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thecontinuationof:

I will be uploading more photos later, but these two had to go up first because OMG PERF TULIO AND MIGUEL ARE PERF!

There will also be video of these two in my next YouTube video. Keep an eye on my channel for that!! :D

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w4rgoddess:

biowarefangirlism:

cosplay appreciation no.3

Oh, wow. Not sure who the elven woman in blue is supposed to be?  But all of it, including that one, is amazing.

Elven woman in blue is from the Mage origin artwork that went around for DAO. 

fanpup:

Emerald City Comicon 2014 - Friday

You can check out the whole album on our Facebook!

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middlemarching:

kateordie:

onemuppetslife:

wickedwomenwarriors:

A modern Merida.

UFFFF!!!! o-O

O_O

I dig it

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cosplayingwhileblack:

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Character: Yue

Series: Avatar: The Last Airbender

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dgaider:

theomeganerd:

Dragon Age Inquisition Morrigan ~ Cosplay

by Christina Erring Bårdsen (Chrix Design)

Christ on a cracker but does this look awesome. Well done, ladies.

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san-likes-ashitaka:

eyliuhs:

Ya know, crystals and stuff.
((must practice with make-up))

*ACTUALLY SCREAMS FOREVER*

san-likes-ashitaka:

eyliuhs:

Ya know, crystals and stuff.

((must practice with make-up))

*ACTUALLY SCREAMS FOREVER*

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silvanwinds:

Saiyuki Musical

They look great! ^______^

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silvanwinds:

Saiyuki Musical

They look great! ^______^

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cosplayingwhileblack:

Character: Super Girl

Series: DC Comics/ Infinite Crisis MultiUniverse

Cosplayer: T. Jakeru Frost

SUBMISSION

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kalinekonokage:

Sample photoset for Ruby Rose-RWBY. Everything made or put together by me :3

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marvelentertainment:

Costoberfest Spotlight - Jessica LG & Jim Logan

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Introduce Yourself!
Jessica: Hello All! I am Jessica. I was raised on Star Trek, comics, and too many cartoons. I’ve been a doodler of ideas since I could hold a pencil. I went to school for Design & Production and I’m currently living in California working as a digital artist.

Jim: I am Jim Logan, a cosplayer based out of Long Beach, California.

How long have you been cosplaying? What was your first costume?
Jessica: I’ve been wearing costumes since I was a kid. I was always involved in some kind of performance program at school. My mom made a lot of my costumes growing up, but the first costume I remember making myself was a terrible Mrs. Incredible costume for a superhero event in high school. It didn’t fit, the mask was floppy and it was just awful. The first time I wore a costume as “cosplay” was actually for a LARP event in North Carolina in 2008.

Jim: My first costume was Wolverine of course!  I was a professional wrestler for some time prior to my first Comic Convention in 2010, which is actually what brought me to my first one. I was booked to wrestle in a Super-Hero themed wrestling show at the convention and my portrayal of Wolverine got such a positive reaction that I was hooked!  It’s silly to say, probably because I am a guy, but Yaya Han had a booth at this convention and she kind of became my idol and inspiration.  I was so curious of how one gets into such a thing, I wanted in!


Do you make your costumes? If so, include us in the process!
Jessica: I’ve made my costumes, I’ve commissioned pieces, and I’ve worked alongside others to put costumes together; a variety. Because of funds, I pretty much have to put together my own costumes. I like to learn new things so I’m always listening to suggestions on different techniques or reading things on the internet. I’m going back to the basics, though. Just bought a collection of base patterns for my costumes for the next few conventions I plan to attend. I’m also challenging myself to some more difficult sculpting and prop projects I hope to have in time for Stan Lee’s Comikaze. The thought process in my head is always to beat myself or my previous costume.

Jim: Yes, I make my own stuff as well as projects for many friends within the cosplay community. Although I have always been handy and somewhat artistic in my life, this was a new and exciting thing for me.  Over the past few years I have learned so much, every new project is another challenge and learning experience….BONDO!

What would be your dream Marvel costume?
Jessica: Probably a character like Wolfsbane from X-Men. It’s something out of my comfort zone that would require heavy makeup and prosthetics and reverse stilts. It would have to be a collaboration with other special effects artists because it’s unfamiliar territory to me.

Jim: I want to say this is a tough question, but the first thing that comes to mind is full Iron Man armor. I have made one full arm thus far as you can see in some photos of my portayal of Tony Stark.  I hope that I will eventually find the time to complete the rest of the suit - with speakers blasting AC/DC through out the convention floor.

What would you say is your favorite part about cosplaying?
Jessica: Having a creative outlet. It’s important to me not to get lost in the everyday mundane. I always feel the need to be working on something! (I blame my parents for overly supporting my weirdness.) I have so many concepts and ideas rattling through my brain that I want brought to life and Cosplay is a great way to do that. And, I am lucky that I get to incorporate my hobby with the digital art I do in my career. I don’t feel like I’m wasting my time because costuming coincides as a stepping stone.

Jim: Much like when I was wrestling I enjoy being in character and entertaining through this. It was an easy transition, from the hokey acting to posing, and interacting with fans. I really try to only be characters I can really BE, nothing like a child’s reaction believing you came right off the page or screen to chat with him/her! The real challenge and fun in that sense is getting adults to react the same!

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Thanks Jessica & Jim! You can follow Jessica at facebook.com/jessicalynncosplay and Jim at facebook.com/IamYourHeroes!

Photos provided by Jessica LG, Jim Logan, Kault Photography, Roman Santacroce, Speedy Productions and Eurobeat Kasumi.

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sonybaloney:

enasnivolz:

*HYPERVENTILATING*

PERFECTION

COMPLETE AND UTTER PERFECTTTTIOOONNN

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stupiduglyfatcunt:

xemoboyfriendx:

"Are you a Sailor Scout?"

"I’m sailor Freddy Mercury."

OH MY GOD

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