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First-time cosplay is terrifying, complicated and exhilarating

por Will Nowell (2020-01-15)

id="article-body" class="row" section="article-body"> No, that's not me in my cosplay outfit. It's Piper. She's a menace. 

\uc370\/\ub9cc\ud654 - \uc74c\ub2f4\ud328\uc124\ud558\ub294 \ub0a8\uce5c\uc774\ub791 \uc0ac\uadc4 \uc370\ub9cc\ud654 1\ud654Erin Carson/CNET It's 8:30 p.m. on a summer Wednesday, and my mom and I are walking through the fabric aisle of a Joann craft store, looking for a bolt in a specific shade of red. It's not fire engine red, or candy apple red or even ruby red. We're looking for blood red. 

With minutes to go before the store closes, we walk out with a few yards of fabric, thread, 야한 웹툰 추천 a 22-inch zipper and an urgency to get home and start cutting out a pattern for a dress that's going to be my first attempt at cosplaying at none other than San Diego Comic-Con. 

At this point, you've probably heard about cosplay. Folks dress up as characters from TV, movies, comics, anime or even as characters from their own imaginations. Some outfits are more elaborate than others. You'll often find cosplayers showing off their latest creations at conventions around the world, like SDCC, Disney's D23 and Dragon Con, which takes place this weekend in Atlanta.