DarlingArmy, on deviantART and Facebook, has created a very wide array of nerdy dress-up items. I’ll show you some of the gamer ones, including the Zelda kimono dress above.
Check out her gallery for a whole lot more.
AngelAndChangeling, over at DeviantArt, handmade this costume. She says, “I completely crocheted the costume, except for the tights and some non-yarn components necessary for function. I was Zelda from Skyward Sword in her Wing Ceremony outfit.” I love that she even has yarn hair!
Here is another shot:
Check out this Magikarp cosplay and try not to laugh. I dare you.
Check out more awesomeness at the Sprite Stitch Community Pinterest Board.
OnesiesForAll, over at DeviantArt, will make onesie adult costumes on commission. Here are a few of the gamer ones:
The Ace Attorney series is awesome. Enough said. But I can’t make a post out of that, so let me show you some Ace Attorney related items that I discovered today!
This is the Attorney’s Badge, that Phoenix Wright and Apollo Justice wear to prove that they are attorneys.
The Prosecutor’s Badge, which Miles Edgeworth keeps in his pocket.
And these are Magatama, worn by the Fey clan. Maya Fey gave a green one to Phoenix, who later used it in his investigations.
All these items are handmade by the ladies at the Etsy store AEnyOtherName and would make great cosplay accessories!
Etsy is a great source of items, supplies and inspiration too. I stumbled upon The Props Shop while scrolling through my Etsy activity feed and found some really awesome pieces in the store!
This set of three transforming masks from Majora’s Mask are fantastic! The shop has a lot of Zelda items; masks, weapons, rupees and this pretty great Deku Shield:
There’s also other cool items in the shop, like Palutena’s Bow from Kid Icarus, which you can either use as the bow or as the two swords:
And one of my favourite items, a Helix Fossil:
The artist uses all sorts of materials to create her items, like wood, foam, plastic and more! You can find these items and other awesomeness in the Etsy store (link below) – definitely worth checking out!