@minyoustar well I can’t deny that it’d def be easy to cosplay her with this hair. And my glasses are also convenient! Skin colour is not so inaccurate either. Oh and I do very much adore wifi. And own a blog with chat noir and ladybug ✨
Guys omg today I was wearing my Lady Wifi hoodie that I painted and in my college creative writing class a girl went up to me and was like:
“Did you paint that?”
and I was like
and then she asked me what it is and I started freaking out so bad because I didn’t know how to tell this twenty-one year old chick that I, an adult, am obsessed with a children’s cartoon enough so that I painted a hoodie of it.
So I told her that it was some abstract thing and she nodded and was like:
“I see what you mean. That’s a wifi signal right? Are you trying to express how technology today is taking away our individuality?”
and I was like “Yeah man, duh.”
AND I SCREAMED INTERNALLY RIGHT AFTER. I STILL CAN”T BELIEVE I HAD THAT CONVERSATION LMAO.
My friends and I cosplayed Miraculous Ladybug villains (I’m Lady Wifi) for New Con PDX last/this year. Even made some new friends!
I loved having a new year’s countdown with other cosplayers. For the formal ball I created what I’m calling “Queen Wifi”–my headband lights up! I got my prop signed by Cristina Vee, the English voice actor of Ladybug herself! Can’t wait for next year!
Hello~ It’s been so long since the last time I cosplayed as Alya nor Lady Wifi! Can’t wait to cosplay her again. My friend and I did a photoshoot few months ago and we still have pictures to share so stay tuned on @ladyblog-source :)
Cosplay “vs” Art concept
Photo: Katya Perin Cosplay Photography (FB) Edit: Erik Paredes Photography (FB) Nino: Erik Paredes Alya: @xemyxc aka Emy cosplay (on FB) Art: @mikasrockbells