Here’s my gallery of photos from ECCC 2014 with King Loki cosplayed by Fezhead11 and a whole bunch of other cosplayers.
A few of the photos are from Saturday. The majority are from Sunday. If you happen to see yourself and are not credited, please let me know and I’ll get it added!
More King Loki costume info can be found on my Facebook page: Coregeek Costumes & Creations
I’m still sorting through the Loki Sunday photos posed with other incredible cosplayers, hopefully I’ll get done soon. Here’s an awesome video until then. You may recognize someone at minute 1:06
Here we are, my 14 year old daughter and I as the hilarious “villians” from The Emperor’s New Groove. I mentioned before that after several years of only being behind the costumes this year was my first time of actually cosplaying.
I really had a great time. The response to our characters was almost overwhelming, not that I’m complaining. We were mobbed for pretty much 6 hours straight; I totally underestimated the love for these characters. Everyone was so polite and patient though, the whole crowd did an incredible job.
When we met Yaya Han she was so impressed she took a picture with us for herself! She mentioned that she had never seen Yzma and Kronk lab attire cosplayed before. That is really saying something considering the number of cons she attends and the thousands of costumes I’m sure she sees. Later that day we learned it was one of only a few photos she shared on Instagram from the day.
Mostly though, we met a lot of awesomely talented cosplayers, which I think was the best part of day. If you see yourself here send me an email (email@example.com) with your link so I can add it to your photo.
This was our second year for cosplay at ECCC. Last year my lovely daughters went to ECCC as Daleks; they had a blast! This year they decided to cosplay as Discord (Villain from My Little Pony) and The Mad Hatter (Johnny Depp version). I’m including the original source photos for comparison. The costumes were well received and we met a lot of nice people at the con. I’m still a little surprised at how many people both young and old recognized Discord!
The costumes were a team effort as the girls come up with the designs and help with all the little decisions, pick fabric, etc. My awesome mother-in-law does the bulk of the sewing, including the jackets, gloves, etc. I create all the accessories like the Hat, Antlers, Claws, Ears, Scarves, Scissors Pouch Etc. It’s a lot of work but the end result is quite satisfying.