Can cosplay lead to modeling, ect? Some cosplayer have built up a fan base and started acting (Luna Lanie) and others who are modeling for companies (pic related) Is it possible to break into modeling from cosplay?
It's possible, as you've already posted two examples, but it's highly unlikely. Best way to get paid for stuff like that? Lots and lots of fans. Companies will contact you because they want to use your big fanbase and you cooperate because you want free stuff.
If you want to be a model, pursuing actual modeling work will be a hell of a lot faster than hoping cosplay will get you discovered.
If you honestly aren't the traditional model type body or face wise (I'm not trying to be mean I wohld describe myself that way) and you're hoping getting popular with cosplay will get you modeling gigs by association then... it does happen sorta when popular bloggers and instagram users are sponsored by small businesses but it's a really far fetched goal and I'd reccomend setting more useful goals for yourself.
>go to post YY Kawaii >too late She is the best I've seen. I used to really love Jolie Petite but I ordered a case from her, she fucked up and I never got a completed case or a refund, looking for photos now, sounds like shit went down. But on the positive side, waiting on a YY Kawaii case! I'm so excited.
>what did you think of 2015 overall in terms of HS cosplays? I feel like there was a huge drop in the amount of homestuck at cons. Otakon Saturday still had a good amount of cosplayers, but Friday was just pathetic. Maybe the game will give us a second wind, but the current hiatus fells like the nail in the coffin.
And with that I'll just throw it out there that (if there's still interest for it, of course) I'll make my year end review in a week or two, and that if anyone have any new (or old) names they want me to take a look at, I'd like to know about them!
Saw a thread specifically for "meet killers", but not for discussing meetups overall. Feel free to ask for any help regarding meetups if you are planning one as well.
> How long have you been going to meetups for? > What was the best meetup you've ever been to? > Worst? > How often does your comm hold meetups? > Are you satisfied with the amount/quality of meetups that your comm holds? What would you... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
> How long have you been going to meetups for? About eight years now.
> What was the best meetup you've ever been to? That's pretty hard to pick. We've had some really nice ones over the years. The ones I like best are the ones that allow everyone to chat, though. So picnics, high tea, etc.
> Worst? We had one picnic that people wouldn't let go. Some of us tried to convince the organiser to move it to another day because the weather forecast was... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>8764670 >> How long have you been going to meetups for? only nine months >> What was the best meetup you've ever been to? probably our recent ILD meet or our aquarium meet! I like smaller meets but I also enjoy bigger meets where I get to see more people and do something fun. >> Worst? I don't think I've been to a bad meet yet! I have been to a couple meets that had a small turnout though. Those... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Cosplayer trouble with convention thread? Traveling as an invited cosplayers has been a thing for a handful of cosplayers for a few years now, so trouble has been cropping up with conventions generally treating cosplayers poorly, not providing interpreters, sexual harrasment, or even trying to scam them for money. So general thread where we talk about these incidents?
Things I can remember from the top of my head: >Reika dumped at the wrong terminal without help at an American airport so she had to use twitter and friends in order to not miss... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>8764193 did that ecuadorian guy ever do anything with "justice on his side?"
>How do we make sure that young impressionable cosplayers are not scammed or abused when traveling? (Especially when experienced cosplayers are still having trouble.) have multiple people read the contracts. lawyers if available.. make sure they have backup plans (people they can count on in the vicinity of the convention and airport) in case things do happen. that's more something the cosplayer... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>8764220 >did that ecuadorian guy ever do anything with "justice on his side?"
Nah. EGIC just posted a doctored account of what happened on their page, leaving out less savory parts of the chat logs and patted themselves on the back for being so righteous. It's ridiculous. No legal action as to what I could find, probably because they don't have a case.
Describe the person in your comm that ruins every meet up he or she shows it's face to. >Do other people cancel when they see that they are going to show up? >How do they ruin the meet? >Who invited them? >Did they eventually go away? And so yes, how?
>>8756875 wish the girls in the foreground were better dressed, that would make this funnier. girl on the right needs a blouse, girl on the left needs a hair accessory, bangs, and possibly better makeup
i'm hoping to fix this up a little by katsu and even do an actual photoshoot of it, but here's my monomi/usami from sdr2, i worked really hard on it and i think it came out pretty good!! (and i do actually have shoes for it, they're gold, i'm just not wearing them in this pic because i was at a meetup at a friend's house and had already taken them off)
Recently I've been looking for more conventions to go to, but I'd rather not spend time on my cosplay/spend money travelling to go somewhere a bit far for a convention in a high school gym or something like that. Any suggestions for good conventions (besides obvious ones like Comic Con or Anime Expo)?
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