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Seagulls, what's better: Creating an exact replica of a costume, or tweaking it slightly so it looks more aesthetically pleasing on real people?
I'm asking, because some colors in cosplay I have noticed, even when they're spot on to the colors used in an anime, look terrible when worn in real life. Personally, I think if you can make your fabrics and colors compliment one other, and everything looks appealing as a whole, that you've done a good job in cosplay. This is even if a bit of 'accuracy is lost.
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I just found out that the resident weeaboo queen is trying to join the same cosplay group as me. We are a tiny community and recently someone asked for people interested in cosplaying a certain series that I love. A couple of people expressed interest, we met up, made plans, bought some fabrics and now this little shit pops up and wants to join.
She is the worst kind of attention whoring weeaboo, obnoxiously loud, boob grabber, sloppily worn ebay cosplays, thinks she's hot shit. I'm just hoping she'll drop the group when she realises that we're actually serious about making good cosplays and not just some milanoo rags to flaunt around at the mall.
So, got any stories about weeaboos shitting up your local community? Or general horror stories.