You captured Kylo Ren. You did him justice, yet pulled the power of femininity into the character to give it another dimension.
I enjoyed reading your reason for this cosplay on the other photos...Kylo Ren is such a complex, multi-faceted character. Volatile, desperate, shaking within the convictions of his mind, clawing to keep the seams shut and all the doubts from flowing out, leaving him emotionally mutilated.
I found myself more and more attached to him as the film went on, I have never seen a character on screen so....connected. Connected to my own personage.
When he was on the bridge with Han, inwardly I was crying, outwardly I was gripping my chair with white knuckles. I knew he was going to kill his father, I think a lot of us did, and it was tearing his heart to shreds in those final moments seeing his fathers eyes.
I cried that night, cloistered away in darkness, more for Kylo than for Han, wrong as that may be. I have had a tumultuous relationship with my own father...have felt that disappointment , that feeling of abandonment.
Kylo Ren is such a beautiful character, I pray they don't downsize those conflicted layers in the next episode.
Instead of doing a "sexed up" Kylo, you gave him honor with your feminine version.
I am planning on a cosplay for the next episode, but I have yet to know where I would get the right fabric, and I'm not a very strong designer, in execution anyways. Also I don't know if I will feel worthy of him, I still need to meditate on it.
Your capture was certainly a success though. Thank you for sharing.