ComfyCozyCon accepting panelists!

Saturday, August 15, 2020 on Twitch

In my last blog post, I announced that I would be hosting my first ever panel virtually on my Twitch channel. Shortly after announcing that, a friend messaged me to tell me that the Semi-Formal Ball that they typically host at Animefest would be streaming online the same day as my Adobe panel.

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First Ever Ashweez Cosplay Panel: Intro to Adobe for Cosplayers

The Adobe Creative Suite is a powerful tool and has many programs that can be handy for a cosplayer, but it can be a little overwhelming. Ashweez walks you through each program and what they can be used for to help polish your cosplays and build your brand! Ashweez also offers cheaper alternatives to Adobe.

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Cosplays, Cons & Controversies: Reopened for Responses

This time last year, I started my study on the cosplay and con community I entitled “Cosplays, Cons & Controversies: A Deep Dive into the Cosplayer Experience.” After receiving over 50 responses, I had to take a short hiatus from it to focus on other projects. Now, I am reopening the form to accept more responses in the hopes of getting 100 total participants.

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Officially Leveled Up: Journeyman Craftsmanship Cosplayer

I entered my Grimm Reaper cosplay into yet another cosplay contest, this time at Anime Dallas. AD’s contest rules stipulate that Judge’s Awards do not count towards your total number of awards and therefore doesn’t disqualify you from entering that cosplay into the contest. With this in mind, I was effectively at zero awards, so I entered into the Inexperienced (Novice) category. Continue reading “Officially Leveled Up: Journeyman Craftsmanship Cosplayer”

Thrifting for Cosplay

So you want to cosplay and you want to do it on the cheap. What can you do? Well, there’s actually lots you can do. You can wait for sales, become a coupon hoarder, and buy in bulk. You could buy a readymade cosplay on one of the many cosplay stores online (infinitely cheaper than making something from scratch). One other way? You could put your cosplay together yourself using the wonderful world of Thrift Stores. *angelic choir* Continue reading “Thrifting for Cosplay”

I Won an Award!

Last weekend, I entered my Maria Calavera cosplay into the Animefest Cosplay Contest. I hadn’t entered into a contest since my first one in 2016 when I cosplayed Korra during Kumoricon. (Kasey and I had entered the FanExpo contest with our Overcooked chefs, but I don’t count that since it was just a walk-on and not a craftsmanship contest.) Continue reading “I Won an Award!”

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