From the girls of The Homeheroes universe!
To celebrate the occasion, here are some of them dressed as an original character of a fellow deviant, either matched by appearance, race, personality, any other feature or no similarity at all.
A group of our finest chicks from the Eastern world are going show their wisdom and knowledge about Halloween costumes.
Here we have:Zoe
as Demon-Without-Horns Lash
: She might be a deadly werewolf, but she still damn hot and awesome.
And what's better, seems to like to make some people laugh by "induction", no?
It was hard to decide between her and his vampire girl OC Violet, but in the end I decided to pick the werewolf girl to pair with Sue and her costume. See below and you'll understand. Sue
as LycanthropAsh Ash
: Who knew werewolves could be this cute and sweet?
Being the lighthearted among her werewolf OCs, matching her with Zoe's younger sister would not only come out quite fitting, but also make a nice pairing here, right?
I mean, two sisters, two werewolves and a couple! Ya Ling
as MintyMousyXFCE Amanda
: Her once again (Kelly cosplayed as her two Halloweens ago, and I drew her and her sister quite a bunch of times before), but I thought the likings of my kung-fu tigress would fit her so well I couldn't resist giving it a try. And in fact I can't think on a more closer matching on this project than this one.
But there's a good motive I keep drawing her, she's a favorite after all. Sawat
as Yumeshunketsu777 Chiyu
: Being that cute and sexy all at the same should be enough reason to feature a cosplay of her, but I confess there still a lot I need to know about her yet. Even so, what I already know about her is enough to make me want including her here.
Plus, I really think she fits nicely (not perfectly, but at least nicely) with the likeness of my Thai warrior. Anna Li
as SorcererLance Tatiana
: This girl... my oh my!
Someone crown her "Miss Geek" already!
Really, what a lovely nerd mouse girl she is! To dress as her I picked one of my main nerdy girls as well. I'd risk saying probably they have more in common than we expect.