It’s hard to really put into words how much I love this game. It’s also hard to put into words how insane we were to tackle the Super Homie costumes they got along with their super powers in the simulation. But oh man was it worth it!
This was my first time working with stretch vinyl and I’m still figuring out how to make craft foam do my biding. But bedazzling that thing. I had that covered.
Heather and I had a ton of fun wearing these costumes together especially when we pretended to call up super powers like fireballs.
I’m looking forward to making a few improvements to this costume and hopefully wearing it again to Dragon*Con this year!
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Katsucon? Time to spacesuit up like only the Saints can and boy were these the perfect costumes for the weather.
Me and the fine folks of Sew&Bro/Zhobot have been pretty obsessed with Saints Row IV since its release back in August and it was really only a matter of time before we decided to make another set of costumes for the characters. I loved Asha Odekar in the game so freaking much that I just want to do all of her costumes now.
These costumes came together over the course of a few marathon patterning and sewing sessions and everyone pitched in to help. I’ll admit though: there’s a chance that I might’ve been a bit in character those days and pushed us pretty hard to get the patches done.
Don’t ever ask about the crotch patches. Never. At the end of the day though, we were all thrilled with how the suits came out and felt pretty darn badass wearing them around the Gaylord!
Johnny Gat: Denis
Kinzie Kensington: Heather
Matt Miller: Nate
Asha Odekar: Bria
Photography by Zhobot
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