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Felicia HQ 1 by ZOMBIEBITME Felicia HQ 1 by ZOMBIEBITME
Felicia from Darkstalkers
costume made and modeled by me.
wig and make up styled by me.
Photography by Trillance.
www.zombiebit.me
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6Hammer6 Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2014  New member
That's damn sexy
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yohannbiimu Featured By Owner May 12, 2014
Yowza!  Love the claws...and the other accessories... 
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ShareMyCosplay Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2013
!!!!
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Seumda Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You can't never go wrong with pretty model and Felicia, but wow that watermark isn't pretty at all, ^^
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CaseyDecker Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
You look very nice and lovely dressed up as Felicia in these pictures, that's for sure! :D
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mpz28427 Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2013
stunning pic's omfg 

& love the costume, it came out great :)
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997536 Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2013
pics*
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Shen-fn-Woo Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Like the costume and all, but one thing I've never seen a cosplayer do in attempt to play Felicia that I find odd.  Why not use liquid latex instead, and cover the edges with fur wrappings or what have you?  Of course you could use normal clothing means for the naughty part lower torso (I don't consider boobs to be naughty), and of course you also have to consider the tail, headband, ears, nails and choker, but you'd be free of the task of having to craft together leggings and long gloves and the fur patches.  Probably wouldn't be practical for outdoors due to something failing in the end, but would be wonderful for a photo shoot.
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ZOMBIEBITME Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2013  Professional Artist
First off yes that'd be way to much of a hassle having to re do the costume every convention and painful to take off x___x I'm no fan of liquid latex i've been covered in it before. also that would cost a lot more then making the costume out of fabric... sure great for a shoot but I already have the costume sooooo I rather show off the skills I put into that then glue fur to myself.. I'm sure if you tell that to a model who likes that character but hasn't done it yet then they'd probably like your idea.. 
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Shen-fn-Woo Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Holy shit you type fast.

Anyway, I wouldn't consider anyone wear it to a convention (just a shoot), but I get what you're saying.  Damn, it's really that bad?  Holy crap.  And it sounded so cheap and easy to use from what I was seeing advertised when I looked it up some time ago.

And by no means would I want you to neglect your work.  I only wondered why no one has used it yet, seeing as it would make a more accurate Felicia cosplay - I'm a geek for accuracy, you should see my attempts to make Transformers toys more resemble their in movie CG counterparts.
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