I first got started cosplay a few years ago. The first cosplay i properly did was Dave Lister from the UK hit show Red Dwarf.

(List of Cosplays so far) (name of character, which series, which event)

- Dave Lister: Red Dwarf (Red Dwarf convention 2005)

- Sora: Kingdom Hearts II (London Expo October 2007 & May 2008)

- Larxene: Kingdom Hearts COM (Telford Expo August 2008)

- female Luxord (OD): Kingdom Hearts II (London Expo 2008)

- Jak: Jak II Renegade (London Expo October 2008 & 2009)

- Reno: Final Fantasy VII Advent Children (London Expo May 2009)

- Ada Wong: Resident Evil 2 (London Expo October 2009)

- Zidane: Final Fantasy IX (London Expo May 2010)

- Jak: Jak & Daxter The Precursor Legacy (London May 2011)

- Lulu: Final Fantasy X (London Expo May 2012)

- Asbel Lhant: Tales Of Graces F (London May 2013)

- Anne Bonny: Assassins Creed IV Black Flag (London May 2014 & October 2014)

- Pascal: Tales Of Graces F (London October 2016)

i think the thing i enjoy most about cosplaying is that i am very hyper-active and when i'm cosplaying with my friends i don't have to worry about being too hyper ^^

not only that but it's a really good way to have a laugh with my friends and enjoy yourself while being creative :D

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Doncaster UK

Joined: 18th May 2009

Completed costumes: 9

Photos uploaded: 75

Progress journals: 57

Events attended: 8

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kingdomdwarf

jaks-kingdom-dwarf - Anne Bonny - 6th May 2014

So much to do in such little time

Even though all i have to do is make the sleeves and the belt(s) now i have got a full time job i'm finding it really difficult to find the time to finish this off, especially seen as i am 99% done my boyfriend's too (His is the Edward Kenway cosplay on my page). If i can spend the whole of friday, Saturday and sunday on them they maybe done in time - if not i have a funny feeling i may be doing them on the train down lol

 


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