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I will never not reblog this gif set whenever it comes across my dash.
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this is heartbreaking
Ow. My feelings
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Not so long ago, I discovered Donna Vivino’s version of “No Good Deed” and I am still not over how utterly amazing it is. She sounds so crazy, which is so good. Also that high F belt note at the end of her Fiyero-riff. Ugh. Too much, too much to mention. Also. ACTING.
YouTube decided to delete the video, but Thank Goodness I was smart enough to download it before that happened, so that I can re-upload it over here, because it’s still one of the beste NGD-performances I have ever seen. (I did not record this video though and I can’t find the user who did, for which I’m sorry. I will give you the right source-claims if you turn up after all.)
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Elphaba (Wicked) cosplay WIP - Part 4 (100% completion)Part 1 (bodice) | Part 2 (skirt) | Part 3 (make-up)
This is my finished costume of Elphaba from the musicak Wicked.
For construcion details on the bodice and skirt, please refer to my earlier posts listed above.
I might have written about how much I despise sewing hats once or twice before, and I’m afraid it will never change. I sewed Elphaba’s hat last, because I was still hoping on some kind of epihpany on how to sew hats the easy way. It didn’t come.
I had found this soft, snake leather like faux leather at a fabric market some month ago and I really love it. I lined the crown with a sturdy fabric and the brim with craft foam which I ironed into the desired shape.
It took a couple of hours to finally get the brim attached evenly to the crown and I’m suprised how well it came out. I still don’t like sewing hats, but I like this hat.
I took some artistic liberties with the cape, because it always annoyed me that Elphaba’s cape was fully intact, while the dress looked so dragged. So I sewed myself a nice cape out of chiffon and then had a little go at it with a pair of scissors.
It is attached to the bodice with press-studs.
Proper weathering techniques include sandpaper and talcum and the like. I had yarn/thread (mostly from tearing the stripes of fabric for the skirt), scissors and sequins (obligatory musical theatre costume bling). I used the scissors to fray out any edges, loosely stitched the little heaps of thread onto the bodice and finished it up with some sequins.
| Posted on 17/09/2014 at 1:37pm with 1922 notes! ( via /) | Reblog!
Aaron Tveit + hand-kissing (UPDATED)
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