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More fem cherik. Wheels are….. difficult
More fem cherik. This time cute beach trip. Wink wonk
Fem!James “Logan” Howlett - Marvel Comics
Wig styling/claws - Me
Photo - https://www.facebook.com/chadcosplay
Some really cool shots of my fem!James Howlett cosplay I wore to SacAnime Summer 2014! Overall I really love this cosplay!
This was the first time I ever tried styling a wig (
so much pain and hairspray) but I think it turned out well enough!:) I also started working out more to get in shape for this cosplay ( even more pain but surprisingly less hairspray lol).
Um, YES PLEASE.
Okay so I love the concept behind this picture but it really irks me that they felt the need to have a bare midriff. like seriously though the rest of the costume is great and makes sense for a superhero. But like really do you know how silly it is. Like fucking stomach wounds man. There’s a goddamn reason why Captain America doesn’t show off abs. LIke there is no reason to sexualize the costume
Yo, if people want to cosplay midriff-baring Captain America, let them. That’s the beauty of cosplay. Christ
This isn’t cosplay though, it’s a photoshop of the actress Allison Brie. I agree that cosplayers dressing up for fun should be free to do their own thing, but this was just some “WHAT IF MOVIE CAPTAIN AMERICA WAS A WOMAN” photoshopping that added a bare midriff b/c idk, female characters always have to be “sexy” and that usually means showing off skin b/c thanks male gaze, regardless of what the character would actually wear—because a soldier like Captain America would totally leave their abdomen exposed in a combat situation. (this is like a curse in rule 63 fanart and photoshopping)
I don’t even remember if I did this or not, they all look so familiar _(:3_L)_
HOW ADORABLE IS THIS: genderswapped Beatles (Fanni Bostrom as John Lennon, Audrey Marnay as Ringo Starr, Tasha Tilberg as Paul McCartney and Trish Goff as George Harrison). I like to imagine in this incarnation they are called Mary Beaton, Mary Seaton, Mary Carmichael and Mary Hamilton.