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Art Nouveau Chun Li with Yaya Han. This is version 1. Would come out with another one soon. Got inspired from those old Chinese calligraphy paintings.

Make-up: Yaya Han
Hair: Ara Fernando
Styling / Costume Production: Yaya Han
Art Direction: Javey Villones
Digital Imaging: Ghani Madueno
Model: Yaya Han
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Photographed by me. I'm not the model for this themed.
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*********** Yaya on Facebook [link] ***********

I don't post enough goofy shots, so have one of me and Judy :iconthedreamerworld: at SDCC 2011!

Yes, when I really love my friends, I chomp on their heads.

Judy is expecially awesome because she is the biggest advocate for us cosplayers at Marvel. She is a web designer for them as well as official convention photographer, and she always goes out of her way to do photoshoots with cosplayers. Some of my strongest photos have been taken by her! Judy also runs a blog on Marvel.com where she talks about Marvel cosplays, check it out here: [link]

Thank you, Kevin Green, for this snapshot of us. That was on the Marvel stage right after the costume contest. XD
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*********** Yaya on Facebook [link] ***********

Character: Lady Sif - Thor (Marvel)
Costume made by Yaya
Photography by Judy Stephens
Makeup and model: Yaya

I made this costume for San Diego Comic Con after gathering materials and reference for several months. I love badass warrior girls and the color red, so Sif was a no brainer! I really liked her character in the comic book as well, from the fact that she grew up with Thor and trained along side him, to their on and off romance over the years, and Sif's strong, loyal and courageous nature.
I used a mix of materials for the costume, from suede to leather to metallic 4-way stretch to fur and wood. I drafted patterns for all the pieces and made everything within about 3 - 4 days. The corset is steel boned, and it was fun to make arm and leg armor pieces. I also enjoyed beading the wig and making the adornments on the hips.

More pics coming soon, and I plan on re-wearing Sif at Dragoncon!

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It was his, not by right, but by conquest!

I really enjoyed being Robert Baratheon and when *Aliasdotcom asked me to bring it to the London MCM Expo so we could get some shots together I couldn't resist!

Many photos to come!

I got SO badly sunburnt in this cosplay LOL

:iconsjbonnar: is Robert Baratheon
:iconcelphotography: is the photographer
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So, this was my Pentheseleia cosplay, from Persona 3.

The helmet and corset is made of fiberglass and resin, with some craft foam. The swords were carved by AphexMatt, and I painted them. Scary as it looks, it's easy to see out of, but hard to hear! I wish you could see my shoes in this shot, they're some power shoes!

I am still choosing my favorites from my webpage, to see a lot more cosplays and photos, it's at [link] .
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A collection of my Cosplay Photography.

Photos are from 2009, including:
-Ohayocon
-AnimeCentral
-AnimeBoston
-AnimeNext
-Dragon*Con
-NYAF
-Yaoicon
-AnimeUsa

This is my first submission to #world-cosplay

Cosplay photographers, join us today! Group: [link]
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I had so much fun being a pony with some beautiful and talented girls!

Each pony made their own outfit and the prop ears, wings, and horns are by Yaya Han~

Rarity :iconyayacosplay:
Fluttershy :iconlivingdoll2:
Twilight Sparkle :iconvampirate777:
and me as Pinkie Pie~

And yes, thats a real cupcake that I made in the second picture. In which later I ate. Yum!
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Katsucon 16

Maria Renard worn by :iconetaru:.

Photography (c) Ollie

Ever since I first began cosplaying I had wanted to make an Alucard costume. I made an attempt for Animazement 2005 but lacked the funds and the skills at the time and ended up never finishing the costume. Somehow a few months later I was talked into making a Maria Renard costume to go with a friend's Alucard & my own aspirations of making Alucard were put aside for the time being.

Well, five years & two Maria Renard costumes later -- the first was a rush job made in two hours the night before the con -- I finally decided that I wanted to delve into making my own once again.

My approach to this costume was to make it exactly as I had wanted to when I first began cosplaying. Of course, the result is far superior to anything I might have made at that time. Because there is various conflicting character art, I took what I liked from each as well as the in-game sprite. Alucard's ultimate cloak in the game in the 'Twilight Cloak' -- yes, sparkle sparkle -- and the lining changes from red to black I went with an iridescent black shot red dupioni.

The makeup was intended to look both ethereal yet creepy. I used a white powdered foundation w/ pink undertones on my face and added in dramatic shading with a matte grey and brushed in purple shadows beneath my eyes. I applied both upper and lower false lashes. Black lipstick was applied with a brush to my upper lip while my lower lip was primed with a white creme foundation and covered with a very pale nude lipstick. Black was blended along the lower lip line upwards to create a grey-ish hue.

Overall, this costume turned out to be what I wanted despite the fact that I made it in less than a month and a time total of about seven to eight hours. It's also surprisingly comfortable despite the layers. Not necessarily something I'd want to wear to a summer con, but I was very comfortable in-doors. The only real discomfort was the weight of the cloak pulling at my shoulders after a few hours of wear.

Costume Details:

Coat is made from a black silk velvet & lined with a silver & black scrolled brocade. Cuffs have interfacing & are accented by an ivory embroidered mesh lace. The collar is made from gold fabric I had left over from my Charlotte Elbourne costume and has interfacing & wire to help hold its shape.

The waist coat is a $50 a yard silk jacquard that laces up the back and is covered in 100 hand applied pyramid studs. The buckles are pewter & stone.

The cloak facing is a dull satin and is lined with a black shot red dupoini silk which fastens with pewter clasps & silver jewelry chain. The ascot is made of an ivory silk crepe. The leggings are a stretch pleather.

The gold & silver trim is handwoven and imported from India.

The wig is a Linda XXL in silver-white.

The sword was a purchased medieval practice sword primed, spray painted, rub n' buffed & given an antique patina. The handle is wrapped in a tan leather cording and a resin gem is glued into the pommel. Boots were purchased and the tops rub n' buffed silver.
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Quite unintentional, but she does kind of remind me of Yumi from Rorouni Kenshin.

Make-up: Kiko Escobar
Styling: Hannah Kim / Jay Tablante
Model: Chelsea Robato 
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