cosplay shots

One thing about the way our warband fights is that, we’re often not near eachother in a line fight. Instead, as a warband of pikes and halberds, we’ll disperse and attack where we’re needed, as well as absolutely wrecking and breaking our opposing wall. I guess here I was defending the back of our line ensuring we didn’t get flanked.

I’ll also tell you that a huge part of me wanted to photoshop my derp face in this photo, but the last thing I want to be is fake. So this is me, derp face and all, defending the backs of some of my best mates in the whole world.

Photo credit and a huge thanks to @theprohobby for this shot.

Swordcraft - Melbourne, Australia.

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Starscream ( @tyrantofthefirmament )has gotten his talons on some dangerous toys, and he’s having too much fun with the Energon Harvester and the Omega Keys. The ability to suck Energon out of anywhere (or anyone) or restore an entire planet is heady stuff and makes for one cocky Seeker, but he also enjoys the simpler things, such as an inexplicably entertaining cartoon monkey. It’s too funny not to show Knockout ( @ask-dr-knockout ). Don’t worry, Soundwave ( @tfg1-minibot-lover ) or Prime ( @imgaladriel), they’re not up to something (this time) - they’re just watching dumb internet videos.

Our first photoshoot as a whole group was a smashing success! The props KO made were amazing and Daniel Sennet at TaoPhoto captured the best of everything.

I’m sorry, Eren. We were too on edge. You have every right to be upset. But, despite that…believe in us.

Series: Shingeki No Kyojin

📷: William Tan Photography

Filling some anon requests, this is in part for the knife-flirty anon and the shove each other against things anon. We have even more for you guys too ;0 

Shizuo - @artofprocrastination

Izaya - @destinationvalhalla

Photo - Credited to Shelobskeeper on instagram. 

I love love love this shot of my Hera taken at SWCO by @FuryZhil on twitter.

This was right as Celebration was shutting down on the last day and we were slowly inching our towards the exit