Five Christmas Characters To Cosplay That You’ve Probably Never Heard Of Before

Thanksgiving is over, Black Friday was chaotic as always, and now it’s officially time to get into the Christmas season. And while it’s feasible to make any cosplay Christmas-themed (a red and white hat works for almost anyone), let’s talk about some Christmas characters that don’t get as much love.

Cosplay Care: Top Four Snacks For Cosplaying

Cosplaying can be hungry work. So, in this entry of Cosplay Care, we’ll look at a problem that comes hand in hand with dehydration: feeding a cosplayer. The food available at a convention center, or at nearby restaurants, are not necessarily going to be suited well to high-energy days of walking around. If outside food is allowed at the con you’re attending, making sure you have snacks on hand is a must.

Cosplay Care: Heat Exhaustion

Heat Exhaustion

Cosplaying can be physically demanding. It’s an art form that sometimes takes a lot out of a person during a day. So, to help cosplayers and friends of cosplayers have as much safe fun as possible, we’ll be doing a mini-series for a little while. It’ll cover a few things to account for when going out in costume.

A New Year For Cosplay

New Years

Because cosplay is such a high activity form of artwork, it’s helpful to have some semblance of a goal regarding it. It’s not an accident if someone ends up with a detailed Fortnight costume, after all. And, since it’s almost a new year, it seems only fitting to ask yourself this, dear cosplayer: what do […]

5 Festive Cosplays For The Christmas Season

Christmas

Sure, you could dress up as Santa, a Christmas tree, or an elf, but that’s the easy choice. Not to say they can’t be made creative, but I think there are enough holiday pop culture icons for the intrepid cosplayer to create something with extra holiday cheer. And I have five ideas for what you […]