Pretzl Cosplay

Thank you for visiting my page! If you are looking to work together, have sponsorship proposals or if you are a convention that wants to invite me to their event, then please either send me an e-mail via or send me a PM on this page. I will answer as soon as I can! I always love to be part of conventions so I would love to receive your invites :) I love to travel around the globe and meet fans and inspire them to create awesome costumes. I can also host panels about cosplay (in Dutch and English), judge cosplay contests, do QandA panels, do interviews, promote your event on my social media pages (Instagram 31K followers, Facebook 20K followers), do signing sessions, bring prints and books, be a walking act wearing my costumes and much more! Just ask me for the conditions ;) If you are looking to get a Costume Design, please send me a PM on this page and we will work it out! I love to design costumes so bring it on :) Curious to see my work on other parts of the interwebs? Here you can find my Instagram: My homepage: My Etsy store: If you want to send me something (My birthday is the 28th of october *hint hint* haha) then you can use this address: Pretzl Cosplay Keurenplein 41 Box A1512 1069CD Amsterdam Netherlands If you are curious what I love then check out my Amazon wishlist here: LOL of course you don't have to send stuff, but if you want to, it's good to know it's possible :) I am so thrilled to receive your package :D Don't forget to write your name on it if you don't want to be an anonymous giver ;) I will try to open as many as I can during my livestreams at I stream 3 times a week, at monday, wednesday and friday around 2/3 PM (CEST) Thank you <3
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Pretzl CosplayTuesday, October 16th, 2018 at 4:19am
Worbla is great for armor pieces that need to be strong :) I love to work with it! And for the attachments for for example a breastplate, I like to use D-rings and attach (fake leather or elastic) belts to them. There is this really strong type of Worbla with a mesh fabric on one side that is called Worbla's Meshed Art. This is a very strong material and also really sticky. That's why I love to use if to make my attachments on my Worbla armor pieces!

Worbla is from Cast4Art and in the Netherlands you can get it at CosplayClues
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Pretzl CosplayTuesday, October 16th, 2018 at 3:40am
My convention season is over for this year!
Do you still go to conventions in 2018? If you ever want to see me at a convention near you (no matter where on the world) just ask the convention organizers to invite me there :D I'd love to meet you!

And don't think that because my convention season is over, I will just sit on my butt and don't do anything ;) I will of course be creating costumes, writing E-books, making videos and of course make my hats and hoodies!
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Pretzl CosplayMonday, October 15th, 2018 at 9:06pm
Horizon Zero Dawn, one of my absolute favorite games! What's your favorite game? Do you have suggestions for someone who loves games like Horizon Zero Dawn, Witcher 3 and Skyrim?

This photo is one of the photos we took in the mountains in Austria. We visited this place before and I just HAD to shoot with Aloy there some day! And a week ago, we did it! This landscape looks so much like the one in the game Horizon Zero Dawn. It was just perfect :D

This photo is one of the images in my 2019 cosplay calendar! You can still get it in the pre-order with 3 free prints if you are quick ;)
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Pretzl CosplayFriday, October 12th, 2018 at 8:18pm
The calendar is open for pre-orders!!!! YASH!

You can find it here

If you are a Patron, you will even get a discount on the calendar!

And did you know that all pre-orders get free prints with their calendar???

I ship worldwide of course <3
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Pretzl CosplayFriday, October 12th, 2018 at 7:00pm
Worbla is not only good for making armor but also for details on your costume! Remember the silicone mold I made for my Astrid cosplay? I ended up using it in combination with Worbla's Finest Art to make the spikes for the skirt.

So I just took some Worbla leftovers that I still had. Because Worbla can be reused endlessly you shouldn't throw away your scraps! I heated up the scraps and mushed them together as clay. Then I pressed it into the mold. Silicone can stand a lot of heat so it works great for the warm Worbla! Then it needed to cool down a bit before I could take them out. And then I just repeated it until I had 10 sets of 4 different sized spikes. I also numbered the spikes on the bottom so I could easily sort them later.

Why I chose Worbla for this and not foam? Well, I wanted the spikes to have some weight to them. This would make the skirt fall more 'real' because the spikes resembled metal.

Worbla is from Cast4Art and in the Netherlands you can get it at CosplayClues
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