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Robin: Stephanie Brown III by Aigue-Marine Robin: Stephanie Brown III by Aigue-Marine
Aah! I'm back with another picture of my Robin costume! I'm really sorry I'm so slow when it comes to replying to comments and messages at the moment, but preparations for Germany's biggest convention which will take place next week keep me busy! There are still so many things to do - so many parts of costumes to fix, wigs to style and props to make! I'm still confident I can make it though! And I'm looking really forward to three days of cosplaying and seeing many amazing people again!

I think I haven't menationed it so far, but I spent past weekend at Calssara's. We went to Schwetzingen and took pictures of some of our old costumes there. I wore a costume I finished back 2009 already, but which I had never worn so far. I won't tell what it is for now... I hope I can upload some pictures in the next days! Besides that I'll put on my costume schedule for Connichi and a few previews of my new costumes tomorrow.

And something else that needs to be said once again THANK YOU SO MUCH for your lovely comments, favourites and support, guys! I gained so many new watchers in the past days - I have no words! You guys are amazing! Honestly: Thank you! I hope the work I upload won't disappoint you!

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:bulletred: Aigue-Marine as Robin IV [Stephanie Brown]
series: Batman
photos: Silas Kappel Staal / SAKS Photography

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Aigue-Marine Mar 3, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
:D
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:iconpsychoyami:
Hiiiiii!
I adore this cosplay!
I also have a question... I'm going to cosplay Stephanie in her Robin outfit as well and I'm curious, do you mind telling me where you got the wig? Because it looks amazing and I haven't managed to find one that would fit so well with bangs pulled back. I'd really appreciate the help...
Thank you! <3
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Aigue-Marine Mar 3, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank you! :3
I bought the wig on eBay in a store called "Wig US".
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:iconwinxwarrior:
This looks amazing! Do you have any tips on making this? I want to make a Steph as Robin costume from next Halloween, but I'm not sure where to begin or anything. Honestly, a tutorial would be really appreciated, but I understand that you are probably very busy.

Again, awesome costume! You are very talented!
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Aigue-Marine Jan 29, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Well, have you ever made a costume before? If you have never sewn a garment with a sewing machine before, I'd recommend you to go for an easier costume. :( Stephanie's Robin outfit is more difficult than it looks.
Besides that it's impossible to make a tutorial for a complete costume. I mean, if you're experiences when it comes to costume making you'll easily find the required patterns to make the costume... if you're not familiar with a sewing machine and patterns even a tutorial won't help much. :( I'm sorry to tell you. There's no general advice I can give you.

Thanks a lot though! I'm happy you like it! :D
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:iconwinxwarrior:
Thanks for taking the time to reply! :D I've sewn costumes before, though not a whole lot of them. I've made a Princess Leia costume, a Jedi costume, and am nearly finished a Sailor Jupiter costume. I believe I can do this, it just may be a bit of a challenge. Thanks again for replying, most people don't actually do that. :D
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Aigue-Marine Feb 1, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Oh, well, under these circumstances you should be able to make this costume. :) I'm sorry, I didn't want to come across as rude or something... It's just, well, I get often requested to make tutorials by people who have never worked with a sewing machine before. And - I'm pretty sure you'll agree to that - it's of no use to make a tutorial for a full costume if the person doesn't even know how to sew.
Let me think if there's general advice about my costume I can give you.. Hn. Well, I'd work with elastic fabrics, because they make it easy to get the shape of the costume right. (Also - it's much easier to make gloves out of stretchy fabric. Haha.) Uh, yeah, but that's basically it, I supposed. :)
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:iconkristhesourkrauts:
damn good looking Robin.

love it.
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Aigue-Marine Dec 26, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thanks! :D
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