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Lara Croft, Tomb Raider: Underworld by FireLilyCosplay Lara Croft, Tomb Raider: Underworld by FireLilyCosplay
Photo by DF Imagery.
Costume made and modeled by me.
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belianis 3 days ago  Professional Traditional Artist
1950s/early 60s: you might consider a character of Deborah Kerr or Janet Leigh, as you look a lot like them.
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belianis Mar 22, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
How about Becky Sharp? VANITY FAIR was written by a Victorian, but its action takes place during the Regency period.
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:iconmoyashisoba:
stunningly beautiful━━(☆∀☆)━━!!!
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FireLilyCosplay Mar 21, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank you!
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belianis Mar 19, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Gorgeous!
Will you do Anna and Elsa soon?:) (Smile) 
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FireLilyCosplay Mar 21, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
No.  I do not like Frozen and I hate seeing all the incessant talk about the movie.  Sorry!
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belianis Mar 21, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
How about TANGLED? Did you like that one?
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FireLilyCosplay Mar 21, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
It's good, but not enough to cosplay from.  I tend to cosplay characters that I identify with rather than just to make a costume, and I don't identify with Rapunzel at all.
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belianis Mar 22, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
What historical periods do you find particularly inspiring? The Middle Ages span ten centuries, so there is plenty of material to choose from it.
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FireLilyCosplay Mar 22, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I'm more interested in Rococo France, 1750-1780, at the moment.  After that is 1950s/early 60s, then late 1920s/30s, then Regency, then Victorian.
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