For the past few months I have been trying my hand at cosplay. Mostly just gathering materials to semi cosplay my favourite characters but it’s been SO MUCH FUN! So far I have done Poison Ivy, Mavis, Jessica Rabbit and now D.va! I can safely say that the last two were the most fun I’ve had thus far and cosplaying D.va pretty much solidified my desire to pursue learning even more. For now, everything is available via Patreon only as that’s my main source of cosplay income. That being said, I’m doing this for the love of it and not for the money so even if you can’t support financially just showing love in general is appreciated.
I have always loved dressing up and pretending to be this or that. As pretty much the only child it was my way of escaping reality and the fact that this is now an acceptable thing is mind blowing and still just as much fun as it was when I was a kid. I have so many ideas rolling around in my head and the most recent being Worbla. I’ve been fascinated with this stuff since I first began reading up on cosplay years ago but as a mama bear of four, I rarely had the time to actually do anything. Thankfully I’m now in a place where I can learn more and branch out.
The one thing I want to do is make some ARMOUR! I have been dying to recreate some of my Shaman’s Warcraft armour and then go off into the night in Anaheim at Blizzcon. That is my dream and with all dreams numerous and sometimes tedious steps need to be taken. Since I have never used Worbla before, I will be doing a lot of trial and error runs but like I said, I’m super stoked to be implementing different ways to cosplay. If I could spend the entire day locked away in a room, designing, crafting and wearing fabulous fantasy pieces, I totally would.