but that’s a nice bonus!!!
A couple little spots filled in a bit more than I would have liked, but I’m just considering this a test run as it only took 1 glue stick and 15 minutes.
THIS IS SO EXCITING. *____*
ATTENTION COSPLAYERS: IT’S TIME TO TALK ABOUT TRIGGER DISCIPLINE
So you’re cosplaying Jake, or Jade, or Yoko, or Dante, or some other badass who carries around guns all the time: here’s a quick tip to make your cosplay of them just that much cooler (and less eye-twitch-inducing for cosplayers who know how to handle a real gun).
If you’re cosplaying a character who knows how to handle guns, then they’re going to know trigger discipline - which is simply unless you plan and are ready to shoot what you’re pointing at, don’t put your finger on the trigger. (In real life this keeps you from accidentally shooting yourself in the foot or anything else you didn’t mean to shoot.)
So you’re taking a picture holding your gun skywards by your head? Rest your pointer finger against the body of the gun, or outside the trigger guard. Aiming at the camera for the kill shot? NOW you can put your finger on the trigger.
This message has been brought to you by Liz, Patty, and someone who learned to shoot on a .22 rifle.
there’s not enough reblogs in the world for this post