Racketboy Podcast #52 – Cosplay with Crystal and Todd Graziano

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In this episode Dave & John sit down with husband and wife cosplayers Crystal and Todd Graziano for an interview.  They cover costume design and construction, the social details of the cosplay world, and tips for beginners.

You can see more of Crystal’s cosplay at:

http://www.facebook.com/crystalcosfx

http://www.crystalcosfx.com/

you can also follow her on Twitter: @itsprecioustime

 

We’re on Twitter: @racketboypodcst

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–Show Outline:–

Links mentioned by Crystal:
http://www.therpf.com/ 
https:/smooth-on.com
  • (Mass Effect 3 OST – The Fate of the Galaxy)
  • Intro
  • (Dragon Age Origins – Ruins of Ostagar)
  • Interview
  • Discussion
  • (OCRemix – Metal Gear Solid – Liquid Metal)

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