Rococo Sailor Moon Costume Redesigns and Print Sale!


After I finished my Sailor Moon Idol designs, I wanted to do some truly opulent, over-the-top rococo inspired Sailor Moon designs. I have so much nostalgia connected to Sailor Moon and magical girl series. The new Sailor Moon Crystal series has reminded me how much I love Sailor Moon and how each girl has her own personality and style.

I came up with these Rococo designs inspired by the Japanese artist Sakizou, Japanese lolita fashion and a little bit of historical 18th and 19th century fashion.  Even though I’m a professional animation artist I’m also a cosplayer and historical costumer, so I wanted to make something beautiful and very detailed that a fellow costumer might enjoy making. I imagine them made with beautiful lace, elaborate trim and rhinestones. There are lots of special details in each Sailor’s outfit based on their personalities and original costumes. For example, Rococo Sailor Venus has tights inspired by her transformation background and her Love Chain. Rococo Sailor Mars has stars taken from her original earrings. Mercury has a lot of pearl and dot details inspired by her bubble and water attacks. Jupiter is covered in roses and Sailor Moon with moon and brooches.  Most of the poses are based on their classic transformation end poses.

Personal signed print sale preorder now!

If you would like to buy a print of any of these OR the Sailor Moon Pop Idol designs or any Sailor Moon prints from this page, too!, please email me at (replace AT with @) with the Subject Line of “PRINT SALE”.

All single-Sailor (Idol or Rococo) prints are available in sizes:  8×12″ ($8) and 11×17″ ($12).

The composite Inner Senshi (Idol or Rococo) prints are available in sizes: 8×12″ ($8), 11×17″ ($12) and a large 20×30″ ($20) poster size!

All prints bought directly from me will be signed. I will also combine shipping if you order multiple prints. Please note that this is a preorder sale so there will be a delay in shipping! Paypal orders with USA shipping only, sorry! $4 shipping for all prints except the large 20×30″ poster, it ships for $9

You can also find my work at Society6 and Redbubble.







Remember that the Idol Sailors are available, too!

I was a Guest of Honor at Fresno Ani-Jam this past weekend. I had a lovely time. All the staff and attendees were very friendly. I really liked the geek solidarity atmosphere of the convention. If you’re near the Fresno area, you should go! I had fun giving a panel on working in animation and dressing in lolita. Thanks for asking good questions, Ani-Jammers!

Here’s a few photos from our Ani-Jam trip.

For the first morning I wore a casual outfit inspired by Makoto (Sailor Jupiter) and wore my Kuma Craft Jupiter wand necklace.

Later I changed into my Kiss the Girl Ariel and Annie wore her Snow White!

The hotel had a lovely indoor area with a waterfall!

I HAD to get a couple photos in my Ariel costume with it! 🙂 Photos by Annie.

There was a great Jack Sparrow! The next day he had a cool Mad Hatter, too!

An adorable Eilonwy from the Black Cauldron

Steampunk Tinkerbelle!

Instead of eating in the hotel for every meal, since Annie and I had not been to Fresno before and we had a car, we found close restaurants on yelp and ate there as a little side adventure! This was gnocchi at an adorable Italian family restaurant.

And here was the best enchiladas!

I was really excited to see these lolita Avengers, Captain America and Thor! I wore my Haenuli Little Prince dress.
Lolita Avengers

Thanks for the good times, Fresno!

Roadtrip home!

This Friday Fave is the gorgeous gowns of Elizaveta Ruchkina (Lizchen) from Moscow.
Her personal blog is here (in Russian) and her DeviantArt is here. She mostly does historically inspired gowns. Perhaps my favorite is her historical mixed with lolita (EGL Japanese fashion) gowns. Her work is so wonderfully detailed and perfectly styled.
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Most photography by Iglaness. Below, Kolomenskoye at Alexey Mikhailovich’s Castle. Сostume inspired by the oprichnina times. Photography by snowmice.

I wore my Haenuli Dreaming Cinderella dress to see the Beauty and the Beast musical at the Pantages theater.

I’d never been to the Pantages before. I’m not generally a fan of Art Deco but this theater was gorgeous! I’m so glad they decided to restore it. I highly recommend seeing a show here if you can. The Beauty and the Beast musical was lovely. The Belle was particularly good and I really enjoyed the costumes.

I wore my beloved rose bell jar necklace.
Haenuli Dreaming Cinderella

Here is my teapot and teacup ring.

I love my Haenuli dress! The fabric design is great and the dress is very well made.  Their items run longer than other brands so they fit my height better.
Haenuli Dreaming Cinderella

I accidentally found Clara Bow’s star!cinderella03

Isn’t the theater gorgeous?


Here is the glowing rose before the show opened.