This is a very nice photo of Ashe from League of Legends, taken by none the other but the awesome N8e cosplay photography. My friend Cladi is the best Ashe out there (yes, modesty is one of my traits, too!) The bow is still missing, I need to buy serious protection to make it, since the smell of the resin gets me instantly sick, but.... soon, I guess
I'll try to make some time to post some more patterns for Ashe, sorry, I'm terribly busy
I wrapped my friend's leg in kitchen wrap and then duct tape and made a pattern of her leg and extended the lower part with paper to get that pointy shape. Then I cut the pattern in 8 strips and made it out of a very soft foam. Covered in in acrylic paint mixed with latex and then painted it. That's about it... It has a crack in the back that is put together with velcro to allow the heel to pass through the narrow part for the ankle.
Oh, let me see if I remember... I know that the golden part was made out of wonderflex. The bottom part... I think it was foam covered in the same fabric the whole costume was made out of and then the two parts glued together.
I'm working on an Ashe cosplay myself. If you don't mind me asking, how do you attach the shoulder armor, hood, and cape together? I've been staring at reference photos and the Ashe model for god know how long and I can't seem to figure it out.
The dress came around the neck, the shoulder pads had velcro on two sides on the inside, front and back. In front on the corner towards the neck an it would attach to another piece of velcro sewn on the dress and in the back it would have two pieces of velcro, on both corners (towards the neck and towards the outside. The cape got attached with velcro to the whole thing in 5 places, all on the top edge: in the middle to the dress - the part that went around the neck - and four spots towards the outside, that coincided with the four pieces of velcro on the back inside of the shoulder pads. The hood just came on top, without any need for velcro. The cape was pretty heavy, so it lifted up the dress a bit from the front, but there was no better way of doing it, I think.