~Awaken the Great Power of the Moon. Give service to her sacred tower. Bring peace . . .~
Este es mi cosplay de la princesa Serenity, hice la versión del último episodio (200), en donde pelea contra Sailor Chaos : D la hice especialmente para una convención donde vino la voz de Usagi/Sailor Moon de latinoamérica, Patricia Acevedo. Hice todo yo desde cero, excepto por el Cristal de Plata el cual fue comprado y la peluca. Las alas fueron realmente difíciles de hacer, aunque no las pueden ver completamente en esta toma, eran realmente grandes, trabajé mucho en este cosplay en general, ¡amo sailor moon, espero que les guste!
This is my princess Serenity cosplay, i did the last episode (200) version, when she battles Sailor Chaos : D i did it specially for a con where the latin america voice of Usagi/Sailor Moon, Patricia Acevedo, was coming, i did everything myself from scratch except for the Silver Crystal which was bought and the wig. The wings where really hard to make, even tough you can't see them in this shot they were really big, i worked really hard on this cosplay overall, i love sailor moon! I hope you like it!
The cosplay is amazing. I absolutely admire those who actually make their cosplay from scratch. It shows their creativity and imagination coming out. It also proves one's determination of making cosplay over and over and over. It must have taken hours to get the exact designs and trinkets of the dress and wings on there. May I ask what materials you used to make it with?
Thank you so much for this comment! you're a sweetheart. I don't know the exact names of these fabrics in the US, but i used bridal satin for the dress, and for the skirt i also used a sheer fabric that's used for curtains. The wings are made of sheet fabric, which i covered with a mixture of white glue and water, then i cutted the shape of each feather and sewed them into chicken wire. On top of the wings i used white feather boas. And the structure was made of copper wire. I posted some progress pictures here = mappycosplay.blog.fc2.com/blog… you might get an idea