Agree to disagree, no hogging characters, be respectful. These are just a few of the guidelines Dare?D.A.R.E. Cosplay work by...
So what do you do when people start putting labels of genders or criticisms that you don’t want on you after you’ve put your heart and soul into a cosplay?
It’s always better to think about when (time of year) and where (country, is the convention indoors or outdoors, will it have a bag area you can leave a coat?) you will be before deciding what cosplay to wear, for example, maybe think through the logic of wearing a Sailor Scout cosplay to an event at the end of November in the UK…
Part of Alternative Cosplay Series Making a character Dark. Its usually done to very innocent characters to twist them. Its one of those things that people like to say is Edgy! But it is really fun to do so, as usual, I say to those people “Go away! Cosplay is for fun!” So what kind … Continue reading Dark Cosplay – Alternative Cosplay
So, as you may have noticed in my blog posts, I’m not exactly swimming in cash (especially right now, with no permanent job), and yet I can continue to make cosplay and improve on my cosplays. Here’s my tips for keeping your cosplay within budget: Plan Your Budget How much could you probably spend on … Continue reading How To Keep Your Cosplay Within Budget
Alarm blares – usually a song specifically chosen to line up with the cosplay we’re doing. I groan and contemplate hitting snooze, I don’t need all the time I’ve meticulously planned, surely?
So how to do an awesome Out N About photoshoot! 1 – Find a plain(ish) background Or you can find a really interesting background. 2 - Take too many photos