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It's been a long time since I last wrote a tutorial so pardon me if I'm a little rusty! When i first made the shield, i was rushing it for Best of Anime (Manila) 2014 . I had initially wanted to debut my Elsa cosplay at BOA14 however I wasn't able to complete it in time and decided in the last few weeks to re-cos Homura Akemi instead.
My favourite part about this Prop and my method is how little I spent on it! Most of the materials that I needed was already available at home so the actual amount I spent on this prop was LESS THAN SGD$3.10 !!!
I managed to tour the AFA Halls and enjoy the crowd-less area today with help from a friend! The exhibitors are all busy setting up the booths and majority of the stuff’s not up yet but there were already a lot of Eye candy!
Let me share the photos I took with you now!
Datbaka is an Australian based Vietnamese Cosplayer. He is known for his dashing interpretation of numerous Anime and Games male characters. Dat was in Town a few months ago as a special Cosplayer Guest for the International Cosplay Days Singapore and guess who got a chance to interview him?
Check out the interview i had with Datbaka below.
Dat comes across as this surprisingly sincere and appreciative person. The kind of person you feel like you can befriend at a Con if the both of you just as much as share the same fandom. Even though Dat-baka was obviously worn out after a long day of competition judging, interviews and meet & greet session, he still pulls through the interview with a great smile and a positive attitude. He was also nice enough to oblige the request of filming a short "Hello" video to my friend too!
Hope you guys enjoyed the interview, remember to subscribe to TCC’s Youtube page and leave a comment !