I ladyfied Jona and Alex. It was enjoyable even if the picture’s a bit rough and style/brush-confused. They would be pretty much exactly the same as girls, except for that Jona would wear more lace, have long hair (+curves) and be called Eva and Alex… would be called Alicia. Yeah.
Close-up because I’m really happy with the lips. The lace is a horizontally spherized + puppet warped texture.
So MoviePilot made an article with some Disney genderbend cosplays, Myself, Kelton, Junkers, Haku and others were featured. The general publics reaction though is rather interesting to say the least. I find the comments directed towards are cosplay humorous rather then hurtful for the most part. It’s just a little reminder for myself that while the world is growing to be more and more accepting and loving there is still so much hatred towards people who freely and fully express themselves. Because we don’t abide by what is “normal” for society. The scary thing is, this article was only posted four hours ago to their facebook and the comments so show no sign of stopping with maybe 90% of them being just like the ones above. Cosplayers have to be the most kindest and open/loving people I have had the honor of meeting, if only others could learn that same value.
This couple is blowing minds with their matching cosplays
Sheila and Sylar (also known as “Aicosu”), are a talented young cosplay team located in Los Angeles. Their attention to detail and beautiful craftsmanship has earned them a pretty serious social media following.
The couple has been cosplaying since 2007 and 2009, respectively. Since then, they’ve teamed up and focus on making complementary cosplays. They have perfected more characters than you can imagine.