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Anime Convention and cosplay

Last Sunday, I finally attended an Anime Convention.

I always said that I wanted to go...and I missed it last year so I went this year~!! 


It is a 2 day convention. However, I only went on the second day which was a Sunday. Surprisingly, there was A LOT of people.

 It was really overwhelming. There were just so many people and things to see. And since it is my first time here, I am not really sure what to do.

I saw many cosplayers. A lot of them wore really expensive and exquisite costume.

elaborate japanese traditional costume

Then, there were weird costumes. Boxes, much?  

Box dude.

Then, there were adorable cosplayers with pretty good costumes.
Gauche from Tegami Bachi

Belphagor and his twin brother from Katekyo Hitman Reborn

 Surprisingly, there were kids too.....

Did I cosplay too? Well, yes I did. I cosplayed as Kanmuri Shigeru. I mean, I bought that costume last year and didn't use it. So I thought that I should atleast use it once. So that's why I decided to cosplay.

lol. no, I'm not gonna show you a pic of me. So here, enjoy the real character's pic~!

Anyhow, I kinda understand why people like cosplaying.

I mean, for that one day, you can be a weird character or anything it is you want to be. And the costumes, even though they look hard to pull off. I don't think they are hard at all. Once the person gets used to the costume, it's no longer a problem. At one point, I thought my wig was my hair. So yea...

And not only that, it's also the 5 minutes of fame. I mean, people will want to take pictures of your costume. So yea. There's a high there.

As for me, I just like the idea of wearing all these exquisite and wonderful costumes. How often do you get to dress up like this anyway?

Unfortunately, this is a very expensive hobby.

So yea.

If I get to go for next year's convention, I will definitely go and cosplay again~!

PS : 



Happy "Sam" said…
Yeah !!

Merry christmas !~
and a happy new years !!
hehe !!

Wow !!
where is the place ?
Like at KLCC there de ??
nice ya !~~
hehe ~
JchelzAerides said…
Lol. Where can I see you cosplaying XD

Happy New Year

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