Marie-Claude Bourbonnais, French Canadian Costumer, Cosplayer and Model, promotes Montreal Comiccon. Global Montreal TV anchors’ reaction when they saw her was part of a bloopers montage.
Tag: DC Comics
An introduction to shoemaking It’s now time to talk about one of the most complicated parts of my Power Girl costume: the boots. Since I started making cosplay costumes, I always considered that the hardest costume parts to get or make were the gloves, boots/shoes and wigs. As skilled as I am as a seamstress, […]
Store-bought clothes look so good First, there’s one thing I want to make clear. I sometimes hear people say things like: ‘Have you done this part of your costume by yourself?’ ‘No. I bought it.’ ‘Oh, I see. That’s why it looks so good. It’s store-bought. It’s not like if it was handmade.’ Please, stop […]
A word about zippers It was now time to prepare the zippers. There are many types of zippers that I would put in 3 categories: nylon coil, plastic molded and metal zippers. The nylon coil looks like a ‘spiral’ that is sewn on to the zipper tape. It’s a very resistant zipper. Invisible zippers are […]
Torturing my mind So that was it. I would make a Power Girl cosplay. But I would make it in a different way. I never make things like everybody else, right? I HAD to find a way. But how the hell would I make a version of that costume that had never been done before? […]
Introducing Power Girl Most of you already know that I discovered cosplay in 2009 with the release of my tribute pics to Mortal Kombat where I was dressing up as Frost. I had no idea at this time of what cosplay was. It’s people’s reaction to those pics that made me wonder why they were […]