This is what my usual work table looks like... messy, paints all over, small...
As you people see, I'm not that kind of a big-time Hollywood costume and prop maker. I've been making costumes and props since 2008 and since then, I only settled for a 26 x 26 inch study table that I consider as a "workbench table" because that is the only thing that could fit in my room.
This is not a dramatic, pity-seeking post, ladies and gentlemen. I would just like to show you and say that you do not actually have to be that wealthy and fortunate enough to produce your dream cosplay/s. You do not have to spend so much money for a ridiculously expensive cosplay materials or buy one online. But hey, don't get me wrong. If you have the capability to do so, then go. Do it. Nobody's stopping you. It's your money.
My only point here is that, there are so many stuff lying around you that is waiting to be used and it's just a matter of perseverance, dedication and commitment on how you could manipulate these "cheap" things for you to pull-off you epic dream cosplay build. Also, remember to have fun and enjoy what you're doing because this is your key to awesomeness!
Happy building! :D
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