AHA I FINALLY DID THIS VERSION. MOST RELAXING SHOOT EVER. We slacked, had KFC, slacked some more, took a few shots, rolled around in the aircon, took a few more shots and called it a day. If only my other shoots were this awesome and relaxing~
CHURCHHHHHHHHHHHHH I CAN HAS. BEAUTIFUL BRIDE I CAN HAS. AWESOME PHOTOGS I CAN HAS. That is all there is to be said about this photo. Oh yes...also that people flew from Singapore to Sydney and Brisbane to Sydney to make this shoot happen. Yeap <3 Much love to Pireze and Ray for amazing photo times!
First time teaming up with on a cosplay project Was really happy when she agreed to do this with me because I thought she would make a fabulous han-ou and I was right <3 was totally blown away by her costume with all its awesome detailing when I saw her during the shoot.
This was one of the first few costumes I made by myself when I just started out in the scene~ Bling-ed it up a little for the shoot but I look back and am still surprised that the costume is still wearable hurhur~
Big thank you to for helping me with the costume Hairpiece made by Pin~
Finally got a reshoot for this dress, it's been rotting in my wardrobe for so long Thank you Shiro, Kosmo and Hoshiki for allowing yourselves to be dragged out to Sentosa for the photos Was hoping for a sunset shoot, but unfortunately every time I try to get a shoot done for this outfit, something will go wrong OTL Had gray clouds and overcast skies but somehow the amazing Shiro managed to produce awesome photos. On the bright side, at least it didn't rain on us.
Costume is for sale now, PM me if you're interested
Wanna write a little about the dress construction :3 I'm a bigger Cagalli than Lacus fangirl, but I really loved this outfit from Lacus~ I've had quite a few friends make this dress, and I looked around to see how other people did it online. I ended up sewing wire into the entire hem of the skirt to allow it to stand by itself and so I could have the folds hold because of the strange way this outfit just seems to support itself. Super painful project, that and the arm sash is entirely wired to make it stand, with bits of boning in between to keep it up~ Had an army of people help me with cutting glitter fabric and sticking it to form the patterns on the edge of the gown, and stuck about 100+ pieces of plastic jewels all over the costume for the added bling. All in all I think it took about.....40+ hrs of construction but it's one of the costumes I've made that I feel super good about