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I'm very sorry that I've been neglecting you for so long.  I'll be paying more attention from now on.

Here's a sad story: I wanted to change my name a while back so I scooped up an excellent name of choice for a profile.  But alas now that we have the power to change names I can't take what I created long ago.  I forgive you for your silly rules DA.  Let's be friends again.

~Vincent.

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Hi,

I'm Vincent. Thanks for visiting my page!

A little about what I have posted so far..
I make my own costumes and have been honored with photos from some great photographers.

If you see me at a convention come up and say hi. I love meeting new people!

Please feel free to leave me a comment or send me a message. I would love to hear what you think.

~Vincent Love

Current Residence: New York

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RaindropCosplay Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Hi there! First off great job on your Oni Link! You put so many details into it! Second, I found your page after visiting Kudrel-Cosplay's page and saw that you had made the mask for Ergo Proxy!  I was just wondering if you had any suggestions or tips on how to make it because I'm trying to make an Ergo Proxy cosplay for my fiance and that mask is throwing me off in all sorts of ways hahaha!
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leveledup Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014
Hi! Thanks!

I would suggest that you sculpt the mask on a mannequin head. I helped someone the other day with suggesting the following: "The mask was sculpted with lightweight stone clay on a mannequin head over a wire frame. Each hair dread thing was made out of wire mesh and soft foam and covered in fabric.

If you are using a mannequin head be careful that many of them are smaller than actual people."
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Auradell Featured By Owner May 29, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Your vincent cosplay turned out amazing! If you don't mind me asking, how did you do the mask? My friends and I are wanting to do an Ergo Proxy group and I am really not sure how to go about the Vincent mask... Thanks! :iconlainloveplz:
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leveledup Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2014
Hi Auradell. Thanks!

I really should get a picture of my ergo proxy here :P

The mask was sculpted with lightweight stone clay on a mannequin head over a wire frame. Each hair dread thing was made out of wire mesh and soft foam and covered in fabric.

If you are using a mannequin head be careful that many of them are smaller than actual people. Or maybe I have a big head.
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Auradell Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
haha Thanks so much for the reply! That sounds like it took a lot of time. I hope that when I finally get around to making my Ergo Proxy cosplays they turn out just as perfect! :iconfurryhuggleplz: 
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Mikacosplay Featured By Owner May 5, 2014  Student Photographer
I see that you are doing into the yaoi cosplay now Vincent!?1 XD I'm prod of you! Makoto is my favorite gay ever! >____< haha Can't wait to see more pictures of you in new costumes!! :D 
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leveledup Featured By Owner May 7, 2014
hahaha! Free! is such a good show, and he's the best character, so I had no choice but to cosplay him. XP
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Mikacosplay Featured By Owner May 12, 2014  Student Photographer
feel free to post more chest cosplay! XD 
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FiWithASmile Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hey can I ask you a cosplay question?  I'm going to Anime Boston this March as Fierce Deity (I'm asking you this because you did a FD cosplay and you went to AnimeBoston earlier).  

Anywho, I made his sword to be almost as tall as me, which is about as tall as your helix sword, and I just gotta know: Will I be allowed to carry that around in the convention?  
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leveledup Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2014
AB had a rule a couple years back that a prop could be a maximum of 6 feet long (mine was exactly 6'). Staff sometimes will ask you to go to the weapons check room to have your prop verified to be safe. The policy may have changed but it will definitely be posted on their site when it gets closer to convention time.

Convention staff will give you less trouble if you're very careful and conscious of your surroundings when posing and moving around.
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