So, I've just completed my second professional cosplay shoot with Don't Blink Studios and I couldn't be happier with the result. This time, I am cosplaying Richard Conway from the hit indie game 'Gunpoint' by Tom Francis. I have been a massive fan of the indie game Gunpoint since it first came out and must have played it through over a dozen times by now (Steam shows 51 hours and counting). I love the characters, the art style, the way it handles both snarky humour and dark tragedy, and the overall cyber-noir feel of the world itself. The world is amazing, the gameplay is fantastic, and the soundtrack is just perfect. It is easily one of my f
Well, things didn't go quite to plan!
I was planning on pulling off 4 new cosplays this year, 2 of which at Supanova. My usual partner in crime, Ryan, decided to take a break from cosplay this year. So, I attempted to enlist the help of my friend Oliver (guard number 2 from the Robin Hood group) to play the antagonist in a Highlander vs Kurgan stage fight! I completed my costume with relative ease, considering I already had a suitable trench coat and had obtained the necessary stage weapons. Unfortunately, things happened. =\ Oliver ended up having a schedule conflict with a prior commitment. And we simply ran out of time to prep his costume
Well! Another year another Supanova!
As you may be aware, last year the team and I went as character from Robin Hood: Men in Tights and did a stage fight as part of the Saturday Cosplay Competition. We do a sword fight on stage every year! We didn't win anything, which we were slightly disappointed about (we are pretty sure the judges simply award the 'Best Sketch' title to the group that has the most members! Every year, regardless of sketch quality, the biggest group always seems to win!). So, when we started preparing for this year we decided to say "SCREW THE RULES" and choreograph a sword fight just to put on an awesome show with no int