Side Project Time! Code Name: SUMMER FUN ( A Swimsuit Cortana project)

IshidaRyusei

Jr Member
The event was a ton of fun and I can't wait to share pictures from the mini shoot I had with Everage Photography!
 

IshidaRyusei

Jr Member
Hello guys! I finally got those pictures I mentioned and I am absolutely ecstatic with the results of this cosplay. Take a look for yourselves and tell me what you all think!

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The true beauty is in the booty *coughs* incoming booty shot.
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serenko3

RCO
405th Regiment Officer
wife and I took my helmet to the beach this summer perhaps full swimsuits is the way to go. next years swim season could be a fun time for a 405th party.
 

IshidaRyusei

Jr Member
wife and I took my helmet to the beach this summer perhaps full swimsuits is the way to go. next years swim season could be a fun time for a 405th party.
Lol could very well be! I'm in the process of determining designs for a master chief and some others when I'm not busy with other projects.
 

serenko3

RCO
405th Regiment Officer
ill have to share my sketches if I can find them. I did make a unsc eagle logo tank top and shorts white logo on black however an actual green Mjolnir design could be fun
 

Roxas s Embers

Member
So, I am curious how the paint fared the water. I have been tampering with some stuff but the paint I used always seemed to wash out.
 

IshidaRyusei

Jr Member
So, I am curious how the paint fared the water. I have been tampering with some stuff but the paint I used always seemed to wash out.
The paint fared quite well after the heat setting but it does need a mild touch up in the areas where it was not so thick or opaque. I used the suit in both the lake and in a pool so I'd say it holds well.
 

serenko3

RCO
405th Regiment Officer
if using acrylics you can add a fabric medium which helps or you can heat seal it into the fabric with a hot iron, heat gun or hot blow dryer just be very carful to not make it too hot or burn the material for safety just use the iron
 

IshidaRyusei

Jr Member
if using acrylics you can add a fabric medium which helps or you can heat seal it into the fabric with a hot iron, heat gun or hot blow dryer just be very carful to not make it too hot or burn the material for safety just use the iron
Yeah, I heat sealed the whole suit with a hot iron but some of the details still got worn off just because of the paint being too thin in that area.
 
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