Sajin Komamura, Kumoricon 2009
A picture of my outfit at Kumoricon 2009. I am cosplaying Sajin Komamura from "Bleach". Taken at the 2009 KumoriCon in Portland, Oregon.
Ion posted on 05-24-2012 at 10:36 PM:
I don't see this cosplay too often on the con circuit. As others have said, nice work on the helmet! Everything looks very cleanly made too. Great job!
HRecycleBin posted on 01-11-2012 at 06:49 PM:
This cosplay is bada$$! I love it!
|Blue Leader replied on 01-11-2012 at 06:52 PM:|
SweeneyTodd posted on 12-31-2011 at 04:18 PM:
Nice cosplay! Your helmet looks like it was very well made
Must have been a pain to wear though.
I like Amaigo's comment, kind of a funny story. xD I guess you have to be careful when in cosplay outside the main con area.
|Blue Leader replied on 12-31-2011 at 06:09 PM:|
I don't really mind wearing a helmet as long as I can see. XD
touchmon posted on 10-25-2011 at 09:56 PM:
Your cosplay looks amazing. I love your helmet. ^_^
|Blue Leader replied on 10-26-2011 at 06:18 PM:|
Heh heh, thanks.
Amaigo posted on 01-25-2010 at 06:02 AM:
You know, once a friend and i were cosplaying outside a con and a lady asked us if we were in a cult... if it was you they might have just arrested you in that costume or something lol.
Seriosuly now, it looks way cool. Was it comfortable? Helmets can be a pain =x
|Blue Leader replied on 01-25-2010 at 12:34 PM:|
Thanks for the comment. Always appreciated.
But actually the outfit is quite comfortable. The outfits worn in the Soul Society (I can never remember what those outfits are called >>;; ) are actually pretty darn forgiving and have a lot of room to move. Even for someone "bigger" like me they look rather flattering, as even he characters in Bleach look fairly large because of how loose and baggy the outfits are. I wish I could get away with wearing the outfit on a regular basis. :P
Though admittedly the pants were a pain when walking up the stairs. They're so long and baggy that they kept getting caught when I walked up a flight of stairs, so I had to hold them up. And unfortunately the hotel that KumoriCon 2009 was held at was nothing but stairs... ><
The helmet is pretty hot, but not too uncomfortable. Really, though, I wasn't able to wear it very much at this convention because they didn't allow you to wear helmets except when posing for a picture.
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