Hey guys! You might have noticed that I haven’t been posting quite as regularly on the blog and if I do post, it’s typically to share my videos on my Youtube Channel. That’s because I mostly want to focus on tutorials and also skits and parodies over on my channel and that takes a lot of my time now-a-days. My reviews of games and movies have also stopped, mostly because I was forcing myself to do them versus doing it out of the love to review. SO, what does that mean for the blog?
Well, the good news is that I’ve had some time to think of what I can do with the blog. And nothing will really change? The blog will still primarily focus on cosplay. But instead of doing tutorials in written format when I’ve already done a video explaining, I’ll be placing prop tutorials here. This is essentially because, prop vids are hard to film and also tend to bore people in video format or just be overly complicated to explain. So, here I’ll be detailing my steps in making props using photographs and detailed explanations. Hopefully that should be very informative and make some things easier for yah’ll! I’ll still be posting my videos semi-regularly but interspersed with the blogs so that it’s not a wall of spam of videos any longer.
My first prop that I’ll be showing how to make will be Star Butterfly’s phone~ So get ready for that! =D
This year I had the pleasure of attending Saturday and Sunday of ShadoCon, located in St. Petersburg, FL. This convention is incredibly small, taking place inside of a Hilton near Bayshore but it was incredibly fun. It had a lot of opportunities for photos with photographers and definitely was a very low-key convention. The panels also seemed pretty good as well. The cost might have been kinda high for a convention this small but ultimately I think the fun was worth it. Also, you could probably easily attend in the hallways without having a con pass and get the majority of the main experience, lol! Especially because the majority of the artisans are outside of the vendors room anyhow. I went as Judy Hopps from Zootopia on Sat, but didn’t get much footage. Sunday, however, I attended as Blood Moon Ball Marco with my friend NekoUsagiTV as Blood Moon Ball Star. We had a blast together and the vlog is mostly footage of us goofying around.
MegaCon Tampa Bay was a surprisingly amazing convention. Packed with panels, a very expansive vendor room and cosplayers, it’s definitely a good contribution to the cosplay scene in the Tampa Bay area! I’m looking forward to next year and definitely making sure to go again. This was the footage that my friend NekoUsagiTV and I captured during the convention on Saturday!
I really actually want to run around everywhere as Dipper and Mabel! It’s so much fun. Desu Delite and I had a fantastic time at Mickey’s Not So Scary and since you can dress up for the park, it was the perfect opportunity to go as the Mystery Twins. I filmed some of our antics and put them into a vlog~
The cat is out of the bag.