So a few people wished the Ask I posted yesterday was rebloggable, so I made it so!


These are all my non-Marvel comic costumes (omitting the two other versions of Dawn I made). I’m looking forward to adding Balent-style Catwoman to the roster, as well as Witchblade, and Promethea.

I’m just not that into DC. I’ve tried. And I don’t do a costume just for the helluvit - I’ve got to really like the character and the comic!

You can see more shots of each of these costume on Facebook.

2012 - A Year in Review - Costuming!

Here are the scant few new costumes (and an oldie but goodie) I made this year. 2012 has been a helluva year. Due to personal troubles, costuming unfortunately had to take the back burner more often than I would have liked. I’m looking forward to making up for what I missed out on in 2013!

Plans are already being made regarding costumes and conventions for 2013, and it’s looking like it’s going to be a very promising year. Prospective costumes include: Mad Moxxie (BL2), Diva Plavalaguna, Promethea (the first comics I ever got my hands on!), and Witchblade, Ame-Comi Power Girl, and Risti (Queen’s Blade) are still on the docket. I’ll make a post of conventions once I have things a little more set in stone, and once a few cons confirm that I’ll be their guest!

Cheers to a new year!

NYCC was a pretty strange convention. I felt like I was here, there, and everywhere, yet I think I was only in the dealer hall for a total of 2 hours all weekend! I had a blast, though.

Here’s me as Ghost and Captain Marvel. I lost count at 20 people calling me Emma Frost while I was Ghost, and I had fun teasing people by refusing pictures unless they could guess the character. I usually schooled ‘em and let ‘em have a pic anyway, haha! I also had fun when people called ‘Ms. Marvel!’ - I’d turn and correct them with: “It’s /Captain/, now!”

It was fantastic getting to see all my friends! That’s always the best part of a con for me. But another highlight was when I was dressed as Ghost, Sean Astin looked to me, and said with a grin, “Wow, what kind of Jedi are /you/?”

More Captain Marvel pics should be coming soon! The fantastic photog Anna Fischer and I had some fun over at the Intrepid, and I’m looking forward to the results.

So here’s how my 2011 went. Tumblr wouldn’t even let me load up all the pics I wanted to, hah!

This year wasn’t great for me in terms of getting to create my own costumes (mostly because I made so many costumes for other people!) but I still feel it was successful. Especially physically! This year I give myself a gold star, fitness-wise. According to my 2011 Costume List I still have Tarot and Witchblade to rock. I’m waiting for snow to hit for a Tarot shoot, and Witchblade is a work in progress, but still definitely being created.

I didn’t attend SDCC this year, but I went to C2E2, and after all the fun I had there it hardly bothered me that I wasn’t involved in the San Diego rush. DragonCon, as always, was my favorite convention.

2012 will be a fun year! I’ll be posting my 2012 Costume List within the next couple days, so keep an eye out. Which conventions I will be attending is still up in the air. As always, if you would like me to attend one of your local conventions, shoot a message towards the guest coordinator and brag about me. I’d appreciate it!

Here’s to 2012!