Thursday, July 24, 2014
Thursday, July 17, 2014
Tuesday, July 8, 2014
CLINT IS SITTING ON THE BACK OF THE COUCH WITH HIS FEET ON THE SEAT. THIS FUCKING HOODLUM
everything is making me cry
prime outfit for every character
Monday, July 7, 2014
Sunday, July 6, 2014
One of the most impressive zombie cosplays I have ever seen, and the man behind this is Josef Rarach.
Anonymous said: are you ever going to write that last piece of the catws review? no accusations or anything i love all the stuff you write and you owe me nothing just saying that id really love to read it if you did!
yeah that’s something i’ve been meaning to write. (i wrote about steve and bucky’s costumes, but not about everyone else’s.) the main things i’ve been meaning to write on HelloTailor are that CATWS post, something about X-Men: Days of Future Past, and maybe a review of Maleficent… altho I think I’m too late to write about Maleficent now — it’s already been analysed to death.
I’ve just been really busy recently. I’d love to post more on HelloTailor, but professional writing has to come first, and recently i’ve been more busy due to other projects (ie the edinburgh film festival) and having a lot of houseguests. Hopefully this month i’ll have time to post some more.
Friday, June 27, 2014
Anonymous said: Might you write anything else about Hunger Games fashion? Going through the tag on ShopYourTV I had no idea Effie's dresses were real Alexander McQueen pieces. So amaze.
yeah i probably will write more about hunger games fashion, most likely when mockingjay comes out. i thought the costumes in catching fire were a lot more interesting than in the first movie.
Friday, June 20, 2014
Thursday, June 19, 2014
Mutation X (1997) ballet costumes by Gianni Versace
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
"The most difficult thing I had to achieve in this film was creating the fabric for the Captain America Stealth Suit. The Russos were very specific that they wanted a suit that was made of textured, woven, hard fabric like a Kevlar and not a printed stretch suit like you see over and over again in these films. But in reality it needed to be made of a stretch fabric that would allow movement and comfort, as well as the ability to be constructed into a more realistic military type trouser and protective top. I went through many incarnations of printed textures on stretch which then posed a whole new set of challenges and problems. The HD cameras made raised textures strobe or moiré. So finding the right one became a trial. Then the printing ink would shine like plastic, which I disliked. It took four months of research and development to create a texture that seems so simple and was yet, so complicated.” - Judianna Makovsky