Asuka reminds us that Christmas is on its way. “Eat your Christmas cake, baka!”
Me and my friend Mana opened a little store where we make and sell geeky things. The money goes back into the store so we can branch out and hopefully sell scarves, tshirts and other geeky lady stuff. Please reblog or buy a thing or two and support us in making our business dreams come true! All packages we ship out come with little love notes.
Store: Mana & Pryde
Two babies enter, one baby leaves.
Trolling Sci-Fi and fantasy fans, for fun and profit.
I come from a small “city” in Florida where I rarely ever went out to bars or clubs and anytime I did I never had guys approach me so I’m not used to attention when I go out. Only time I’ve ever dealt with unwanted attention was when I was working at Blockbuster and I had to “politely” decline…
With the greater exposure the hobby of costuming, cosplay and prop making is getting recently, I present these thoughts:
To define cosplay is to define art. There is no solid definition to art, it is always relative.
If you sample several different people as to what cosplay is the definitions will vary from “a fun thing to do” to “an intense crafting process”, to “a business opportunity”. The reason why these definitions vary is because cosplay cannot be shuttled into a simple description. It has facets just like the people involved.
Definition depends on relativity and relativity is personality dependent.
So cosplay on people…for whatever reason you choose. :)
Sorry I’m posting this a little late, but here’s a pic of me and Sony Computer Entertainment America CEO Jack Tretton at #UpAtNoon! Yes, that’s a real #PS4 controller I’m holding.