i used transfer paper as well by meticulously cutting out each spiral and placing it on the shirt in the shape of the symbol then carefully ironing with a cloth over it aHAHA;; I’ve see people with incredible patience also paint the symbol on with fabric paint but unless you pay for it to be screen printed on you just have to be extra careful and mistakes can always be covered up with black fabric paint >w<
Sometimes i comb the wig over to cover it or i cut holes in the wefts to poke the horns through!
They are made with Model magic, that i rolled out and shaped into the horns. I let them dry for several weeks before filling in the cracks and sanding them down. Then i paint them with acrylics and once they are dry i spray them with mod podge spray. and lastly i glue them to head bands which i hide under the wig.
a seller on Ebay from search Attack on Titan cosplay boots. warning tho the prices run pretty high and some sellers are questionable so id suggest looking at official cosplay sites for the shoes.
they are mainly these green foam strips i got from Joann Fabrics which i first i glued into cylinders. then i measured the width and height of the front of my shoe and curved an arc out of the foam. i made sure my feet could go through and have the tubes lie flat. Next I sewed a tube of stretch knit, and stretched it over the foam tubes. then i slowly started gluing the extra fabric over the edges using hot glue until it fit nice and snug around the foam tube. i cut out craft foam and vinyl pieces to glue on for the details. Then i pinned an elastic on the inside of the tubes for my shoes to rest on inside.
I used the tops of plastic bottles!
omg no the harness is separate ahahaha
when fitting the straps on my body we used glue and pins and then afterwards the straps were sewn into place. DO NOT RELY ON ONLY ON HOT GLUE TO HOLD THESE STRAPS TOGETHER. sew sew sew