Here to answer questions!>>9566779
You could probably make a duct tape pattern pretty easiy, just remember to add ~1 inch of ease for breathing and .5 inches to all sides for seam allowance.
Otherwise, I think if you can find a high neck victorian shirt pattern they're pretty similar without all the bells and whistles (male patterns might be closer).>>9561322
If he's willing and not always readily accessible for fittings, it might be helpful to make a duct tape dressform out of him so that you have a good draping base. Otherwise, just take lots of measurements, make a muslin beforehand and adjust the muslin as needed. I made a costume for my mom and people that aren't into cosplay honestly always have a "good enough" attitude about costumes, so don't worry about perfection, just wearability.>>9562964
110 is plenty, Arda is probably your best bet for base wigs though you'll have to do some trimming. Trimming wigs is a lot different and less forgiving than hair, so definitely look up some tutorials beforehand. Get yourself a razor comb, some nice haircutting scissors, and got2b hairspray. With that amount of money, though, you can just commission one if you don't want to cut it yourself.>>9563211
Looks like this would be better as styled and tufted long fake fur. http://www.fabricempire.com/
is a pretty good source for fur, and look at Seraph Cosplay's recent progress on wolf hanzo to see what the process looks like.>>9563761
Spandex would look cleaner, but you could change up the material to be less spandexy with scuba knit or coated/ matte pleather spandex.>>9568353
Dress looks better, and pants are hard to pattern as a first project. As for the bandaged look, you're going to have a much easier time if you just sew on strips flat on your dress pieces before you sew the dress together. They may not line up perfectly on each side, but it's the easiest route for a first cosplay. I'd put black shoe polish between and under the strips for dimension.