A little while back, I was asked to join this big photoshoot in the mountains about an hour drive from my place. It was a mixture of FF7 and SAO people There was maybe around 15 of us, with about 5 photographers haha. We had an absolute blast, and I am so glad to have been a part of it. This is one photoshoot I will not soon forget
This photo was taken by Vivid Vision, who drove 3 hours just to do these photos with us. She is absolutely fantastic!! It was a pleasure to work with her.
It was such a dream come true to cosplay as Aerith from Final Fantasy VII.
The vest is made out of a maroon/burgandy leather with pleather for the silver parts. I lucked out and found the buttons at my local fabric store that matched the costume perfectly!! The dress itself was made from a simply cotton material, fully lined with a pink trim. The boots were from delias
I had an absolute blast cosplaying as her and I don't believe the costume is retired; I have a few changes I want to do to the cosplay, sometime in the future <3
Photography: Abbie Warnock Wig Credit: Score
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is my second most favourite cosplay costume so far. Also it was second hardest to make. I made everything here except the main cloak and few accesories like the gloves. Big thanks to my friend who is great with sewing ^^ and helps me a lot
Me as Vincent Valentine; photo by Luna; edit by me; gun, armor, wig styling, makeup by me; costume by Jean <3
Yaaaaay!! Finally I cosplayed Aerith *_* It was really awesome, and I think this is the most confortable cosplay I've ever done xDD Actually I was hiding cookies in my basket (and my mobile phone lol), tehehe~
Cosplay of Fran from Final Fantasy XII. Proud to say I won the inaugural Masquerade at the Eurogamer Expo with this costume - their first, and mine too!
Probably my favourite costume to wear, though I did invent several new swear words whilst making it. Her armour and helm are made from craft foam, coated with black spray paint and ebony Rub 'n' Buff. The corset is more foam armour, 4-in-1 chainmail, and a miracle of structural engineering.
Taken with Canon 60D Photographer: Si Spencer Model: Me