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League of Legends Heartseeker Ashe Cosplay

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Yaya Han’s newest costume is Heartseeker Ashe from League of Legends. It’s bright and colorful, and she based the design on a piece of fan art featuring the character. The art is slightly different than the Heartseeker skin in the actual game. As usual, Han put a little of her own style into the outfit. Here’s what she said about construction:

So for Heartseeker Ashe, I used a variety of fabrics and mixed them together. I also tapered the jacket to be wider at the bottom and made a double circle skirt instead of the mini skirt in the game rendering. I thought the wider bottom would balance out the puffy sleeves and big hair and give me a more feminine silhouette.
I started collecting materials for this costume as soon as possible, and chose luxurious fabrics such as red silk, a lavender swirl patterned satin, a maroon brocade, and a matte metallic plum colored pvc. I made a red silk bodice and then tailored the jacket over it. The jacket is fully lined and custom patterned. The cape drapes almost like a flag in the game, so I made it t be stiff and heavy. The thigh high boot covers, garters, gloves, choker and shoe hearts rounded out the outfit.
All of the gold trimming on the costume is hand patterned and cut gold neoprene, sewn on. I discovered this technique by accident and was so thrilled with how easy it was to work with, and how sleek it looks. Definitely recommend others to try making trim with metallic neoprene!
I also made the heart shaped hair piece out of Worbla! The wig started off as a Matilda from Arda – I gradient dyed it from white to light blue, as a bridge between the splash art and the game render, and styled big barrel curls into it.

Keep up with all of Yaya Han’s cosplay work at Facebook.

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via Cosplay Blog, photo by N8e


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