About Me / Q&A

What got you into cosplay?
I've loved anime for a long time. I also love performing arts, where you're generally required to wear costumes during recitals and concerts. So put two loves of mine together, and you have a hobby.
What was your first costume and why?
My first costume in general was a Fluttershy cosplay that my good friend made for me. After altering it a bit to fit my frame better, I've started wearing it again. The first costume I made for myself was a ballgown loosely inspired by 'Rose of Versailles'. It's an awesome gown that gets a lot of attention!
What is your favorite costume and why?
Gods, how to choose just one? I think if you put an honest effort into a costume, I'll love it all the same.
Do you have a dream costume you'd like to make?
Sailor Kakyuu, for starters.
Do you participate in masquerades?
I just started participating in Masquerade at ALA 2013.
Have you won any awards for your costumes?
ALA 2013 - Excellence in Design award.
Tell us a little about yourself
I am a University student studying for a career in the health care industry. I have the best boyfriend ever; he supports me wanting to do cosplay 115%! I can't wait for our next con together.
My favorite anime
Sailor Moon, Princess Tutu, SuperGals!, Tekkaman Blade, Chobits, Magic Knight Rayearth, Ronin Warriors, Vandread, Bubblegum Crisis, Rose of Versailles, Pretear, Iria
My favorite game(s)
Shadow Hearts, Shadow Hearts: Covenant, Xenosaga I-III, Odin Sphere, Devil May Cry, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
My favorite book(s)
Too many to list. I'm such a bookworm.
My favorite character(s)
Ran Kotobuki (SuperGals!), Duck (Princess Tutu), Fakir (Princess Tutu), Galaxia (Sailor Moon) Rowen (Ronin Warriors), Sage (Ronin Warriors), Aki/Star (Tekkaman Blade), et al.
My favorite movies(s)
Princess Mononoke, Star Wars, The Matrix, Iron Man, Indiana Jones (1-4), Schindler's List,

Angelic_Sabyne

United States



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