Why people like to cosplay.
Cosplay, which is short for Costume Play refers to the act of individuals dressing up in costumes to resemble a superhero, a video game character, a comic book character, or a movie character. The exploration of cosplay become popular around the same time anime and manga was also picking up in the market. Over the years, it is gaining more and more popularity to the extent that there is currently a television show on costume play.
This aspect is much more than just dressing up. The individuals who take their time to cosplay also get into character. Simply put, you can picture all your super heroes or childhood favorite characters being taken up seriously by individuals to the smallest detail. This is not restricted to a given age group. Anyone is welcome to fit in. it is all about passion. Continue reading “Why do people enjoy cosplay?”
Cosplay differs from Mardi Gras, Halloween and other costumed holidays, not only in the time of those independent holidays, but in its objective. The aim of cosplay is the interpretation: an attempt to become character much like a stage actor residing in a job. The costumes are expected to correspond fully to the dress considered to be utilized by the smoothness portrayed. Furthermore, generic costumes are treated with elaborately artistic methods. Cosplayers can purchase or most typical, develop costumes through their own work. Cosplayers frequently are educated within the manufacture of specialties such as sculpture, face painting, fiberglass, fashion style and other alike issues in order to make the look and feel of a costume with precision. Props are also an enjoyable part of cosplay, because people can actually go crazy with them. Continue reading “Tips and Customs of Cosplay”
So I am preparing for an upcoming con in Baltimore, MD called otakon and the first thing i want to do is find the list of amazing cosplays that I want to go as for this convention. First things first, what do i need. Well for all of you pricey people like me, I try to find the nicest site with the most amazeballs people who can make my cosplay and ship it a month in advance prior to the cons I want to go to, so i can make a few edits and also additions to the cosplay. Like for example, The picture here is Sabo from “One Piece”, and someone from Devianart or whatever site I got this from made him very Steampunk and I love it. So I’m gonna go as him and since I’m caught up with the show via Anime vs. Manga, I’m gonna have spoilers throughout this so prepare yourself cause there are people out there who are stupid enough to spoil the entire anime itself. Continue reading “How to Prepare for a Comic Con”