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Weekly Roundup on FnC – Wk 4

On our various social media platforms, we have original content published every day.  Here is a roundup of all the posts.

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Cosplay by Shirak Cosplay For inquiries about location shoots with Eddie, don’t hesitate to get in touch with him via the Booking Enquiry form For more cosplay photos, visit our Twitter, Instagram, Threads and Facebook page Twitter Instagram Facebook WordPress Like this:Like Loading... [...] Read more...
Hello Everybody This week, Ed talks about “Disability Within The Cosplay Community”.  In this episode, we chat about how my guest makes preparations, incorporating many tricks to deal with a weekend of comic con and cosplayer with regards to their disabilities. How much planning goes into making their cosplay work for them, modification in a cosplay, what you can ask a comic con event for help, and many more. Feat: ShadowBrightCosplay // Instagram // TikTok // Twitter // Facebook Music credit – Hotshot, produced by Scott Holmes To support my podcast, please visit our Patreon page Food And Cosplay Links Website // Instagram // Twitter // Facebook Subscribe to your preferred Podcast Platform iTunes Spotify Google Podcasts For more cosplay photos, visit our Twitter, Instagram, Threads and Facebook page Twitter Instagram Facebook WordPress Like this:Like Loading... [...] Read more...
Cosplay by AliceNyanNya Cosplay Taken at EGX 2023 For more cosplay photos, visit our Twitter, Instagram, Threads and Facebook page Twitter Instagram Facebook WordPress Like this:Like Loading... [...] Read more...
Zhongli’s  planet befall From Genshin Impact / Cosplayer treejumperfinny / Ohayocon. (Columbus, OH) 2023 A friend of mine (keliacos) jokingly said they would be the pillar, and I said I think it would be hilarious to be the meteor. I haven’t seen anyone do the meteor before, and really wanted to make a large cosplay. My other friend (necropantz) and I always talk about being inanimate objects. It’s funny to me to see shapes and things walking around. I plan on doing more in the future! I have seen lots of different tutorials on foam before, but most of them were for fursuits and upholstery. There weren’t any tutorials on how to make a modular cube out of foam, so I had to sketch my ideas before hand. Thankfully since it was a very simple shape it was easy to make a small model out of cardboard. It was quite the process, but extremely fun! The only other challenge is getting the Velcro to stay. I will have to look up some better options on getting the pieces to stay other than Velcro. It works, but I’d like something more heavy duty. I couldn’t really see well, but I can hear really well. The amount of people that would laugh and just be in disbelief of what they saw walking around is one of my favorite things. I love it whenever people find joy in my cosplays! One guy came over to us saying he’s always wanted to cosplay Zhongli and that seeing his attacks cosplayed gives him even more motivation to go for it. I hope he does! I enjoy being able to meet new people and make new friends. Having fun making memories at cons is always the best. I remember a little girl coming up to me to give me a lollipop in my Kokomi cosplay. She said she wanted to be “a princess like me too one day”. It warmed my heart. I think the thing I like least about cosplay is how competitive people get and how obsessed with follower counts people are. It’s okay to want to go bigger and do better, but we shouldn’t let that get in the way of promoting the growth of our community. We have to remember that as a niche community, we shouldn’t be pushing others away. Us nerds need to stick together. Disclaimer: All images and videos used, do not belong to FnC and belong to their respective owners. This story first appeared Cosplay In America and if you want to share a “Cosplay Stories” to be shared here on this website, full details can be found here. Like this:Like Loading... [...] Read more...
Cosplay by Newtsip Taken at EGX 2023 For more cosplay photos, visit our Twitter, Instagram, Threads and Facebook page Twitter Instagram Facebook WordPress Like this:Like Loading... [...] Read more...
Cosplay by ThatDullNerd Taken at MCM Comic Con Birmingham 23 For more cosplay photos, visit our Twitter, Instagram, Threads and Facebook page Twitter Instagram Facebook WordPress Like this:Like Loading... [...] Read more...
Cosplay by Cerise Queen Cosplays Taken at MCM Comic Con London 23 For more cosplay photos, visit our Twitter, Instagram, Threads and Facebook page Twitter Instagram Facebook WordPress Like this:Like Loading... [...] Read more...
Cosplay by Weaponised Twintails Cosplay Taken at MCM Comic Con London 23 For more cosplay photos, visit our Twitter, Instagram, Threads and Facebook page Twitter Instagram Facebook WordPress Like this:Like Loading... [...] Read more...
This week’s Cosplays We Like comes from Princess Daisy from the Mario Bros. franchise. Princess Daisy, also known simply as Daisy, is a recurring character in the Super Mario franchise. Let me share some interesting details about her: Daisy first appeared in Super Mario Land (1989) on the Game Boy. Despite being a princess, she is tomboyish and energetic. Her debut game took place in Sarasaland, a new setting far from the Mushroom Kingdom. Daisy’s defining traits include her unique personality and flower-based abilities. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Giana Rose | Cosplay Seamstress (@gianaxrose) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Angelique 🙂 (@angelique.secretmermaid) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Bella (@ottercosplayss) View this post on Instagram A post shared by AnyaPanda 🐼🌸 (@the_anyapanda) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Margarita Tepliakova (@oyukacosplay) If you weren’t featured in this round don’t worry! These are just the pictures that came across our feed this time around. If you would like to be featured in the future just message us and send us your image! Disclaimer: All images and videos used, do not belong to FnC and belong to their respective owners. Like this:Like Loading... [...] Read more...
Cosplay by Kirkwall Cosplay & bluexshift Taken at EGX 2023 For more cosplay photos, visit our Twitter, Instagram, Threads and Facebook page Twitter Instagram Facebook WordPress Like this:Like Loading... [...] Read more...
Comic Cons are vibrant, electrifying events where fans connect with their passions. But for creators, artists, and vendors, it can also be a pressure cooker to turn a profit. While charging for photography services is prohibited without permission from the organisers, those who consider paying for a photographer: what ditching the fees unlocked a whole new level of success? Here’s why keeping photography free at your Comic-Con might be the secret weapon you’ve been searching for: Build Lasting Connections: Charging for photos creates a barrier, potentially intimidating or discouraging interaction. By offering them freely, you break down that barrier and foster genuine connections. Attendees are more likely to approach, chat, and learn about your work, creating a positive and memorable experience that builds loyalty and increases the chances of future sales. Memories on a Budget: Let’s face it, cosplay, merchandise, and food can quickly drain your con budget. Free photos eliminate the financial burden, allowing you to splurge on experiences instead of snapshots. Foster Community: Comic Cons are about celebrating shared passions. By offering free photography, you contribute to that sense of community and inclusivity. This goodwill can foster positive word-of-mouth and create a loyal following that supports you beyond the event. Remember, offering free photography is not about giving away your work for free. It’s a strategic investment in building brand awareness, attracting new customers, and fostering a positive community around your work. So, ditch the fees, grab your camera, and get ready to click your way to Comic-Con success! Bonus Tip: Encourage attendees to share their photos using a specific hashtag. This creates a branded online conversation and helps you track the reach of your free photography initiative. Ready to take the plunge? Share your experience with free photography at Comic Cons in the comments below! Let’s create a community of creators who leverage the power of clicks over cash. Please Note: Parts of this article were written with generative AI but have been reviewed and expanded with their own text and views of the writer. Like this:Like Loading... [...] Read more...
Cosplay by Nomiteee Taken at MCM Comic Con London 23 For more cosplay photos, visit our Twitter, Instagram, Threads and Facebook page Twitter Instagram Facebook WordPress Like this:Like Loading... [...] Read more...
Hello Everyone This week, Ed talks about “My Favourite Cosplay Photos”. My guests and I, look over recent photos taken at Comic-Con and Location shoots and discussed why it’s our favourite photo and the process it took to create that image. Bethan’s 1st Photo Photo by Hello I’m Fran Oily’s 1st Photo Photo by Hello I’m Fran Cosplay by Purple Muffinz Eddie’s 1st Photo Cosplay by Synthetic Spider Bethen’s 2nd Photo Oily’s 2nd Photo Photo by shroud.exe Eddie’s 2nd Photo Cosplay by Strelizia Cosplay If you are unable to see the photos discussed in the podcast in the description below, please visit https://foodandcosplay.org/podcast190 to view these photos.  Feat : Whatsername’s Cosplay Instagram // Twitter & Vaughan of the Dead Instagram  Music credit – Hotshot, produced by Scott Holmes To support my podcast, please visit our Patreon page For more cosplay photos, visit our Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook page Subscribe to your preferred Podcast Platform iTunes Spotify Google Podcasts For more cosplay photos, visit our Twitter, Instagram, Threads and Facebook page Twitter Instagram Facebook WordPress Like this:Like Loading... [...] Read more...
Cosplay by Bitten and Smitten Cosplay Taken at Viencon 23 For more cosplay photos, visit our Twitter, Instagram, Threads and Facebook page Twitter Instagram Facebook WordPress Like this:Like Loading... [...] Read more...
Merengue from #AnimalCrossingsCosplayer: BlueClaricePhoto: angeladalton_authorCon: #AwesomeCon I’ve always enjoyed dressing up. When I was a kid I would refuse to go anywhere without wearing a tiara which eventually evolved in me not going anywhere without my detective hat. But then one day when I was 14 I decided to dress up as a character from my favorite anime at the time and I’d like to say I jumped head first into #cosplaying then but I didn’t. I was scared to be open about liking to dress up. Even though I went to many conventions in my younger years it wasn’t until my 20s that I started to cosplay more consistently with more elaborate costumes. There were many moments where I thought I might actually be good at this and one key moment was my first #cosplaycompetition. It took me a year to work up the courage to even enter. I created my first ever suit which was covered in hand sewn zippers and I went in not expecting to win anything. So I was completely surprised when I had entered as beginner and won as intermediate. I’ve been cosplaying competitively ever since because it helps push myself further to create bigger and more complex costumes and meet some amazing people. As soon as I saw @Sunset Dragon’s version of Merengue from Animal Crossings, I immediately knew I had to make it and make it look like real strawberry cake! This was my first time ever making a dress and was the hardest cosplay to figure out how to make. I had to do a lot of research to figure out how people traditionally make fake cakes. They use sponges for the cake and spackling or modeling clay for frosting but I had two problems I couldn’t find a sponge large enough for a skirt and clay could potentially chip and be too heavy. I solved this by using a roll of memory foam for the skirt and hand sculpted wool for the frosting. I did a lot of hand sewing, dying, beading, and needle felting for this cosplay. I even crochet a matching strawberry bag with a strawberry chain and created strawberry cake hair clips. My most proud cosplay is my Jolyne Kujo cosplay! I think it’s my best sewn cosplay to date because it is patchwork that I literally hand stitched together to look like it was strung together by her stand. I’m also really proud of the wig because I turned a white straight wig into a blue and green afro with box braids! I especially love the braided butterfly detail. I also will forever love this cosplay because it got me my biggest win yet. I won Blerdcon’s Craftmanship contest 2022 and became their first black cosplayer of the year for my hard work.  The only thing I’d like to add is that I’m just getting started. I can’t wait to create and show the world all the crazy designs I have in my head. Disclaimer: All images and videos used, do not belong to FnC and belong to their respective owners. This story first appeared Cosplay In America and if you want to share a “Cosplay Stories” to be shared here on this website, full details can be found here. Like this:Like Loading... [...] Read more...

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