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iorishiro:

Matoi Ryuko in the Kill la Kill official settings and material book Volume 2

If there’s one thing I really appreciate about these designs it’s that Ryuko, despite looking fundamentally the same, gives off completely different vibes in each outfit. She looks childish in that robe and also in that wedding dress. She looks really mature in Senketsu Kisaragi. I think this art book made me notice that a lot more.

Support London Andrews creating Art/Photography

The title says it all. Quite honestly, as someone that’s been following models{including the plus-size ones}, nude, non-nude and otherwise, for some time now, this is very sad news{more so considering the current era we’re in}, but at least there’s a way to help pitch in.

To anyone that’s also been following models also, feel free to contribute and spread the word.

Back to re-blogging, and sharing.

Support London Andrews creating Art/Photography

The title says it all. Quite honestly, as someone that’s been following models{including the plus-size ones}, nude, non-nude and otherwise, for some time now, this is very sad news{more so considering the current era we’re in}, but at least there’s a way to help pitch in.

To anyone that’s also been following models also, feel free to contribute and spread the word.

Back to re-blogging, and sharing.

suddenlyapples:

the safest route!!!

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Sunrise Sunplosion by (Geoff Fandrick)
Ok I have been following you since you had your other blog and lived in austin tx. I even had hired you for a drawing session once but had to cancel to pay the IRS. Would hate to see you go away. May I suggest if you do have 60k followers on here, I know I would pay $1 a month to keep you around. So send me a link to your PayPal account and I will gladly pay my $12 bucks In advance for the next year of intertainment. You may be surprised how many other would do the same.

londonandrews:

If you are serious and you want to support me as an artist … I could totally use the help. I am considering staying …. I am going to try my best - I am taking Giftrocket donations …. Giftrocket.com  … My name on there is London Andrews and the recipient email is bluebeetle3@gmail.com … If you send anything to help - I will send you Dropbox invites as a Thank You… Sadly - Although people LOVE to say that they want to help - They usually don’t follow through - Everyone wants everything for free, and that is fine. It just means that i need to work on my next venture. I am hoping that I get to continue blog … but only time will tell….x0

Jes

 

For those of you that follow models, plus size or otherwise, I believe this is something to consider.

I also want to help out in some way.

polarityplus:

Sheik sketchin’ for this month’s work theme

polarityplus:

Sheik sketchin’ for this month’s work theme

joodle:

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The Truth Behind Heroes Of Cosplay: New Orleans

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The Truth Behind Heroes Of Cosplay: New Orleans

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Heroes of Cosplay is a popular tv series on SyFy that showcases certain cosplayers at conventions across the US. But what you might not know about it is how this show treats the people at conventions… the ones that aren’t the “elite” few, the cosplayers and convention goers behind the camera. I never had to deal with them until they came into my town - New Orleans. I thought it would be a great opportunity to see this show in person but my opinion quickly changed.

The way they treated my fellow cosplaying friends and the way they took over our beloved costume contest was completely inexcusable. There were a few mishaps on the convention floor but a majority of the issues came around the time of the Costume Contest. This was my third time attending Wizard World New Orleans and usually the costume contest is done in 1-2 hours. This one took over 2 hours just to get through the individual category. It was clearly being staged because only certain cosplayers were being allowed to talk about their costumes on stage, everyone else was rushed off. I didn’t realize it at the time but the ones they stopped to chat about were mostly Heroes of Cosplay participants. They didn’t care one bit about anyone else. It became really painful to watch/participate when I saw beautiful and elaborate costumes getting rushed off because they weren’t one of the “elite few” from the show.

After the contest was over, my friends and I went on to enjoy the rest of the convention as much as possible. Some of us completely shut out the competition because it was the black mark of the whole show. I began gathering stories from my friends and fellow Wizard World convention goers. Then other people began approaching me with their account of what happened. Here are our collected thoughts:

Encounters on the Convention Floor:

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This happened Saturday around 2:30pm the Cosplay Circuit Digital Hall Awards photobooth, where they take your photograph and post it on the Wizard World site. Jesse Lagers tried to cut in line in front of me. The obnoxious camera crew’s goal was to cut the “Costume Contest Winner” into the line. I was sandwiched right between him and the AVP guys. The costume contest didn’t happen until later that night. They decided the winners for the contest before the show even started.

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I just want to chime in for a second here… I have always loved Yaya, she was always nice to me over the last 3 years and I really admired her up until WW New Orleans. Now I’m a photographer at alot of Cons and I’ve worked for Wizard World for years. This year I wasn’t working for them because I was working exclusively for a very well known website. When I passed by her just in walking around the con floor she pretty much stopped me and was like Oh you ARE going to take my picture now. I was crazy

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And people wonder why I hate shows like this. Should be off the air for good, really.