Here are some other places to learn about making cool armaments.
Here's a topic that can take over your life: cosplay. If you are unfamiliar with cosplay (short for costume play), it's a subculture of anime and sci-fi enthusiasts that combines role-playing and fashion into a type of performance art. Cosplayers are often are very dedicated, spending all their free time and money on impressive and elaborate outfits.
The second post in the DIY Halloween 2010 series is dedicated to those ingenious and slightly obsessed Star Wars fans.
We're scrambling to get out of town. Heading for NYC and parts north for a Fire Island wedding and family time. We will also be delivering some fab pieces to a new gallery in Manhattan. [...]
We returned last night from Charlotte, where we spent the weekend at ConCarolinas. Met some talented folks there who welcomed us warmly. It wasn't a great weekend for sales though. I think our prices were [...]
We enjoyed ourselves at Fanaticon last Saturday, a new comic book con right here in Asheville, NC. The organizers worked hard and did a great job on promotion. More than 3000 people came. It was [...]
We had a good time at our first anime convention, MomoCon. It was held at Georgia Tech in Atlanta last weekend. We drove down and back on Sunday (3.5 hours each way) which made for [...]
I've been exploring several online communities lately in order to get Organic Armor out in the world more. One site I'm enjoying is Cosplay.com. It's a massive site with thousands of members. Cosplay, if you [...]