Mass Effect Kasumi latex costume cosplay is made of 0,6-2,0 mm latex and latex foam . Suit, hood, gloves and shoes are included. All silver designs are ingrained in the latex, meaning it won’t wear or rub off.
Trims are made of phosphorescent latex. Zippers are made on shoulders.
I’d like to know if this costume is available also for men. Thus, could you please tell me how much would it cost and do you accept PayPal payments?
If you can’t write the price here please write me by e-mail, since I haven’t found yours.
That suit costs nearly four times as much as a moderate-quality catsuit from several tailors and Web sites, but I’ve never seen anyone come so close, inch by inch, to recreating Kasumi’s outfit. I have that kind of money, but to spend on a costume I might not wear a lot =X *bounces up and down* I can’t decide…
Since Kasumi’s outfit is also used as the N7 Fury’s outfit in the ME3 multiplayer, is there by any chance a way to alter the black base of the suit to a navy or a sea blue? And/or add an N7 insignia on the right breast? If not, it’s still definitely on my list of things to save up side cash for ^.^ Please don’t go out of business!
Really? I’m thinking to start selling ” four moderate-quality catsuit” to start making money at last. I believe there is 10 times more work on this costume than “moderate-quality catsuit”. I spend 17 days to assemble the costume and 4 days for production of the material. It’s possible to make colors changes to costume but you have to send me pictures with change, and sign them. Add an N7 insignia is the simplest thing I can do for half an hour.
Well, the major hurdle for me right now is finding a place that can take precise measurements for a custom fit. All in all, the time and effort you put into the suit in the model photos comes through clearly and wonderfully. You should be proud of it. I’m not sure what the average cosplay fan doles out for their own costumes, so I suppose I can’t judge =)
(On a side note, amazon.com does have some lower-quality latex catsuits tailored closely to look like Neon Genesis Evangelion’s plugsuits, and they run anywhere from $200-500 US. They don’t have the trim, lining, hoob or attention to detail this one does, so I’d say unless you haven’t sold any, there’s still a market for it.)
In short. I’m tired of moans about the cost of the costume. I do what I like now and I sell it sometimes. I’ll have tired soon of it and I’ll sell the standard catsuit, dresses with ruffles, body with a gentle pattern, designer panties for 100 euros, kimonos and live doll suits. I’ll start making money via this nonsense like all. Another two masters throughout the world who I know did such elaborate costumes and have stopped this job and you’ve convinced me too … almost.