I am back from Momocon 2012!! This is my 2nd Momocon and I enjoyed it! I received my Buster Sword at this con and without it my Costume would not have been nearly as amazing! I was inspired by this and I hope I did it justice! However I was not a fan of the sword in the photo so I opted for the Crisis Core version.
Prop made by Costume made and modeled by me Photo by my friend Jae.
Sometimes when I feel really depressed, I will look at this photo and renew my strength again. Yuna is really an inspiration to many people, who have low self-esteem and struggle to cope with life. Yuna Summoner cosplay is done by Aqua Rica. Photo is taken by Roger Jimmy (Wong--Singapore).
Yuna Braska is a female character from Final Fantasy 10, produced by Squaresoft.
While I'm waiting for my breakfast to finish baking, I might as well upload something. xD Soooo school sort of swallowed me up and I haven't really had the time to upload photos from the shoot as regularly as I'd thought. >< So now it'll just be rather spontaneous. lol
Here it seems Rikku has discovered something (or someone) and is ready to pounce. I mean, when you're a leopard lady there's nothing more instinctive than hunting when you see something moving around right? MUUSSST CHAAAASE PREEEYYYY GRRRRRRR. XD
i've got nothign for this.. so anyways~ i finally have a friend who cos tidus xDD and yay~ photoshoot immediately 8D hope you guys like it one of my favorite shots from the shoot thanks for making my dream come true my dear friends and thank the wind for the right timing XD
gaaaa i am feeling sooo nolstagic over FFX lately and you guys voted for yuna summoner soooo next up is gunner and then tifa XDD i just had a shoot on tifa but since you guys want summoner, summoner you will get :3
This is not from my private photoshoot, but it's a nifty photo that was taken by ! I really love it. Thank you!
I've made a few improvements on my costume since my previous photos.
1) Redid the cravat. 2) Repainted the boots with a new color (and with leather paint - that stuff is amazing). 3) Repainted the Ogre with a better blue (it's less green now) and a more realistic gold. 4) I made my sheathed dagger from scratch. Before I just modified a plastic dagger I bought. It looked really jank though so I made my own. I'm so glad I did!
There will be more photos to come, though probably not until June-July, as our photographer said he wouldn't have access to his computer for a month.