Cosplayers and fans of the aesthetic come from all over to celebrate steampunk in some truly unique and ingenious ways. Here are some of the cosplay photos, taken by Beth Riley of GeekShot Photography to prove it!
While 2014 already feels far behind us, we’re right about the half-way point between December’s Fan Fest, and Phoenix Comicon (which is already picking up steam with fantastic guests like Summer Glau, Jason Momoa, Edward James Olmos, Alyson Hannigan, and others)! So we’re taking one more look at Fan Fest 2014, Phoenix Comicon’s first Winter event, and to do that I had another conversation with convention director Matt Solberg about how the first Fan Fest went, and what it meant for the future of Phoenix Comicon! Continue reading “What Fan Fest Meant for Phoenix Comicon” »
I spent this past weekend at WonderCon 2014, and in addition to some time in panels, part of the weekend involved checking out some of the great cosplay, including a few Geekly Press exclusives taken by Geekly Press editor Shannon Jelle, or if specified by GeekShot photographer Beth Riley: Continue reading “WonderCon 2014 Cosplay!” »
For those already aware, at the beginning of the month, I began a simple, yet ambitious cos-project. knitting the Fourth Doctor’s scarf. In the past 28 days I’ve managed to finish 192 rows or 2 feet. This may seem impressive, considering the scarf is 60 stitches or 13 inches across. Unfortunately since I set a deadline for finishing this scarf by April 1st, well it means that I’m going to have to step things up quite a bit to get the next 852 to rows completed to reach the 1044 total. I’ve learned some things along the way already, which should make the next 8 weeks a bit easier in completing the project. Continue reading “Cos-Project Update 1, The Fourth Doctor’s Scarf” »
So on this site we like to throw around new words and see what sticks like “epic-spode” used for most episodes of Breaking Bad. In this case we’re starting with “Cos-Project”, because you can’t engage in cosplay until you’re done creating your costume.
My next post will be on the first Cos-Project however it may technically be my second Cos-Project. Cosplay I’ve done in the past (almost always at SDCC) has included a couple different easy outfits. Continue reading “Past Cosplaying” »
So yesterday we asked our followers on Facebook and Twitter to see if they could guess the Geekly Press’ first cosplay project, (or Cos-Project). Though it’s technically the second that this blogger has done (to see the first click here for past cosplaying).
Anyway, people were quick to guess that it was indeed the Fourth Doctor’s Scarf from Doctor Who.