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    From what I'm seeing, they are a reseller; so they will be certainly selling other makers' products but also as a marked-up price (typically but not limited to shipping costs). What I would do is to look for any logos and search for the maker by name; might save a bit of money to go to the maker as direct as possible.

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    Gawr Gura

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    Quote from Totsugekigu: “Good question - masks are usually commissioned and custom-made, so the cosplayer would’ve commissioned it from a mask maker. A lot of cosplayers list the maker of each of their masks somewhere on their profile, so if you’d like to look into getting a mask from the same maker starting there might be your best bet. There’s also a master list of mask makers on this site - I don’t know how recently it’s been updated, but it might help you decide what maker would be right for…

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    Quote from calendarsts: “Anxiety often arises from uncertainty in actions and feelings. To begin with, try to find out what the worries are about. Often, the main factors provoking increased anxiety in you are loneliness, health, and environment. I ran into the same problem a few weeks ago. Therefore, I decided to seek help from fherehab.com. By the way, the feeling of anxiety is very easy to confuse. Therefore, you must be attentive to yourself. It would help if you separated anxiety and fear f…

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    Quote from joaozinhoreflected: “Hey, thank you for sharing announce of the Animegao Circle Official T-Shirt. I think this t-shirt has a great design. I definetly will order this model from you. Can you please update the link because it seems like it is not working anymore? Also, if any of you like this model, I suggest you visit this online site with various cloth models phoebebridgersmerch.shop/. I especially recommend you look at their latest collection. Usually, I order from them because they…

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    R.I.P Rosie and Cici

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    Quote from TheFerbguy: “I don't think I have the full permission to submit on that area” Unfortunately, you had to be on Cici's friend list before the page was memorialised. I can't post my condolences either (and I don't think it allows it from FB pages either...). The next best thing I could do was to hold a tribute thread on Discord.

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    I'm not slim myself, change doesn't need to be big. Two basic suggestions I can make is to go for "no added sugar" stuff, or go sugar-free where possible. But I recommend you do that gradually, as instantaneous changes could cause body shock. Also, avoid high salt, as that can increase your blood pressure.

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    Because COVID has been reportedly in the media making a comeback, I would treat any given delivery/courier information with caution and give it a "subject to change" treatment.

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    Haaaiiloooooo!!!!

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    Quote from r2000: “RTX 3060 is a fine card for price/quality if you play video games.” Besides gaming, having a decent card, alongside other fundamental components, is a must for media and content production; especially if you're thinking of going 4K and beyond. Owing to the thread title, here's a photo of my desktop, Xenovia*: kigurumionline.org/index.php/A…3fb400f6fbf258d54c81fbd55 Despite being a not-so-recent 9th-generation Core i9, octo-core, system, she is fully decked out with an RTX 3070…

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    Question?

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    A point I would like to add is to avoid the thinner stuff as that won't maintain a smooth curve, nor will it last either.

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    Skinsuit repair

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    Replace it. Strictly-speaking, hadatais are a "consumable" in animegao-kigurumi parlance, so will need replacing anyways eventually at some point.

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    Hello!

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    Hey all

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    Hiii!

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    What you should do in that case is get the zipper up to the neck, insert the breast forms, then zip up the rest of the way. Also, it may help if you have a lanyard to hand to use as a pull cord.

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    ʕ´• ᴥ•̥`ʔ Hai hi !

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    hi! :D

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    Detachable gloves is a good idea for cons that use wrist bands; you just don't know when you may find yourself facing a random stop.

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    I have heard on one occasion of a zentai printing service, but the name of it eludes me... though just for arm markings is unrealistic. Also, even as a "tattoo" or inked into the fabric, it could bleed out and discolour the rest of the fabric during cleaning. I hope this information will help.