1. If someone at commissions you for a costume, how much lead time do you need or want? I’ve never made them from anyone but myself however I have guided my friends on making theirs but if did commissions at least a month.
2. What inspired you to start making costumes? my love of anime pop culture and acting in general ive been into acting forever and cosplay is a extension of that getting to be your favorite character for a day is so freeing and fun.
3. Outside of Cosplay, what are your interests? I like anime , video games , archery I draw a little to I have lots of interests.
4. What is your primary method of funding your projects? In my early days my parents helped with cash make up advice and such now I fund myself with my retail job if your clever and expert penny pincher you can make a cosplay for under one hundred bucks.
5. What is your number one anime of all time? Yu Yu Hakusho its a 90’s supernatural fighting anime classic I love it so much I have a tattoo of it.
6. What is your favorite material to work with? I like to alter pre-made products personally but when I make props which is one of my favorite things to do is crayola model magic clay the stuff is cheap and wonderful to use.
7. What is your favorite convention globally speaking? I haven’t really been globe trotting but I’ve heard comic market in Japan is amazing I went to Japan 2 years ago but didn’t attend any conventions I just went to experience Japan and it was amazing.
8. What is your favorite local event? I live in Alabama so my conventions are mostly ones within my home state the biggest I’ve attended is AWA in Atlanta Georgia , but my favorite is Kami con in Birmingham Alabama its fun not far away and I always have a great time.
This is something that my maternal grandfather made for his sons when my grandmother was sick, and that his daughters would pass onto me. Two spoonfuls of creamy peanut butter on one side of the egg before folding the other side over it. I don’t remember what kind of tea I brewed, and it was my aunt who suggested splitting the strawberry as a garnish. So how was your Father’s Day?