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New photo by :iconenchantedcupcake:!!! We shot at Boston Comic Con at sunset! I absolutely love this image, it really evokes the feel of a comic book cover, and shows Kara's intensity and determination. The movement in the photo coupled with the golden hour back light and skyline in the background makes this my new favorite photo of this costume.

Character: Power Girl - Kotobukiya Bishojuo Statue version
Costume made/modeled by Yaya Han, featuring:
~ custom pattern drafted bodysuit (sleeves follow design seams into front/side/back of bodysuit)
~gold metal rope & medallion
~ custom drafted seamless cape, serged & hemmed
~ metal powder cast custom made belt buckle & made-from-scratch belt
~ custom dyed & altered leather boots/gloves
~ self-styled wig
~ Boob Window content courtesy of Victoria's Secret Bombshell bra. Ladies - go out and buy one, you will thank me.

Photography by :iconenchantedcupcake:

I think there is a way to approach even a simple costume such as Power Girl with thought and attention to detail. Simplistic costumes do not give you as many chances to mess up, and sewing mishaps can be pretty apparent. The craftsmanship on simple costumes has to be even more clean and precise. I'm pretty happy with how Power Girl turned out, mainly because of my fabric choices. I used the thickest jumbo spandex you can get for the bodysuit, a heavy duty canvas-like fabric for the cape, and leather for the gloves and boots. It's always recommended to mix different fabric types for added texture on a costume, to give it more dimension.
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:iconspiritwinned:
Mixing fabric types, hmm? Thanks for the tip - I'll keep that in mind for my future cosplays! :)
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ZHUY Feb 23, 2014  Student Digital Artist
How dare you to be so damn sexy?? >8O
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:iconguydigoji:
This is how self confidence should be!
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Cronossra Dec 29, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I love it :)
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:iconfierwalk:
OMFG...... YOU ARE SO SEXY IN THAT LIKE WOW......drools
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:iconmanacookies:
Hey Yaya!
Mind if we do a feature on one of your cosplays for allthatsepic.com's cosplay section, All That's Cosplay? :)
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dizzandesigns Oct 16, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
you defintly got power
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:iconscrewinon:
You my dear, are GORGEOUS.

:iconiwantyouplz:
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