With Adventure Time: Finn and Jake’s Epic Quest launching on Steam recently, I thought it would be appropriate to feature someone from the game (and TV show, of course) and found someone cosplaying as Marceline.
It’s been a while (again) since the last cosplay post, but it’s definitely coming back every Friday (as advertised on the MG Twitter background). Not just any cosplay, it will all be video game related and even indie games (I’ve actually seen Don’t Starve cosplay).
Saints Row’s Kinzie Kensington who is the FBI geek of Saints Row the Third and Saints Row IV has got many cosplayers, finding one who you think portrays her in the way you most know her as isn’t too difficult.
If you’re going to do cosplay right and especially Legend of Zelda, then it’s no good sticking on a green sack with a yellow bathrobe belt, you need to take time getting the details down, right to the last little button and make-up plays an important part, see how it’s done here.
It’s been a couple of weeks since the last cosplay post, mainly because I couldn’t find anything worthwhile, but this week sees what is probably the best version of Jack from Mass Effect I’ve ever seen.
This week sees an amateur cosplayer who made their own costume to go to a Borderlands 2 midnight launch and ended up winning the costume contest that she was totally unaware of. Meet Gaige the Mecromancer.
It’s been a while since there was a post about cosplay on here and since an old League of Legends (LoL) Caitlyn post was quite popular, a little scour of the internet brought up some recent images (just earlier this year) of some rather good cosplayers.
It’s been a while since MG put some cosplay up for you to see and what better way to come back with than Lilith from Borderlands! The person behind the costume is Mel or =WindoftheStars as she goes by on deviantART.
Some cosplay is good and some is made better by the person actually looking like the character, this is one of those where the costume is the star and the person, albeit, filling the outfit rather nicely indeed, doesn’t look like Miranda from Mass Effect 2. In fact, you’d have thought they could have done something with her hair for a start…
As ridiculous as that sounds, Red 5 Studios has launched a program for people that want to do ‘professional cosplay’ and the first person on their books is cosplayer, Crystal Graziano who will be sponsored for a whole year to attend conventions and promotions as well as supply a professional portfolio.