Cool Final Fantasy Versus XIII Noctis Lucis Caelum Cosplay

As for the cool final fantasy cosplay, the ff versus xiii Noctis Lucis Caelum cosplay must be included. This type of show is also piercing in the eyes of the boys and girls. So could find that there are lots of cosplayers dress the related cosplay costumes in all kinds of activities.
In terms of Noctis Lucis Caelum, he is the protagonist of the role-playing game Final Fantasy Versus XIII which hasn’t any relationship with the game of Final Fantasy XIII, and he is the future king of his country and burdens the responsibility of protecting the last crystals from taking by the marauders from other countries.
As regards his nature, he is somewhat a silent, farouche and gloomy boy. But just because of his characteristic, he looks cool and handsome to us. The color of his eyes will change blue into crimson while there will be a blue arms at his back in fighting. He is really a charming individual in the eyes of his aficionados, and many of the  cosplay boys show their interest in cosplaying him in the show.
The boy in the picture shows a really similar Noctis Lucis Caelum to us. The gay hair and the red contact lenses in his eyes plus the large weapon as well as the dark cosplay costume, all of them are perfect. I am charmed by him.

Women of Wonder Day Charity event!

This year's Women of Wonder Day (formerly known as Wonder Woman Day) will be held October 29th and 30th throughout locations across the country including Oregon, New Jersey and Texas. The event taking place in Flemington New Jersey will be held at the Comic Fusion store located on 42 Main Street from 11:00 am until 6:00pm. Comic Fusion will be auctioning various items including original artwork, collectibles, autographed items and the chance to be photographed with cosplayers. All proceeds will go towards the Safe in Hunterdon organization which helps victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse. Check out their website for more information . For a complete list of the events taking place in all the three states, check of the official Women of Wonder Day website. Comic Fusions art gallery auction can be found here with email bidding rules here.

I will be attending the event in New Jersey on Sunday, October 30th.  If you're in the area whether it be in Oregon, New Jersey or Texas be sure to stop by for a great time and to help support a worthy cause. 

Final Fantasy Cosplay Wigs

There is no denying that apart from the cosplay costume, the wig plays an important role in the show. The same does the final fantasy cosplay wig. Since the characters of the FF series are in special style and personality, the outside appearances are outstanding and unique, and maybe this is one of the main reasons that attract tond of imitotors try this final fantasy cosplay. Hence, both boys and girl need to get a similar wig for the show but not their real hair.
Different role has different hairstyle. In my view, each of them is quite perfect as a prop. More often than not, the truest is the best. These cosplay wigs really look great; we can imagine that others would not feel anything uncomfortable or rough; they will consider it as our own hair instead.
Now, let’s take a close look at some of the dashing cosplay wigs.

New York Comic Con 2011 Wrap up

This year was my first time attending the New York Comic Con Convention which took place October 13th thru the 16th at the Javits Center. I attended the show Saturday and Sunday and was eager to compare it to the crowds, chaos and excitement of the San Diego Comic Con. After arriving in the Big Apple in the early afternoon with my event photographer Brian, we met up with our mutual friend Alisha, checked into our hotel and I changed into Slave Leia before heading out to the biggest comic show on the East Coast. Upon arrival I immediately noticed that some of the same displays at the San Diego show were also at the New York show (the up side down Spider-Man display, a life size Revenge of the Jedi action figure package, a life size model of Optimus Prime just to name a few). Of course there was plenty that was not at the San Diego show such as a Jem and the Holograms display at the Hasbro booth, Young Justice action figures featuring a completed Hall of Justice and the new 52 DC action figures featuring my personal favorites, Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman.

Cosplaying is obviously one of my passions and I find that when I wear the metal bikini to events, people get out of hand. Something about the image of Slave Leia puts comic geeks into overdrive and majority of them don't know how to ask for a photo so they grab you. I literally lost count with how many times someone grabbed me by the shoulder or arm. It happened within a few minutes after arriving on the convention floor. I turned around and said to many individuals  "Don't touch me." It's not a pleasant feeling walking around and a hand suddenly reaching out and pulling you back. I can't stress this enough: KEEP YOUR HANDS TO YOURSELF AND USE YOUR WORDS. As usual the same problems arised; people asking for a photo while I'm talking to a friend, trying to text or make a call or while I'm attempting to take photos for my Blog. Even when I put my hoodie on (a clear sign saying I've had enough of taking photos) people still stopped me. I began to shoot down the requests. And to top it off a "wrestling team" with a camera stopped me for a video interview and began asking me the most inappropriate questions ("Admit that Jabba turns you on", "Does Han pull on this chain in bed?", "Do you have a vibrator?") and when they weren't getting the answers they wanted they claimed they "refused to believe I was a good girl". Assholes. I vowed not to cosplay Sunday. On a positive note, I did get many compliments. One woman thanked me for dressing up as Leia and many said I looked better and was prettier than the original princess (which is always odd to hear). Speaking of Cosplay, my friend Hannah arrived in her trademark flawless Harley Quinn and Alisha debuted her fabulous new Supergirl cosplay. Andrea, a beautiful woman I was introduced to by Alisha arrived as She Hulk and was a real crowd pleaser! Boothes had their mascots and representatives such as a lego BumbleBee.


Now let's talk shopping and art! For years I have always wanted a Moogle stuffed animal (from the Final Fantasy games) but they aren't available in America. I finally had the opportunity to get one at the Square Enix booth. That seriously made me happy beyond words. I always enjoy going to the Artist Alley to talk to the talented artists and buy prints. This year I discover Ant Lucia (check out his site HERE), who had a beautiful Princess Leia print at his table but what really caught my eye was a stunningly beautiful piece of Superman and Lois Lane. It was love at first sight for me and I immediately said "I'll take it!"  I also caught up with artist Vinnie Tartamella whom I have spoken to online for the past three years but never met in person (he also did a Mermaid commission for me a couple of years ago). I got three beautiful prints from him; two of his version of Alice and Wonder Woman. We also stopped by to see friend and Living Corpse creator Ken Haser. On Sunday I had a shoot for the Filipino edition of FHM magazine (the theme was black lingerie in a nightclub) then headed back to the show to meet up with friends and take one last tour of the convention. I caught up with artist and friend Billy Tucci and Eric Basaldua (eBas) who requested that I lay on his table for some fun shots. 

My opinion on the New York Comic Con was that it was a fun show with a lot to offer. It's better organized than the San Diego Comic Con (which in all honestly has too many attendees and not enough security and employees). I'm not saying that the crowds are better in New York; there's a massive amount of people and at times getting from point A to point B is close to impossible. The crowd is overwhelming. The Artist Alley was my favorite area but the best part of this show (and any show I attend) is catching up with friends. I truly feel that the greatest thing about these events is that they bring people together. It's always great  to spend a little time with the people you care about weither it's gawking at geek stuff, sharing dinner or watching cartoons at your hotel (Daffy Duck is an asshole by the way). I want to thank everyone involved at the New York Comic Con for  this year's show.



Final Fantasy Lightning Cosplay Girl

What do you think of this final fantasy Lightning cosplay girl? Well, she attracted my attention when I sae her cosplay. She looks so great. I can imagine that she must have done a lot of works about this show. The cosplay costumes, the wig, the sword and other details with no exception of her makeup, it can be said that each of them are perfect. Because if ask me to this final fantasy cosplay, I cannot do that the same as her.
On the other hand, from her show we can get one useful cosplay tips that is when we plan to impersonate a certain character and want to look the same as the chosen character, we’d better to select a one whose complexion and body shape are similar with ours. Take a look at this cosplay girl, if she has tan or she is fat, we could never see this wondrous job.
 Lightning, her real name is Claire Farron. As the protagonist, she is an excellent girl and warrior. We could find that she gives us a cool feeling but not the softness as a female. Cosplay final fantasy Lightning gives us an opportunity of being cool and beautiful. Do you want to have a try?

Cosplay Spotlight: Tony

At the 2011 Philadelphia Comic Con (also known as the Wizard World Philly show) I had the pleasure of meeting Tony, who immediately caught my attention in his Static Shock cosplay. Tony is an avid cosplayer who has been enjoying the art of costuming since 2006. He is a fan of everything from Thundercats to the Power Rangers and uses his talents to bring these characters to life.

Regular readers may be noticing a trend on the Confessions of a Cosplay Girl Blog; cosplay spotlights featuring talented and hot male cosplayers. Cute cosplay girls and booth babes are a dime a dozen. As a geek girl myself I appreciate attractive male cosplayers and feel that they do not receive as much media attention or are given as much credit as females in the comic world. I plan to change that and do my part by featuring them on my Blog. It is my pleasure to showcase Tony in this current edition of the Cosplay Spotlight. Read on to learn more about him, his encounter with Geoff Johns and what comic book he would like to see turned into the next Hollywood Blockbuster.

Victoria: How long have you been cosplaying and what made you decide to dive into the world of costuming?

Tony:  I have been cosplaying since 2006. I guess my first convention Big Apple Comic Con was the deciding moment and I wore a Green Lantern suit and was totally hooked after that.

Victoria: Do you make your own costumes or do you hire commissioners?

Tony: Its a mix of both I'd say 1/3 of all my costumes are commissioned and the other are done by me.

Victoria: What costumes do you have planned for the future?

Tony: I plan on another Power Ranger, Conner Kent (cause I can. lol), an updated version of Elijah Bradley (Patriot), Tigra from Thundercats, Cyrax & Eddy Gordo, just to name a few.

Victoria: Static Shock is one of my favorite characters and you are hands down the best Static cosplayer I've seen! Tell me about the costume and why you decided to cosplay him.

Tony:  I love Static & since there weren't many young Black Heroes that had locks and since I had them, I was like why the hell not. It was probably my most difficult costume to make (I never made a jacket before and was like I'm always up for a challenge). I also had to learn to screen print to make the shirt.

Victoria: Are you as frustrated as I am that his animated series hasn't been released on DVD?

Tony: Frustrated, no.... Pissed off YES!!!

Victoria: I see you're a big fan of the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers! Which Ranger do you cosplay?

Tony: I Cosplay the Green Ranger (Tommy Oliver) & SPD Red Ranger both B-Squad Cadet and Morphed versions.

Victoria: As a minority myself I have personally dealt with people making racist comments regarding my cosplay (online). Have you ever endured similar experiences and if so, how do you cope?

Tony: I have always cosplayed minority characters until I dawned my Green Ranger and I was lucky enough that it was so epic that everyone loved it. It actually cause of you and some other friends of mine that I'm ready to tackle any hero or villain I choose.

Victoria: What has been your best and most memorable convention experience?

Tony: Meeting Geoff Johns last year at NYCC dressed as Aqualad from Brightest Day. I walked to the DC booth and the line was cut off for the signing he was like "WOAH" and he autographed my book and I got a picture with him. I won't say it was the best but it's definitely tied for the top spot with 2 other experiences I had at cons. lol.

Victoria: What comic book would you like to see turned into a film adaptation?

Tony: Static Shock but the storyline from Milestone Forever (this way I can play Virgil. lol).

Victoria: Marvel or DC?

Tony: DC till the day I die! However Marvel does hold a little spot in my heart.

Final Fantasy XIII Sazh Katzroy Cosplay

Without doubt, final fantasy xiii Sazh Katzroy cosplay is the most ideal choice for these cosplayer who have black or tanned skin. Sazh is a playable character with a distinctive afro in FF XIII, and he is a friendly, cheerful and carefree man. Saving his son is Sazh's main motivation in the game. As for his appearance, he wears a long, olive coat over khaki trousers, a white button-down shirt, and black buckled engineer boots.
Cosplay final fantasy Sazh not only could make the impersonators become distinct but also could bring them a feeling of happiness and freedom comes from deep heart. He is impressive to a good many of the game players and the cosplayers. Any of you could do this cosplay as long as you like because the most important thing of costume play is get enjoyment and these purposive things you want originally.
Here I find a great imitato who shows us a perfect cosplay as it shows in the picture. His name is CrimsonDenizen. Yay! He is a great Sazh cosplayer. The cosplay costume, or the wig or maybe his real hair plus the weapon and other details, all of them look wondrous. Thanks him for sharing with us his picture.