Every time I go hiking I end up thinking: You could do a great costume shooting, with all those beautiful mountains. So this time we packed a dress, stopped on a moor that’s right on a seaside cliff.
It was Cyranil’s first time as a photographer, and we underestimated a lot of thing. Like the wind, for example. Ever tried posing for a photo while you are literally being swept off your feet?
But then wind is awesome in photos…
This dress was made by Celefindel creations a few years back, I made her an elven battle dress in exchange. I’ve had it with me on most Larps, but since I mostly wear armour, there have been no photos until now.
This Photo was taken by Nummi after a sucessful battle inside an enemy camp. Looking at it I see so many things I want to add to the armour.I like the colour contrast of the black and green gate.
Usually the Embroidery on the back of this robe is hidden by my hair. Not sure what drove me to put my character’s crest there.
Thank you to Liz-Sai/Mioon for taking the Photo.
I made this gown for a masquerade last winter. I fell totally in love with the Orlesian gowns from Dragon Age Inquisition, So I tried my own interpretation.
At the ball I played a one-shot character, but I am going to use this gown for my mage, Ambra Ymris.
The Photos were taken by Moritz Jendral. Please check out his Facebook Page.
“When autumn came, she left Nan-Elmoth behind. It was no longer home to her. Elrian was no longer a child.”
Taken by Deneriel in 2013.
Moritz Jendral took this lovely photo of our Group of Characters, with me right at the centre. It is the first one I have of the gown I started planning back in December. It’s mostly influenced by the Orlesian ball gowns featured in Dragon Age Inquisition. It also has an animal theme: A black Swan.
And done! No one will ever notice all those glass beads on the skirt…
The waistcoat alone took an eternity to make, but I am quite happy how it turned out.