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dangerous-ladies:

Christine as Barbara Gordon, New 52 version. Photography by the incredible DROO.

cowl by reevzfx

And god, do we ever LOVE those cowls! Honestly, best Batgirl cowl on the market by far.
- Jenn

reevzfx:

dangerous-ladies:

Christine as Barbara Gordon, New 52 version. Photography by the incredible DROO.

cowl by reevzfx

And god, do we ever LOVE those cowls! Honestly, best Batgirl cowl on the market by far.

- Jenn

Jenn as Supergirl, photography by JJAB Productions.

Whoops, meant to queue this. Jenn as Supergirl at Toronto Comic Con earlier this year.

All photos by Santiago Ortega photography.

Starting simulation! Earth’s newest Green Lantern meditates on her new-found power from her personal simulation room.
Another quick snap of Maya from last night, taken in my apartment and quickly spruced up in Photoshop. Just a bit of fun :)
The original.
- Jenn

Starting simulation! Earth’s newest Green Lantern meditates on her new-found power from her personal simulation room.

Another quick snap of Maya from last night, taken in my apartment and quickly spruced up in Photoshop. Just a bit of fun :)

The original.

- Jenn

I made Maya put on my GL costume and then made her jump around. Then she started jumping on my couches on her own, like a very happy child. I took pictures.
I took this picture in my living room.
- Jenn

I made Maya put on my GL costume and then made her jump around. Then she started jumping on my couches on her own, like a very happy child. I took pictures.

I took this picture in my living room.

- Jenn

Josh as Red Robin, photo by Jenn.

Josh as Red Robin, photo by Jenn.

Christine as classic Power Girl, photograph by Jenn.

Christine as classic Power Girl, photograph by Jenn.

Cosplayer is Josh, costume and photo by Jenn :)
Ever calculating, Tim…

Cosplayer is Josh, costume and photo by Jenn :)

Ever calculating, Tim…

ravnhjerte:

jjabarrett:

Powergirl Shoot.

Cosplayer: Gina

Look! Me being awesome! :D

Look it that badass.

I remade Josh’s Red Robin tunic this weekend. It took about five hours including the dozens of times I fucked something up. That’s not an exaggeration, I probably fucked things up around 12 times. That’s why you should definitely be awake when you’re sewing, lmao.
Anyhoo… I remade it because the old one had some structural problem that made it difficult for Josh to move, particularly around the shoulder joints and because of how the harness attached in the front. It also ripped in a few places because of stress. Also, Josh lost some weight! So the new one is lighter, the sleeves are shorter (less fabric under the gloves!), has a stretch panel up the spine to give it more mobility, has broader shoulders and a more fitted upper-chest. The harness now attaches to the tunic instead of the cape, reducing a stress point there.
The only thing we have left to do on it is insert shoulder pads between the cape and the tunic, to square out Josh’s shoulders — the slope of the cowl rounds them out, and we want to keep a stronger “comic book” silhouette :) Smoke and mirrors, folks.
(Also, look at Marcus To’s Damian sulking in the background! My precious baby :’))

I remade Josh’s Red Robin tunic this weekend. It took about five hours including the dozens of times I fucked something up. That’s not an exaggeration, I probably fucked things up around 12 times. That’s why you should definitely be awake when you’re sewing, lmao.

Anyhoo… I remade it because the old one had some structural problem that made it difficult for Josh to move, particularly around the shoulder joints and because of how the harness attached in the front. It also ripped in a few places because of stress. Also, Josh lost some weight! So the new one is lighter, the sleeves are shorter (less fabric under the gloves!), has a stretch panel up the spine to give it more mobility, has broader shoulders and a more fitted upper-chest. The harness now attaches to the tunic instead of the cape, reducing a stress point there.

The only thing we have left to do on it is insert shoulder pads between the cape and the tunic, to square out Josh’s shoulders — the slope of the cowl rounds them out, and we want to keep a stronger “comic book” silhouette :) Smoke and mirrors, folks.

(Also, look at Marcus To’s Damian sulking in the background! My precious baby :’))