Welcome to another edition of Cosplayer Showcase. This week’s cosplayer is Kinpatsu Cosplay, one of South Africa’s top cosplayers. She has been invited to different conventions around the world and is personally endorsed by Jessica Nigri. Check out some of her cosplays below:
Hey guys! So every week I’m going to be showcasing a cosplayer that I think you should check out and support. If you guys have any suggestions for cosplayers that I should showcase then please leave a comment or message me your suggestions. To start us off we have Yamaki, a South African cosplayer famous for her crossplays. Below is a sample of her previous work:
Comic Book Conventions, such as San Diego Comic Con, are one of the many highlights on the geek calendar. This is where you would usually spend your hard earned money on comics, figurines, special drawings and video games, usually at a discounted rate. While this is just one aspect of attending conventions, others attend for the vibe or to show off their latest cosplay creations. While it’s nice to think about the great things you hope to do at the event, it’s always good to be prepared for anything, especially if you are a first time attendee. Here are a few tips to help you survive your first comic book convention, based on my personal experiences.
So this past weekend I attended a local convention in my area called UCON; a convention organised by the University of Cape Town’s anime club called Genshiken (yes, based on the anime). It was a 2-day event filled with many things you would usually find at a geek convention: gaming, manga, comics, figurines and lots more.
Welcome to another edition of Cosplay with Kuroneko. This is a video I recently shot with Kuroneko Cosplay as part of my film course and today she’ll be giving you a DIY tutorial on how she made her Ahri Dauntless Tails from League of Legends. Hope you enjoy it and let me know what you think in the comments below 🙂
Hey everyone! So today my buddy, Kuroneko Cosplay, will be giving you a lengthy and detailed guide on how to create her recent Flemeth cosplay – it took her under a week to create it. Hope you guys enjoy it and give her a like on her Facebook page to show your support 🙂
Osu, everyone! Been a while since I last posted something. I’ve been bogged down with lots of work at university lately so that’s why I’ve been a bit quiet. Anyway, I currently have some breathing space right now so I want to use this time to let you know on some exciting things I could potentially be working on (for education, of course 😉 ) in the next few weeks.
If you were walking around the streets of Claremont on 2 May 2015, you may have seen Batman or Spiderman walk right past you. Were your eyes deceiving you? No, they were not. Chances are, they were on their way to attend Free Comic Book Day at Stadium on Main; sometimes referred to as Cape Town’s own Comic Con. Hosted by Cape Town’s local comic book store, Readers Den, the event has attracted many faces over the years, young and old alike.