Working on my PAX East Cosplay. I’m going as either Fem!Xephos or normal Xephos from Yogscast. I haven’t decided yet :-/
The lighting sucks but the jacket is maroon, not brown. I’ll take another photo before bed… If I’m not doing only prep work >.
Character: Watanabe Saki
From: Shin Sekai Yori
Link: (ﾉ◕ヮ◕)ﾉ*:･✧ Click!
"I don’t mean to be racist" a.k.a. "I fully intend to be racist but I don’t want you to get mad at me for my ignorant and discriminatory opinions"
Tōrō nagashi (灯籠流し Tōrō = lantern / nagashi = cruise, flow) is a Japanese ceremony in which participants float paper lanterns down a river. This is primarily done on the last evening of the Bon Festival, festival based on the belief that this guides the spirits of the departed back to the other world. The white lanterns are for those who have died in the past year. Traditional Japanese beliefs state that humans come from water, so the lanterns represent their bodies returning to water.
I know this is late. I was Wonder Girl from Young Justice for Anime Boston 2014. I’m still fixing up photos of that (and a lot of other cosplays I did). I love cosplaying Wonder Girl. The costume is so comfy and it’s just so much fun.
Where did you get your juice, they asked. Why, the local grocery store.
I couldn’t resist, seeing as I decided to cosplay season 1 Scott at the last second for Anime Boston this year.
Not sure who took the photo (we were all using my camera at some point that night) but that it totally me as Scott from Teen Wolf.
"As you can see, I made the costume more modest than the design, omitting the cut out in the front of the bodice, and adding a sheer layer in the skirt. I think it still reflects the character and represents the detailed game design. Don’t ever be afraid to modify a costume if you don’t feel comfortable wearing it. We cosplay for many reasons, the main one being love for a character. Replicating costumes 100% of only one facade of cosplay, it often is more challenging, fun and creative to translate a design from a rendered source to a working fitted garment, and it’s perfectly ok to take artistic license. I see a lot of cosplays being more sexualized than their designs, and I think it’s totally cool to modesty-fy a costume as well.”