Whelp PAX Prime is over and school is starting soon. I'm going to take this moment to reflect upon my experiences as a cosplayer and crossplayer.
Refection #1: Well starting off with my Con trip in Taiwan, was and still is, a breath taking moment. I meet a lot of cosers and crossers in which shared their personal experience and struggles they had to deal with while making their costumes or perfecting their make up. I will say this, costuming isn't a simple hobby that you would instantly know how to make it.
Honestly if you started off with zero experience on sewing and have no idea what to do you can seek you family members or friends to give you an idea. I would also like to add accidents can happen, so always have a back up plan in case the "accident" does happen.
Reflection #2: While I was overseas I noticed that Syfy have a show called "Heroes of Cosplay" I would like to say that show only shows the competitive part of our hobby, excerpt the drama and freaking out moment. DO NOT FEEL DISCOURAGED! Cosplay had always been and will always be "a creative hobby"
However there are those who, like Syfy depecit, all competitive business, I would say it is true, there are hobbyist among us that want to go in and show off their creation. But it is their choice and we, as cosplayers have no say in the choices they make. Well in general we all as humans have choices to make either good or bad. period.
Reflection #3: After PAX Prime I realized that I had really improved in being a crossdresser. I will say this on here now before i forget. My last trip before returning to America was Singapore. One thing I did not immediately took notice was the AMOUNT of good looking guy to female and female to guy crossplayers was in Singapore. Hence after I left I dubed Singapore "Trap Central" I would thank to CJ and Max guiding me to perfect my crossplay make up. And from then on out I began practicing the ways of the "Crossplayer" I would like to say on here that I had crossed the boundaries by purchasing fake boobs and other "things".
And yes, I am a total Ahri sympathizer.