I'm Nicole, I'm 28 and I'm Canadian. Love Doctor Who, Sherlock, Supernatural, Marvel, Emma Stone, Avengers, Crafts and a ton of other things. Formerly sparklinghallow.tumblr.com
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osointricate:

Excuse me, Marvel?

Yes hi.  Big fan.  Really.  But um, could you maybe, you know:

  • Black Widow put her in everything okay
  • More Falcon even if it’s like he shows up and eats pizza and tells everyone to believe in themselves 
  • Like a lot of Hawkeye movies at least four Hawkeye movies
  • Take care of Chris Evans he’s special to me
  • Bucky okay like let him cry on screen that’d be nice please

Love,

A fan

PS Please

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thatdjspider:

#TipTuesday - COSTUME CHECKLIST Having a checklist handy while you pack is the easiest way to keep from forgetting a crucial piece of your costume at home. I try to create one for every costume I do, and either keep it with the costume itself (if I can) or in a binder, so when I’m ready to wear it again, I know I can find everything. I divided mine into sections and subsections, as I needed them. The first section is all about the costume itself - the Main Pieces (bodysuit, etc), Shoes (boots, etc), Accessories (Belts, capes, jewelry, etc) and Props (Swords, bags, etc). I have a section to the side to note if I need to clean or repair anything before it’s next outing as well (nothing like forgetting that you meant to reinforce a seam somewhere…and then the seam goes thppptt!) Then I go into Support - undies, shapewear, hose, socks for boots, etc. Again, a section on the side if I need to clean or replace anything (I go through tights like whoa!) There’s a section for Make-Up, which lets me jot down if I’m using a certain shade of lipstick, or eyebrow pencil to match a wig. Special Effects are for things like body make-up, spirit gum or contacts. And the Supplies section remind me to bring spirit gum *remover*, any special brushes or sponges I need, and my old washcloth that I use to wipe my make-up-y hands with because I feel stupid-guilty using the super-white hotel ones.  Next is Hair - for wigs and hair, there’s always stuff you need to remember: wig caps, bobby pins, hair spray, brushes, even a wig head if you need one. And as most of my wigs live separately from the costumes, this section is super-key for me! Finally, a Fix-It Supplies section reminds me to check my emergency sewing kit for extra snaps, matching thread, safety pins, glue gun, paint, etc. Other is for anything else that I need to remember about it (“Pee first!” is pretty common but also the order I need to put things on in). When I pack the costume away I try to make notes when it’s fresh in my head, if I need to buy or replace something. I also always attach a reference image to this sheet: the character, a make-up reference (for more complicated paint jobs) or even of all the pieces together, if you need a visual guide. This is a link to the checklist I created (.pdf format). Feel free to use it as a reference to create your own, or use it as is!
http://bit.ly/1c4IP9I

thatdjspider:

#TipTuesday - COSTUME CHECKLIST

Having a checklist handy while you pack is the easiest way to keep from forgetting a crucial piece of your costume at home. I try to create one for every costume I do, and either keep it with the costume itself (if I can) or in a binder, so when I’m ready to wear it again, I know I can find everything.

I divided mine into sections and subsections, as I needed them. The first section is all about the costume itself - the Main Pieces (bodysuit, etc), Shoes (boots, etc), Accessories (Belts, capes, jewelry, etc) and Props (Swords, bags, etc). I have a section to the side to note if I need to clean or repair anything before it’s next outing as well (nothing like forgetting that you meant to reinforce a seam somewhere…and then the seam goes thppptt!)

Then I go into Support - undies, shapewear, hose, socks for boots, etc. Again, a section on the side if I need to clean or replace anything (I go through tights like whoa!)

There’s a section for Make-Up, which lets me jot down if I’m using a certain shade of lipstick, or eyebrow pencil to match a wig. Special Effects are for things like body make-up, spirit gum or contacts. And the Supplies section remind me to bring spirit gum *remover*, any special brushes or sponges I need, and my old washcloth that I use to wipe my make-up-y hands with because I feel stupid-guilty using the super-white hotel ones.

Next is Hair - for wigs and hair, there’s always stuff you need to remember: wig caps, bobby pins, hair spray, brushes, even a wig head if you need one. And as most of my wigs live separately from the costumes, this section is super-key for me!

Finally, a Fix-It Supplies section reminds me to check my emergency sewing kit for extra snaps, matching thread, safety pins, glue gun, paint, etc. Other is for anything else that I need to remember about it (“Pee first!” is pretty common but also the order I need to put things on in). When I pack the costume away I try to make notes when it’s fresh in my head, if I need to buy or replace something.

I also always attach a reference image to this sheet: the character, a make-up reference (for more complicated paint jobs) or even of all the pieces together, if you need a visual guide.

This is a link to the checklist I created (.pdf format). Feel free to use it as a reference to create your own, or use it as is!


http://bit.ly/1c4IP9I

I did Kara’s nails today with the leftover tips from doing mine the other day. She’s super happy to be wearing Loki nails! Now we match 😊  #naileditec @espionage_cosmetics

I did Kara’s nails today with the leftover tips from doing mine the other day. She’s super happy to be wearing Loki nails! Now we match 😊 #naileditec @espionage_cosmetics

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grizandnorm:

Tuesday Tips SUPER WEEK - HandsThis is the first post about hands. Other posts about hands in the future will cover “hands in relationship to the body”, “different characters, different hands”, “expressive hands” and “hands touching things”. If you have suggestions for Tuesday Tips, write me a personal message.Norm

grizandnorm:

Tuesday Tips SUPER WEEK - Hands

This is the first post about hands. Other posts about hands in the future will cover “hands in relationship to the body”, “different characters, different hands”, “expressive hands” and “hands touching things”. If you have suggestions for Tuesday Tips, write me a personal message.

Norm