Xelina

First in line for the game and barely under 24 hours straight of play time I hit 20! And then slept for 13 hours.

With fellow cosplayer and best friend Mohrigan  Cosplay at PRCC 2014

​despite the large amount of people taking our pictures at the con I haven’t found very many

I didn’t take many pictures, but these are the ones I did… and still looking for pictures of my costumes

Happy birthday to me

Happy birthday to me

More Yellow

More Yellow

Finished in 3 days.. New accomplishment for me.

Finished in 3 days.. New accomplishment for me.

Catching a lillipup

Catching a lillipup

Battle ready Yellow

Battle ready Yellow

poketastic-things:

xelina24:

Pokeballs complete, really happy with how these came out

WHERE DID YOU GET THESE o:

I made them =) I put the instructions on my blog here http://xelina24.tumblr.com/post/86407612387/in-case-anyone-was-wondering-the-process-these

poketastic-things:

xelina24:

Pokeballs complete, really happy with how these came out

WHERE DID YOU GET THESE o:

I made them =)

I put the instructions on my blog here

http://xelina24.tumblr.com/post/86407612387/in-case-anyone-was-wondering-the-process-these

In case anyone was wondering the process: (these are tiny pokeballs for use on belts)

You need:
Ping pong balls
Tape
Red sharpie
Black sharpie
White topped thumb tacks
Glue
Paintbrush

1. Locate the center line on a Ping pong ball, tape an even distance away from it all the way around, then do the same on the other side of the line
2. Fill in the center of the taped area with black sharpie, give it a bit of time to dry and then remove the tape (it can be helpful to reuse the tape for further balls)
3. Using the red sharpie (I got a brush tip) colour in one half of the ball and then let it dry (a good location for drying is in the package it came in or a plastic bag)
4. Once dry, find a good spot on the black line (if you messed up somewhere this might help cover it up) and insert the thumbtack. Outline it with the black sharpie.
5. Fix up any details, straighten out the black line’a edges, and add a second coat of red sharpie.
6. Using your paintbrush, cover the black and red areas and the thumbtack, with a light coat of glue. Thin enough so that it will dry clear, but thick enough so that everything is covered. (This will prevent the sharpie from rubbing off on you or your costume, an also help make sure the thumbtacks stay in place)
7. Allow the glue to dry and admire your handiwork.
8. To attach to your belt, get some Velcro, clear and sticky backed is best, put one half on the back of the balls and the other on your belt and tada