About Me / Q&A
What got you into cosplay?
When I went to my frist con I thought I had to cosplay. Now it is how I express my creativity.
What was your first costume and why?
L from Death Note. He was my favorite character and was super easy.
What is your favorite costume and why?
MissingNo and Red from the original Pokemon games. I love being super creepy in my MissingNo costume. I had also never seen a human form of the glitch before. The eyes lighting up is a fun part as well.
Red is the first costume I sewed myself with out any help from my mother.
Do you have a dream costume you'd like to make?
I'm working on them right now! Flandre and Remilia from Touhou 6 for my friend and I.
And after that I' going to start of making the Dawn artbook version of Asura from Final Fnatasy 4
Do you participate in masquerades?
Yes. I participated in the cosplay contest at Newcon 2012. I will be taking part in Kumoricon 2013's contest as well. My main goal is WCS 2014!
What was your best masquerade experience?
With my MissingNo costume I can't see. I was crawling across the stage like the Grudge. While I was exiting I bumped into the judges. At Newcon I was dancing, and well, I stepped off the edge, I got right back up though.
Have you won any awards for your costumes?
I won Best Dance Skit at Newcon 2012 and Best Drama at Kumoricon 2013
Tell us a little about yourself
I'm a college student and it hurts. The Theater is my second home, I act, run lights/sound, or dance. Video games are my true passion though, during the weekends or the summer I will spend hours in my room with my PS2. My dream job is to designing creatures and enemies for video games.
My favorite anime
I am not much of an anime fan anymore but I find myself watching Sailor Moon, and AKB0048 sometimes
My favorite game(s)
Silent Hill series, Final Fantasy series, Metal Gear series, Pokemon series, Okage: Shadow King, The Touhou Project, Soulcalibur series,
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