It’s back!! This year I’m hosting a Japan Anime Goodie Giveaway for Katsucon 2024 on my Instagram with a total of 3 Prizes. That’s 3 Chances to win awesome anime related goodies straight from Tokyo, Japan! 😀 😀 😀
So let’s get right to the details!
Oh uniforms, I love that you are reusable. Which is why if it’s not broke, why change it? So today, I’m breaking down the last (for now) cosplay construction process for my “Attack on Titan” cosplays, Erwin Smith.
Two recaps in a row?! What is this?! XD Yes, yes, two recaps. And I know that I said that CCE 2023 would be my last convention of the year. But that’s technically true because I do consider Renaissance Festivals as a different type of event from conventions. 😉
A very quick recap for you all! At the last minute I decided to bite the bullet and take on the drive to head up to CCE this year (Persuaded by Tsukasa325 I might add lol. But I’m glad she did. 😉 ) Not to mention, I’ve got some new photos out of it too! ^_^
Who doesn’t love “Attack on Titan?” Well, my roommate hates it, but she’s the best so I guess she gets a pass. As for me, “Attack on Titan” is definitely one of those series that is absolutely intriguing. (Who could have seen that coming? I’m not obsessed with mystery series and true crime and war stories at all, nooooooo…..) Needless to say, I’ve ended up cosplaying many of the characters from “Attack on Titan”, which is why today we’re talking about the construction of my first cosplay for the series – Eren Jaeger.
In this tutorial, I’m breaking down what you need to make the perfect Emergency Cosplay Repair Kit that can fit into your bag while taking up a tiny fraction of the space. Better yet, this formula for what to include and how to create your own Emergency Cosplay Repair Kit will allow you to address the most common problems cosplayers can face while out in costume. And at the same time, it will also allow you to customize your kit as needed specific to your cosplays’ particular and unique challenges. Let’s go!
I’m back again with another cosplay construction analysis! And yes, we’re sticking with “Attack on Titan.” 😉 I’ve been told though that I pull off blonde characters well, so, perhaps since this little cinna-muffin is a blonde, you’ll forgive me, haha. That’s right, we’re talking about Armin Arlert today, ladies and gents! 😀
I told y’all it was coming. 😉 It took one year. Just. One. And look at me, cosplaying from My Hero Academia. And what do you know? I ended up first cosplaying as a villain version of Shoto Todoroki. O.O