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Rochelle Goyle Cosplay 4 by msventress Rochelle Goyle Cosplay 4 by msventress
This labour of love took about 6 months to complete... on and off. All of the costume pieces where difficult to get right, so they each took alot of time. Oddly enough the skirt was the easiest and hardest part of the costume.

I am loving the Monster High franchise. Great message and beautiful doll design. Rochelle is one of my faves.
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XRavenheart Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2013  Student Photographer
you've done your dress by yourself or you've buyied it? I'm searching for a skirt/dress for my Rochelle cosplay and i really like yours! :3
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msventress Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2013
I completely scratch built it. I redrew and stenciled the design onto fabric and then sewed the skirt together.
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my-twisted-logic Featured By Owner May 29, 2013  Student Filmographer
hello! i love your cosplay and i have been interested in cosplaying rochelle too! obviously, the thing i am most confused about is the skirt. how did you make it? were the patterns painted on by hand? thank you!
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msventress Featured By Owner May 31, 2013
Thanks! The pattern was scanned from the doll's tiny skirt and I re-drew the pattern in my Adobe Illustrator program. I sized it up to my size, and printed the pattern and started cutting out the stencil by hand, took forever. But it turned out exactly how I wanted. :) I then used spray paint to apply the stencil to the skirt and then painted an iridescent glitter over top of the silver spray paint.

The skirt is just a simple Gather Skirt. I used this as a tutorial. [link]
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FuriePhoenix Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
FANGTASTIC!!! hehe! I love that you went the extra mile and did all the details on her shoes! I'm planning/working on Operetta and am dreading her shoes!
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msventress Featured By Owner May 2, 2013
Thank so much. The shoes where a little delicate so I have to fix them before I wear them again.
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FuriePhoenix Featured By Owner May 3, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
You're welcome, and aww thats a shame but they look fantastic!
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Aku-kun Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2013
i love the cos :D itīs so awesome!

i actually work on a Rochelle Cosplay too. but i have no idea how to do the wings...any pointers...pls? ^^;
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msventress Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2013
Thank you. For the wings: I purchased Halloween bat wings. They are made of a foam type material and included straps. The only drawback was that they where flat. So I glued wire to the indented parts of the wings and then shaped them to be more curved. I then did a "stone" texture spray paint and then a light grey paint. I then dabbed on specks if light and dark grey paint to add more definition.

Here is a link to the wings I bought to use as the base: [link]
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Aku-kun Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2013
thank you so much for the answer :3
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