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Cosplayer angelywen > Costume of Riza Hawkeye (FullMetal Alchemist: Brotherhood)

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08-18-2015
Series
FullMetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
Character
Riza Hawkeye
Year Completed:
2015
Construction Difficulty:
Normal
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About this Costume
Construction Details:
(Note that this costume is currently incomplete~I have yet to make the military jacket, but since there are scenes in the anime/manga where Riza isn't wearing it, I figured it was permissible)



Luckily since FMA has been around for well over a decade now, there are TONS of tutorials on how to make the costume. Really the only thing I had to figure out from scratch was the wig, as a lot of the best stylings I had seen involved using one's actual hair ^^;



Black shirt was a t-shirt I modified into a turtleneck.



I actually used a pattern *GASP* for the pants, though I heavily altered it. It was some simplicity dress pants pattern, but I made the pant legs much more baggy and also used velcro and eye/hooks instead of a zipper/button to save time. I have yet to add pockets to it for accuracy.



The Buttcape has interfacing in it and has snaps that attach it to the pants as well as hooks/eyes that keep it secured around my waist.



The gun is a cosplay prop my brother bought while we were in Japan, and as such the red stopper *can* be taken off so it looks like a real gun, but obviously I had to keep it in for safety reasons.
Personal Thoughts:
I've been dying to cosplay Riza ever since I watched FMA/FMA:Brotherhood. Definitely a new experience wearing a light-colored wig and learning how to properly handle gun props, but it's been fun~I might just end up cosplaying every possible iteration of Riza Hawkeye there exists if my FMA obsession lasts long enough, haha.
Wig Details
Wig Brand
Arda Wigs
Wig Name
Ferrari
Original Color:
Lemon Drop
Wig Quality Rating
5 / 5.00
Styling Notes
I took quite a bit of time devising a way to style the wig in a way that was accurate and still managed to cover my dark hair. I sewed a flexible com into the wig so the weight of the up-do wouldn't pull my wig back too much. I tied two ponytails using clear hairbands; one higher up to fake the hair being pulled back and another much lower that I then twisted up into the hair clip. Copious amounts of hairspray used to get the bangs and the up-do to stay in place.
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