Me: I wanna do something

Anxiety:

Anxiety:

Anxiety:

Anxiety:

Anxiety:

Anxiety: No you dont

Me: But

Anxiety: No

sifu-kisu:

avatarfightingforms:

As alluded to by Angry Tai Chi Guy, the fan is a much overlooked weapon, which can be advantageous. Folded, the Kyoshi warriors’ metal fans look just like regular fans and can be taken in places were other weapons would be prohibited. The folded fan can be used as a cudgel or to attack pressure points but it can also be used to provide a lever to assist with locks and throws. Open, the fan could be used as a shield and is very useful for defending small projectiles like those used by Mai. In the show the fan itself is seen being used as a throwing weapon both open and closed. The open fan could also be used to distract an opponent’s gaze in combat. In a battlefield situation, the fan could be used to signal between groups.

The Fan is the Swordsman’s weapon in polite company.

(via mysterious-prophetess)

vicious-cosplay:

tokidoki-loki:

vicious-cosplay:

ciciascloset:

Ironing is one of those simple actions that makes your cosplay look more professional. It is simple yet often overlooked. Protip; always iron to make sure your seams lay flat, don’t have wrinkles and perfect your curves hems.
This is literally one of the most important parts of sewing. 

IRON YOUR COSPLAY
IRON YOUR COSPLAY
IRON YOUR COSPLAY
.
I̥̦̟̭͉͉̎̿ͮ̎R̪̤̪̣̅Ǒ̩͖͕͎̘̖̈̅̌͐̽N̟̥͓͚̖͎ ͓̲̻Y͕͚̪̖̽̋ͨͧ͂Ō̭͓̻ͪ̐́̍̎̈Ǔ̹͎̯͎͔̐̒R̯̟̪̬̲͌̌ͪͦ͛̀ ̙̯̳̣̯̓ͣ͋F̭͓̞̲̈U̦̞͆̆̒C̟͍͓͉̼̱ͥ̽̅ͯͫ̑ͅK̟͈͔̞͍͙͂̐̈́ͅI̗͖͇͂̎N͍̝̭̝G̰ͫͫ̾ͦ͂ͯ̊ ̪̦͕͍̥̠͌͗͊ͫC̩̳̆ͦ̆O͍͐̈́̈͂̊͆S̈̿̌ͥ̑ͦ̚PͤL̖ͮ̒̍̉͊A̫ͯ́ͨͬ̚Y͈̼͖̝̠̩̥ͦ͊͋͛
 
Also helpful tip: Wash your fabric before you sew! ^.^
THEN YOU FUCKING IRON IT

Don’t stop at ironing! Remember there is a difference between ironing and pressing although the two words are often used interchangeably! Pressing is what you do on seams and hems to keep them nice and pretty! It involves actually holding the iron in a location for an extended period of time to hold a more permanent crease, like in a dress shirt, pants, or a pleated skirt! Ironing is the act of moving the iron to remove wrinkles. Both are super important though in making a garment. And there is also steaming which is the preferred method to remove wrinkles on some fabrics. And ALWAYS test an inconspicuous spot or test swatch and read fabric care before just laying the iron down. Some delicate fabrics may melt, which require lower settings on the iron in addaition to a pressing cloth. I always say that when sewing, if your sewing machine is your spouse, then your iron is your best friend! :)

IRON & PRESS YOUR FUCKING COSPL-
Wait I wrote that.
Fuck.

vicious-cosplay:

tokidoki-loki:

vicious-cosplay:

ciciascloset:

Ironing is one of those simple actions that makes your cosplay look more professional. It is simple yet often overlooked. Protip; always iron to make sure your seams lay flat, don’t have wrinkles and perfect your curves hems.

This is literally one of the most important parts of sewing. 

IRON YOUR COSPLAY

IRON YOUR COSPLAY

IRON YOUR COSPLAY

.

I̥̦̟̭͉͉̎̿ͮ̎R̪̤̪̣̅Ǒ̩͖͕͎̘̖̈̅̌͐̽N̟̥͓͚̖͎ ͓̲̻Y͕͚̪̖̽̋ͨͧ͂Ō̭͓̻ͪ̐́̍̎̈Ǔ̹͎̯͎͔̐̒R̯̟̪̬̲͌̌ͪͦ͛̀ ̙̯̳̣̯̓ͣ͋F̭͓̞̲̈U̦̞͆̆̒C̟͍͓͉̼̱ͥ̽̅ͯͫ̑ͅK̟͈͔̞͍͙͂̐̈́ͅI̗͖͇͂̎N͍̝̭̝G̰ͫͫ̾ͦ͂ͯ̊ ̪̦͕͍̥̠͌͗͊ͫC̩̳̆ͦ̆O͍͐̈́̈͂̊͆S̈̿̌ͥ̑ͦ̚PͤL̖ͮ̒̍̉͊A̫ͯ́ͨͬ̚Y͈̼͖̝̠̩̥ͦ͊͋͛

 

Also helpful tip: Wash your fabric before you sew! ^.^

THEN YOU FUCKING IRON IT

Don’t stop at ironing! Remember there is a difference between ironing and pressing although the two words are often used interchangeably! Pressing is what you do on seams and hems to keep them nice and pretty! It involves actually holding the iron in a location for an extended period of time to hold a more permanent crease, like in a dress shirt, pants, or a pleated skirt! Ironing is the act of moving the iron to remove wrinkles. Both are super important though in making a garment. And there is also steaming which is the preferred method to remove wrinkles on some fabrics. And ALWAYS test an inconspicuous spot or test swatch and read fabric care before just laying the iron down. Some delicate fabrics may melt, which require lower settings on the iron in addaition to a pressing cloth. I always say that when sewing, if your sewing machine is your spouse, then your iron is your best friend! :)

IRON & PRESS YOUR FUCKING COSPL-

Wait I wrote that.

Fuck.

(via mysterious-prophetess)