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 on: March 19, 2012, 07:09:12 AM 
Started by Usako Minako - Last post by saintdufus
My name's Jason, and this is my first Cosplay experience.

I like peanut-butter sandwiches, long walks on the beach, Bart Simpson dolls, psychedelic mushrooms, and leprechauns.

Seeking someone who shares at least four of the above interests, for relating, dating, and mating (not necessarily in that order).

I can honestly say this is the best Cosplay group I've e'er been in, bar none. I'm ridiculously honored to be amidst such uber-fab peeps!  Cheesy

 on: December 01, 2011, 03:46:29 PM 
Started by Usako Minako - Last post by Neko Wafer
Hi hi! My name's Andrea, and I'm a milliner by trade. I also help Jenny, when I can, with Sugar Clay Cafe's booth.

I like most Asian cuisine, Ethiopian cuisine, and Mexican cuisine. In music it's goth, industrial, and techno. Books: murder mysteries. Film: whatever's streaming on Netflix.  laugh

I've been with PVC since, like, forever, and love every minute of it. Didn't perform at Fanime 2010, because I was working Masquerade, but looking forward to AOD's pony lurve!  Afro

Twitter: LucreziaDelight

 on: November 01, 2011, 09:36:02 PM 
Started by Usako Minako - Last post by Usako Minako
Welcome to Project Victory Cosplay Theatre!
We will be posting information soon about welcoming new members! Usually we do not care to audition, but we would like to expand our family to those who are looking for a tight knit, long term dedicated team!

All you have to do is:
*Good positive attitude
*Dependable and reliable
*Ability to take direction
*Know how to sew (beginning know how to work a machine, sew a straight line, pin and cut with scissors.)
*Good technical and physical coordination
*Past cosplay or theater/stage experience is a plus++
*Local-Bay area peninsula or south bay
*College level or responsible senior (if attending school)

If you are unsure if you fit into some of these requests, just shoot us an email! Let us know any questions you have and we'll do our best to see what we can do for you!

Looking for Stage Ninjas, back stage helpers
Charatcers: TBA

 on: October 26, 2011, 04:51:54 AM 
Started by Usako Minako - Last post by LauraC
Hi, I'm LauraC, I have been cosplaying since late 2006 and I have been with PVC since 2009. I like hot and sour soup, cats, mechas, and techno music.  Tongue

 on: October 26, 2011, 12:54:18 AM 
Started by Usako Minako - Last post by Usako Minako
Oscar C's Winter Gathering at San Jose's Christmas in the park... I am thinking of totally getting off work early...

 on: October 26, 2011, 12:52:31 AM 
Started by Usako Minako - Last post by Usako Minako

A cosplay gathering with Eurobeat King and Wink

 on: October 25, 2011, 10:41:20 PM 
Started by Usako Minako - Last post by Usako Minako
Any questions you have we will be happy to answer them in this thread   laugh

 on: October 25, 2011, 10:40:20 PM 
Started by Usako Minako - Last post by Usako Minako
Hello all! I am Usako Minako (Jenny) and I am part of Project Victory Cosplay Theatre!
I help with the boards and am in several projects! My favorite music is anime theme songs!
Nice to meet you! purple-hikasm

 on: June 07, 2011, 02:05:16 PM 
Started by Nikitty - Last post by Nikitty
All that OTHER stuff. Jewelry, wings, boot covers, etc.

Bootcovers - I wouldn't glue them, just do a T of wide elastic - toe and across the middle of the foot. Also around the heel if you have one.
Wing Harness - I really like HCC's harness. It's super unobtrusive and easy.
Angel Wings - I like their feathered wings too. They look like they have actual musculature under there.
Demon/Bat/fairy wings - Easy easy.
Making a silicon mold for casting - This is only for flat backed things. For round stuff you need to suspend the thing you're molding and pour the silicon around it, then cut it in half to make a two-part mold. Same basic idea though.
Resin casting using a silicon mold - You made the mold, now make your stuff!
Hot glue casting using a silicon mold - If your stuff is little you can use hot glue. I'd suggest resin first, but that's just my preference.
Casting colored jewels - This also goes over what you can and can't use for molds.
Bunny/tall ears in a headband - Super easy, super cute.
Nintendo-style crowns - Right click and save if you like, this is a PDF.
Gloves - If you're very ambitious or have oddly sized hands or need them in a specific fabric.

Whew! That's a lot @_@

 on: June 07, 2011, 01:12:02 PM 
Started by Nikitty - Last post by Nikitty
So, there are some videos, some pages, and my DEEP desire for Amethyst Angel's book.

Wonderflex (in german, make sure you turn on subtitles!)
Amethyst Angel's webpage. This is like the bible unless you have a vaccuforming table.

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