On our various social media platforms, we have original content published every day. Here is a roundup of all the posts.
- Gambit / X-Men by Acemcleod1978
- Cosplay Discussion : Do you want photographers to have a booking schedule to guarantee a shoot or you just like grabbing them when you can and why?
- Khal Drogo / Game of Thrones by Bathysphere Cosplay
- Corn feed Steamed Chicken with Ginger and Spring Onion Dip
- Cosplay Stories : Helping Hands / Labyrinth // Douglas / Terminator 2 by pagsamiam
- Killjoy / Valorant by Chromepistols
- Musakka // Mediterranean layered bake of aubergine, lamb mince and potatoes topped with bechamel sauce
- Podcast #136 …Can We Shoot TFP
- Yor Forger / Spy x Family by Nairyn Cosplay
- TikTok : This is a Cosplay Photographer. Let’s show his work to you. (Jan 2023)
- Feature : Why we can’t accept cancel culture by Anna Akana
- Galadriel / The Lord of the Rings by Leyley Cosplay
- Podcast Extract : Kev explains the legal implication of using TFP vs Paid shoots.
- Sausage Casserole
- Cosplays We Like : Evelynn / League of Legends
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On our various social media platforms, we have original content published every day. Here is a roundup of all the posts. Monday Finn / Adventure Time by Lbezzi91 Cosplay Discussion : What etiquette do you want either people to know or adopt at comic con events and why? Tuesday Lumpy Space Princess / Adventure Time by Damedeadly Prawn Tempura Katsu Curry with Sushi Rice Cosplay Stories : Toshiro Hitsugaya / Bleach by LittleViolet.cosplayer Wednesday Princess Bubblegum / Adventure Time by HarleyChainsaw Pistachio Raspberry Doughnut Podcast #142 …Am I Wrong Thursday Marceline the Vampire Queen / Adventure Time by La Petite Spider Tiktok : I’m a bad guy tend with ArtyFakes Cosplay Breastplate Tutorial! EVA Foam Armor by Kinpatsu Cosplay Friday Yennefer / The Witcher by Jemzamia Cosplay Podcast Extract : Charlotte shares a story about her interaction with a security guard. Bone Daddies homemade chicken broth, Coqfighter Buffalo fried chicken Cosplays We Like : Leeloo / The Fifth Element Saturday Clea / Doctor Strange by Snowflakehime Mac and Cheese Sunday Felicia Hardy / Black Cat by Redledger Creative Sirloin Steak with Chips, Peppercorn sauce, Tomatoes and Mushroom For more cosplay photos, visit our Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook page Twitter Instagram Facebook WordPress Like this:Like Loading... [...] Read more...
This week’s Cosplays We Like comes from Marceline the Vampire Queen from the Adventure Time franchise. Marceline the Vampire Queen is a fictional character from the animated television series “Adventure Time.” She is a thousand-year-old vampire who often plays the bass guitar and sings songs. Marceline is known for her rebellious attitude, dry sense of humour, and complicated past, which is explored in various episodes of the show. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Manda Does a Cosplay (@mandadac) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Cₐᵣₗₐ ❤️💜💙 (@novembercosplay) View this post on Instagram A post shared by ✨Marceline the Vampire Queen✨ (@shadowofanerd) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Keyuri (@keyuricosplay) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Mariaelena Ottaviani (@wanda_cosplay) 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...
Here is a great short video by SocksyCos demonstrating some great poses you can incorporate when you next in front of a camera and don’t know what pose to create. @socksycos Go-to cosplay pose ideas✨ #cosplay #cosplayer #cosplaytips #cosplayphotography #cosplaytutorial ♬ YOU’RE THE ONE – KAYTRANADA Like this:Like Loading... [...] Read more...
Hello Everybody This week, Ed talks about…well…anything, this is an unplanned, unscripted chat with Laura of Mossflower Cosplay and Erin of Ottery Khaleesi. We chat about the jealousy of reach and interaction on photos, who get creator passes and getting older in life. Feat: Mossflower Cosplay Instagram & Ottery Khaleesi Instagram // Twitter 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, and Facebook page Twitter Instagram Facebook WordPress Like this:Like Loading... [...] Read more...
Cosplay Stories : Mothra & Godzilla / btanselanoican’s gijinka D&D/fantasy kaiju series by strangecatcosplay & Fooprawn
Mothra & Godzilla from btanselanoican’s gijinka D&D/fantasy kaiju series // Cosplayers: strangecatcosplay & Fooprawn // photos: Ejen Chuang My Mom is a skilled sewist and used to make Halloween costumes for my sisters and I when we were young. My sister was born on Halloween so we always had costumes and fun celebrations. That started my fascination with dressing up in costume and I always had fun doing it. As I got older, my Mom taught me how to sew. In 2010 I saw Alice in Wonderland, and fell in love with the costume designs Colleen Atwood brought to the screen. My Mom helped me a lot with making an Alice cosplay, and I went to my first anime convention. I had never been to one, and after that I wanted to go to more. I fell in love with the fun process of making cosplays and have been doing it since. It’s a huge part of my life now, and I met both of my partners through cosplay. Godzilla movies have a special place in my heart. I always loved sci-fi and fantasy, monsters and crazy costumes. Mothra and Battra are my favorites, so when I saw the designs by btanselanoican, I was inspired. It brought back a sense of nostalgia and happiness while making parts of the cosplays. I still have more details that I want to add and fix, but my Mothra cosplay is one of my favorite projects I have worked on in a long time. It was a long process, and involved many different materials. For Mothra, I started with the wig. It involved a lot of cotton batting and white felt to build up the shape without adding a lot of weight, then shaping the wig fibers over that. I made the antennae out of wire and painted felt. The earrings are made of cut brass and painted beads. For the dress, it was a lot of patterning by pinning fabrics to my dressform, making a first draft, then using that to cut the actual fabric. I made a corset and skirt, and then the robe/dress piece that wraps over that. The skirt started out white, but was then dyed to the right colors. The sleeves were the hardest part to figure out. They were dyed and painted by hand, before being sewn to the dress. There are also a lot of appliqued gold fabric pieces on the dress. I made the belt, and all the shiny belt petals are also hand-cut brass pieces. The wings are made of wire and old tights, that I then stitched, painted, and shaped to fit along my back. The staff is made from a PVC pipe and foam base, then I added the electronics. There are green LEDs, and a small 10rpm motor that makes the moth wings move. I covered everything with foam strips, making them look like wood and vines. There are compartments made of foam and magnets, that way I can get to the battery pack or motor if I need to. I then added the paint and flowers. The moths are made of foam, pipe cleaners, painted posterboard, and faux fur. The moth wings are attached to the motor via some old ukulele strings. The monofilament keeps its shape and is light, but also strong. It’s fed through old metal brakeline tubing that goes through the staff. For Godzilla, it was a lot of use of canvas cotton. We found these huge canvas dropcloths at the hardware store, and they were surprisingly soft, but sturdy, after washing them. They have a thick woven texture and take fabric dye really well. We used that for making Godzilla’s pants and shirt. The cape was made of thick cotton, cut, weathered, and painted. The spine has LEDs in it that go up into the hood. His chest and hip armor is all actual leather, patterned by hand and stitched together. The chainmail on the hip armor is hand made as well. His arm and leg armor is more canvas and layers of thick fabric. His shoes are leather and layered canvas and cotton. They are made by hand, and if you look on the bottom they have a Godzilla footprint. All the “claws” on his hand armor and foot pieces are made of bamboo from the backyard. All of the woven rope pieces are cotton wrapped fleece, braided together for a thick and lightweight rope. The sword is PVC and foam for a base. The lights are two different sets: a LED string light set, and a neopixel setup. The neopixels were soldered by hand, and are controlled by a command board that also controls a speaker. We set it to play Godzilla’s roar with custom light animations. It has a plastazote foam to diffuse the lights, and then more EVA foam on top. When I saw the designs I fell in love with the props, the attention to detail, and the use of color. Plus, I have always loved Dungeons and Dragons, so putting them into that universe was such a wonderful idea. I also look for fun challenges when it comes to props, and Mothra’s staff was so beautiful. I couldn’t resist. Having experience in textile studies has helped me so much with my understanding of how different fabrics work with dyes. I used a lot of dye techniques for different parts of these cosplays. Godzilla’s pants and shirt were dyed, Mothra’s skirt was dyed two different times, the sleeves were dyed, painted with more dye, and then painted again. I don’t think I would have been able to make my Mothra cosplay the way I wanted to without that prior knowledge and experience. The best part is the magic staff. I am so proud of how it turned out and the way the moths move makes me so happy! The only thing that I get tired of is that occasionally I run into things with the wire wings, and the long dress can make it hard to go through crowds in convention halls. 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 Discussion : Do you prefer to work with as many photographers at a comic con or prefer with photographers you’ve worked with before and why?
We want to hear your views on “Do you prefer to work with as many photographers at a comic con or prefer with photographers you’ve worked with before and why?” Working with the same photographer at Comic Con can be an incredibly rewarding experience. Not only is it a great opportunity to show off your cosplay skills and have fun, but you also get to develop a strong relationship with the photographer over time. But working with new photographer can open up new photography styles you many have not experienced before. Drop your comment, in the Comment Section below or on our Facebook page to share your view. Like this:Like Loading... [...] Read more...
On our various social media platforms, we have original content published every day. Here is a roundup of all the posts. Monday Owen Grady / Jurassic World by jhbcosplay Cosplay Discussion : Are there any events which are good value for money and why? Tuesday Claire Dearing / Jurassic World by Hannah In Wonderland Cosplay Stories : Celty (Bunny version) / Durarara by _mandehh Wednesday Queen Troll Art Latex Snow White by Queen Troll Official Share a photo of what cosplay that you can’t or will not eat in. Podcast #141 …”Cosplay in America” Thursday Queen Troll Art Latex Evil Queen by EmberWolf Tiktok : Before and After – Clea by SnowFlakehime Friday Queen Troll Art Latex Ariel / The Little Mermaid by Bekz.xx Cosplays We Like : White Wolf Saturday Mama / Death Stranding by Drawiingdreamer Sunday Leeloo / The Fifth Element by hwanni.craft For more cosplay photos, visit our Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook page Twitter Instagram Facebook WordPress Like this:Like Loading... [...] Read more...