Posts tagged "anime"

Kollision Con 2013: Being an Artist

Kollision Con 2013: Being an Artist
The first convention I ever had an Artist Alley table for, was Kollision Con 2011. Actually it was my first time selling my jewelry, Charms by Nash, at any craft show-like event. To be blunt, it was a total loss for me, and very disappointing. Between the production cost of making my jewelry, the cost... Read more »

Explaining cosplay to co-workers

New costume for Chicago Comic Con I didn’t think it was a huge secret that I frequently dress up in costumes for fun, but a lot of people I work with had no idea…until now. Recently, some of the guys at work were talking about Chicago Comic Con, and they asked if I would be... Read more »

Cosplay Kids

Cosplay Kids
The cosplay community is a very diverse one. People of all ages and sizes come out to show off their costumes. A friend of mine turning 30 thought that he might be getting too old to cosplay. You’re never too old to cosplay. You get gray hair, then you cosplay Gandalf or Obi-Wan Kenobi. Even... Read more »
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Thundercats are on the move!

Thundercats are on the move!
New logo design Last week it was announced that a new Thundercats animated series will be coming to Cartoon Network in 2011. This will be a remake of the popular 80s cartoon, which will be done anime-style by Warner Bros. Animation in collaboration with Studio4°C. I rarely watch Cartoon Network, but Thundercats has a special... Read more »

Life Imitating Art

As any cosplayer knows, getting your picture taking is as common as saying “hello” when you’re at a convention. The key to taking a great photo in costume is having the perfect pose. To channel your character, it’s quite common to strike one of their signature poses. I’ve come across a few cosplay photos that... Read more »