Another print for Anime Expo, available at table E18 Papaya Arts! This one will mostly be available in small size, but I may print a couple large ones.
(Also I found another excuse to make a pretty starry background. Yep.)
Background art and architecture in sketched and finished forms by Shichirou Kobayashi (小林七郎) for the film Revolutionary Girl Utena: Adolescence Apocalypse.
Hey everyone! Another tutorial for this blog. I couldn’t find any tutorials on how to make a fan completely from scratch for my Suki cosplay; they all required you to start with the main folding wood base thing (as in taking apart an existing paper fan and using that). That seemed like more trouble than it’s worth ESPECIALLY for this type of fan which is separate pieces of “metal” rather than one large folded piece of paper…so I made this tutorial for anyone in the place I was in. You know how to make swords, staffs, and shields…now you can make a fan.
The fan is fully functional meaning it’s super easy to carry and store. It’s 12 pieces held together by a small dowel rod and buttoncraft thread. I made this using my own measurements, but just shrink or extend the lengths of the pieces to alter the size of the total “semi circle”.
*I want to note: my paper pieces weren’t single sheets. I got gold-colored posterboard but it wasn’t as thick as I’d wanted. I wanted this thing to be hefty and durable. So my fan pieces are actually drawing paper (not printing paper) sandwiched between two gold posterboard pieces of all identical shapes.
*craft rope: this is just the stuff that kids get to make bracelets and crap from. Anything bulky like it will work. Heck even the buttoncraft will work if you wanna waste that much of it.
Please ask if you have any questions. I would like to help and see your fans. Also please credit me when appropriate :L I’m sorry I didn’t have any in-progress photos you know how it is rushing to get stuff done in a night lol. Thank you for reading ٩꒰｡•‿•｡꒱۶
I bred a bunch of amauras to trade for the other fossil pokemon
A photo I took in the lovely old town of Saarburg in Germany, where there is a waterfall in the middle of the pedestrian area.
I just rewatched Carpet Diem, and it drops some pretty heavy hints related to the Stanley theory. I just want to elaborate a bit.
- We start with this. A panning shot that includes both the glasses AND the calendar. It sharp-focuses on the calendar for a…
Cats are literally the cutest nerds ever