Pokemon Cosplay Tutorial
We absolutely love all of our Pokémon cosplays. Let’s take a quick look back at them, but be sure to visit the original posts and videos if you want to “catch ‘em all!”
- Coin for tracing
- Plastic sphere ornament (opens in the middle for two halves)
- High-gloss spray paint (red and white)
- Craft foam (black and white)
- Teal Amazon dress
- Construction paper
- Dark green fabric
How We Made It
So you want to be a Pokémon master, but you don’t have a way to quickly make pokéballs. No worries! We have a quick and easy way to make a pokéball that opens up using CosBond Attach & Build, as well as a few other basic supplies. You can create this Pokéball in no time and put the final touch on any Pokémon cosplay you might be wearing.
A broken strap can be devastating, and the worst part is that it can happen anytime and anywhere. Whether you’re in the workshop, on the floor at a con, or at a photoshoot, if your strap comes undone, it can threaten your entire cosplay. Thankfully, CosBond is here to help. In this post, we fixed a strap on our Bulbasaur cosplay using CosBond products.
Bulbasaur isn’t complete without his spots, and neither is a Bulbasaur cosplay. After we made a Bulbasaur backpack and repaired the straps using the supplies in a CosBond Healthpack, we wanted to complete the simple cosplay look by adding a Bulbasaur dress. We bought this solid teal/blue/green dress on Amazon to use as our base, but of course, Bulbasaur needs those iconic spots. To avoid all the time and frustration it would take to sew the spots on, we added them quickly using CosBond Attach & Build.