Hmm, well actually, I got it off of eBay, but I remember distinctly that it had a long swathe of emo bangs when I first bought it, and that I stitched that swathe into the wig so I could get the shape of his bangs right.
Oh hai! I have to say, It looked AMAZING when I saw it in person! I think I like this cosplay better on you than the regular Dave cosplay. But you do both really well! I just remembered the cards you gave us at Nekocon and I found you here on DA.
Thanks again so much for our Hetalia Comissions. My sister is still freaking out over her 1920s Alfred picture. We will most likely frame them soon.
And even though I've already said it like, a hundred times by now, thanks for talking to us! It really made the con so much more enjoyable than it already was! You're probably the nicest artist alley vendor I've met! I hope I see you again at some other con! And good luck on all your artwork and life and etc.
Well, I actually bought the base tee-shirt and some fabric paints at Michael's. Then, since I don't have a scanner, I just kind of... XD;; held several cardstock papers against my computer screen and traced-out the few stencils that I needed to use as guides for painting the shirt by hand. I really laid it on thick and now? I'm super super attached to this shirt, dude! ♥
Awww, lucky! :C Give my love to the Hamsteaks for me, okay? Tell them that Trickster!Dave is posting all sorts of trickster-esque things in their Tumblrs, such things up to and maybe including Stridercest as per the level irony. Or trickery. Trickirony.