French Canadian costumer Marie-Claude Bourbonnais explains the making of her Assassin’s Creed Odyssey cosplay.
Tag: 3D printing
Marie-Claude Bourbonnais, costumière et cosplayer québécoise, explique la fabrication de son costume d’Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey cosplay Making of blog by French Canadian cosplayer Marie-Claude Bourbonnais.
Time to finally unveil one of these secret non cosplay projects I’ve been working on earlier this year! Remember these 2 props I mentioned that needed to be customized? They were actually sushi boats for a local restaurant. :D But not any sushi boats… Marto Napoli is a radio host I met back in 2007 […]
New Aimsee 3D printed statues are now available on www.shapeways.com/shops/aimsee! Discover French Canadian costumer and cosplayer Marie-Claude Bourbonnais’ Original Character Aimsee!
Marie-Claude Bourbonnais, French Canadian Costumer and cosplayer, unveils her Aimsee 3D printed figurine now available to order on www.shapeways.com. 3D model by Texelion.
Sorry if I took a little while to get back to my blog! The chibi Severina costume is one of the costumes I’m the most proud of, I did a lot of new things for this costume, got to practice new techniques and learned a lot. It’s important to me to complete this Making Of […]
I’m happy to finally talk about one of Severina’s costume pieces I think you’ll be very excited about: the magical staff! I hired Texelion, a 3D modeler from France, to do this 3D model. (Bonjour à mes amis Français!) As you can see, the original chibi art doesn’t show that much details, so I had […]
Making of MKX Scorpion costume – PART 4 The man behind the mask I’ve been wanting to integrate new technologies into my costumes for a while and since 3D printing is everywhere these days, I was really looking forward to finding the appropriate project to use this technology. Back in 2009, when I made my […]