Cosplay WIPBeen so damn long since I last wrote anything, so I guess it's time I updated a bit! Let's start with my current list of 22 cosplays I have to finish/fix/start this year!Cosplay WIP3 years ago in Personal More Like This
So this year, Pandora Hearts is definatly taking over my cosplay life! We have a Cheshire now (Yay!), which is about half finished. Just waiting for the shoes, and I have to find the perfect fur to use for his ears and tail. Farfie is planning to make the giant bells for his scarf that's almost done. If it fails, I have a plan B! Tina has the paws with her to install the zippers and add the markings. This is going to be a brilliant cosplay when it's done!
Also on the list is Vincent Nightray and Ada Vessalius. A promo poster was made of these two with Ada in a cage dress. So far with that, I have the top and the skirt portion of Ada mostly finished and the cage will be made of wonderflex when I order it. I've never used wonderflex, so this will be interesting to say the least. Vincent will be done in April since I wil
A Sweet Compelling story!Roy and Silo, two chinstrap penguins at the Central Park Zoo in Manhattan, are completely devoted to each other. For nearly six years now, they have been inseparable. They exhibit what in penguin parlance is called "ecstatic behavior": That is, they entwine their necks, they vocalize to each other, they have sex. Silo and Roy are, to anthropomorphize a bit, gay penguins.A Sweet Compelling story!3 years ago in Personal More Like This
When offered female companionship, they have adamantly refused it. And the females aren't interested in them, either.
At one time, the two seemed so desperate to incubate an egg together that they put a rock in their nest and sat on it, keeping it warm in the folds of their abdomens, said their chief keeper, Rob Gramzay. Finally, he gave them a fertile egg that needed care to hatch. Things went perfectly, and a chick, Tango, was born.
For the next 2 1/2 months they raised Tango, keeping her warm and feeding her food from their beaks until she could go out into the world on her own. Gramzay is full of praise. "They did