Category: <span>cosplay</span>

Comic Con costumes

A few costumes from the East European Comic-Con in Bucharest, the 2014 edition

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comic con costumes
comic con costumes
comic con costumes

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Comic Con EE

Group of cosplayers from Comic Con East Europe in Bucharest

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Otaku 2014

Yume and Trixy with two costumes from the Otaku festival in Bucharest, the 2014 edition.

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otaku

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Maid

Maid cosplay from the Otaku convention (with a pinch of J-Rock)

maid

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Cosplay contests

The main event at an anime convention is the cosplay contest and now at Nijikon it was the same. Busy with a different photo session (more on that later), I was able to attend only on Sunday, when they had the group contest, where the focus is on interpretation, less on costumes. Still, some of the plays were good.

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nijikon cosplay
nijikon cosplay

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Nijikon guests

Out local anime conventions are growing, after Otaku gave the tone in spring, it was now the time for Nijikon 2012 to follow, bringing a number of international guests to show their cosplay skills and encourage the local movement.

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Niji, Niji, Niji!

The Romanian fans eagerly awaited Nijikon, out biggest anime convention since last year (well, is not that bad, we had the smaller Otaku in the meantime), so when happened they put on their best costumes to show the world their passion. It happened over the last week-end at Palatul Copiilor in Bucharest.

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nijikon
nijikon
nijikon
nijikon

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Visual Kei / J-Rock

The two fashion design students prepared each one their graduation, by creating a line of clothes, both of them inspired by the Visual Kei style, J-Rock and Japanese culture.

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Laura‘s collection was more towards manga and anime, which characters playing their roles in a story.

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Cristina went more the music way, the characters were j-rock stars:

j-rock

Overall, everyone worked hard, designers, models, helpers, for the image to come well.

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No caption needed

This picture can be captioned is so many ways, and all of them funny, it needs no caption. Just laughs.

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Fan service

Fan service is often found in anime and manga, so it couldn’t have missed from the Otaku anime festival. Most of the time it is aimed at the male audience and then it can consist of gratuitous panty shots or jiggling breasts. Now, thanks to Calssara, we were blessed with some beautiful panty shots:

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The female audience was pleased also, by the apparition of Ellfi’s muscular pectorals:

fanservice

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Otaku cosplay

Some of the costumes from Otaku: special guests, contest participants, general audience. A lot of people was wearing costumes there.

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cosplay
cosplay
cosplay
cosplay
cosplay
cosplay
cosplay
cosplay
cosplay

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Special cosplay guests

This year the Otaku anime festival had as special guests a few famous international cosplayers, which also served as members of the jury. I think is the first time this happens in a Romanian cosplay event.

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Those cosplayers were also examples of quality cosplay, as you can see here, Calssara from Germany and Elffi from Finland:

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And also Licorne from Hungary:

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Can I say “multipaaaaasss!!!”?

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Indian cosplay

Calendar check: 14 February… maybe is the time to post some soft and sweet pics? I don’t know, it may be… anyway, here is some Indian cosplay, testing the costumes. Maybe next time we will have a better location.

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