At London Film and Comic Con this summer, we had a chat with the multi-talented Pretzel Cosplay.
Continuing our series of interviews with Cosplay Guests at London Film and Comic-Con, we spoke to Corvidae Cosplay Emporium about her work.
Continuing our series of interviews with Cosplay Guests at London Film and Comic Con, we spoke to DemoraFairy Cosplay about her work.
This year’s London Film and Comic Con was the largest ever, boasting a cosplay stage full of interactive content and a wonderful line-up of cosplay guests.
We sat down with Kaldorei cosplay for a chat about her experiences in the community.
Cel-shading is an animation technique where three-dimensional objects are rendered to appear two-dimensional and thus have a hand-drawn feel like a comic book in 3D.
However it is not just the drawn textures that create this look, it is also all in the shading and lighting techniques. Thus the term “cel-shading”.
The 23rd and 24th of March marked the start of convention season for many con-goers. MCM Expo hosted by Reedpop took place at Brimingham’s famous NEC and attracted thousands of comic, TV and film fans.
With the recent release of the second volume of The Cosplay Journal. the second volume of The Cosplay Journal will be released. We at Food and Cosplay are privileged to get a sneak peek at the latest issue of this must have cosplay culture magazine. Find out our thoughts below!
With the cold months of winter on the way we take a look back at the scorching hot UK Summer with our London Film and Comic Con interview with Envyious Cosplay.
Ever needed a cosplay wig that was a mix of colours you just could not find to buy and would be too tricky and time-consuming to dye? That’s the problem I was up against when I decided to cosplay the obscure character known as “The Beast” from Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency.