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Every time cosplayers attend a convention there are a few items that they should not be leaving at home. Sometimes not every item is needed, but here are some of the less-obvious essentials of cosplay:
1. Duct Tape
Duct tape is a quick-fix essential in cosplay. If props or Eva foam armour break, or get damaged, duct tape is usually the quickest and best way repair it. Small rolls of duct tape can even be carried around on the con floor, just in case. If you forget duct tape, however, there is usually some at a cosplay repair station if that convention has one.
2. Hot Glue Gun
Another quick fix essential, the hot glue, is sometimes more useful than people realize. If a prop breaks in a way that duct tape could not repair without the damage being made more obvious, hot glue is a good backup. If »
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For those who’ve never seen the multi-award winning Star Trek Continues, don’t dismiss it as “just” a fan-made web show. That does the series an injustice. It’s more than that. As someone whose been a Star Trek fan for over 40 years, and grew up with William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy and the rest of the original crew of the USS Enterprise, I never ceased to be amazed by how well this show captures the essence of the great show I adored in my childhood. It’s a terrific homage, made by people who love the original Star Trek. »
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