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Alright, Anon… and Anons in general… let’s just set a couple of things straight.
First of all: I’m a very nice and helpful person. I offer a lot of people to help them with their costumes and when I offer these kind of things I mean it. I have never kept any shop or material secret from anyone.
Secondly: I put a lot of work in my costumes. And as I have mentioned at least a thousands times cosplay also means research. Long hours of research. Months in fact, depending on what kind of costume I am working on. I sometimes spend whole weekends on eBay just looking for a simple pair of shoes or a certain fabric.
Therefore, Anon, I’d kindly ask you to understand that I’m:
a) a nice and helpful person,
b) but not willing to give away information I worked hard for if you are not even able to phrase a polite request. Seriously. What happened to terms like “PLEASE” or “THANK YOU”?
Thank you for reading.
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I dont give a fuck that the first one is the wrong salute Marco is dead cut him some slack
was on Omegle for a lil while and I met some cool people
i’m sorry for making you all upset
But now it is time for bed
WHY WOULD ANYBODY DO THIS MY POOR HEART…
Besides that this is absolutely brilliant. Gorgeous job on the make-up and wig!
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How To Train Your Dragon 2 - teaser trailer
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Okay, guys! This is important. Like, really.
I have the possibility to attend SDCC. Spontaneously. I have a place to stay and the option to get a ticket.
Is anybody else going? And would anybody be willing to hang out with me there? The last-minute flight is really expensive and I will only seriously consider doing this if I know that I have somebody to spend time with there. So… yeah… anybody else going? This is really big. San Diego is a long way from home. Haha. Drop me a message!
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Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III cosplay
Photo taken by zirkusvogel
For everybody who has been curious about my new cosplay, finally here it is! :>
LOOK AT THIS. EVERYBODY, JUST LOOK AT THIS.
THIS IS THE MOST AMAZING HICCUP COSTUME I HAVE EVER SEEN AND OH MY GOSH TESSA YOU ARE PERFECT!!!
(I AM THE LUCKIEST PERSON TO HAVE HER TO MATCH MY FUTURE ASTRID COSTUME. I AM SO EXCITED RIGHT NOW.)
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I just love House Tyrell, okay? They are perfect.
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SPREAD THE WORD, PLEASE!
Today I was approached by an acquaintance of mine on Facebook. He asked me if I was interested in doing a Cosplay Video Interview for his new Facebook page "Cosplay: Not Just A Hobby".
Having met this guy before I agreed and talked to his girlfriend about the formalicies on Skype - She was supposed to be in charge during the interview which was fine for me.
Doing a Cosplay Video Interview in costume in front of a webcam is nothing new to me, so I dressed up and waited for the interview to start…
First of all everything was alright. The questions were normal “How did you get into cosplay?” “How long have you been cosplaying?”, etc. Everything was completely fine…
Until the “Interview” part was finished and the optional “Quizz” part started in which I had the chance to win a 2.000$ laptop.
I told the host of the interview I had no clue of the games she was going to ask me questions about, but she kindly asked me to give the whole quizz a try… Since I had nothing to lose I agreed and we started the quizz.
And right after I had answered the first question incorrectly the host told me to take a pieces of accessory/cloothing off…
To cut a long story short: I refused to take anything off, to continue the quizz or interview or whatever and wanted to stop the conversion. Which got me into a huge discussion with the host who complained that there was […] “Nothing scandalous in taking off a ribbon or an apron.” […]
Right. There IS nothing scandalous about it. But I’m a professional and I will NOT take off ANY part of my costume in front of a webcam to anybody ever. And WHAT PROFESSIONAL OWNER of a cosplay website would EVER ask an interview guest to do that?!
(At this point the host even pointed out that she wouldn’t record the quizz part and that the stripping - yes, I will call it by its name, stripping - was just for fun. The conversation continued like this:
[22:27:22] : “its not stripping, it’sjust a simple apron to try out the last two questions … -_-
[22:28:20] : and i’m not recording. i don’t need this kind of stuff.
[22:28:49] : because it is just the rule of the quiz, our sponsor doesn’t give free laptops.
[22:29:04] : no, because there is no video.
[22:29:09] : we just make it hard to win it.
[22:29:27] : it is simple, stand and remove the apron and we try a last question. it’s a prize after all.
[22:29:40] : no, i’m just trying to make you win something that has a value
[22:29:57] : just an apron, then you stop.
[22:30:08] : obviously no one is forcing you! i don’t want it :)”
I won’t go on any further… I’ll leave it at that.)
Anyways, at the very end the host left, telling me […] “she didn’t need any else from this attitude, really.” […]
I am extremely angry and ashamed I fell for this whole thing in the first place. Therefore I’d like to ask you:
DON’T ACCEPT INTERVIEWS OF “DAVID MIRRA” AND/OR HIS GIRLFRIEND UNTIL THIS MATTER IS SETTLED.