So you’ve seen Star Wars: The Force Awakens a million times since its release, and you are dying to cosplay as Finn. A new jacket has hit the market that will have your best friend telling you, “the jacket looks good on you.”
A few years ago, 3D printing was a quaint thing for those on the bleeding edge to play around with. Now, cosplayers, comic book, and movie fans are using 3D printers to develop props and costume pieces that really wow. There is a lot of work going into these prints, including electronics and more. Check out this breakdown of how a Halo energy sword was created to include NeoPixel LED lights.
Crest Group is set to produce the third annual LA Cosplay Con from 11am – 11pm on Saturday, June 11th, at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, California. LA Cosplay Con is a one-day event for cosplayers and gamers to come together and celebrate the art and culture of cosplay. Once again attendees will be delighted by the exhibits, contests, panels and direct interaction with high-profiled cosplayers, special guests, and of course, other cosplay enthusiasts.
Beat Down Boogie went to Blizzcon 2015, and came back with this amazing video of cosplayers in action!
Want to see a really long Dragon*Con cosplay video? Beat Down Boogie shot over 450GB of footage at the convention, and have returned with 30 minutes of cosplay goodness!
Alexis Noriega took to YouTube last week to show off her Crooked Feather pneumatic articulating wings that made for a great Halloween costume, but I think she may secretly be Hawkgirl.
The DC Comics Bombshells idea seems to have been secret success for the publisher, and now with statues, posters, and comics out there, DC wants to help you with your cosplay.
The Baltimore Comic-Con is happy to announce the winners of our 7th Annual Costume Contest. The contest took place this past Saturday, September 26th, 2015 for both amateur and professional adults, and Sunday, September 27, 2015 for kids. Visually stunning costumes ranged from classic superheroes to video game and movie characters and beyond, and our contest has proven to be one of the most anticipated events at the show.
George Perez seems to show up at Dragon*Con quite a bit, and with the 30th anniversary of Crisis on Infinite Earths upon us, what better time to get a gathering of cosplayers to film a video?