HUMPH, LOOK AT ME, I’M MY DAAAD, I LEFT ALL MY DAD STUFF IN THE LIVING ROOM SO MY SON MIGHT WEAR IT BUT DON’T BOTHER ME CUZ I’M ON THE PHONE BECAUSE I’M A DAAAD #cosplay (Taken with Instagram)
21 year old aspiring artist in NYC who hates website bios
Q. Comic Con is next week and all I’m thinking about is ‘I can be that one girl from Seconds even though I have no idea who she is. That’s not weird.’ Tell me that’s not weird. -pulls denim shorts out of closet- -yells about white high-tops-
A. it’s not inconceivable, I guess. I never thought of her as a character that people would rush to dress up as, but she’s got pretty simple ‘fashion rules’: she has lots of black hair, she always wears black tights and oversized tops, and she either wears white chucks or boots (the story takes place in winter).
The problem with cosplaying her is that she’s just a normal girl and nobody would recognize you (probably not even me). but it can be a cosplay in your brain, i guess……?
if you dress as her, come show & tell me about it and i’ll secretly whisper her name in your ear.
here’s an early sketch of her wearing a trendy Nirvana t-shirt.
Ay jesu que linda
Nope. Haven’t slept yet.
Can’t sleep. But, I can think about comic-con. And how cool it would be if I were to look uncomfortable and cosplay as a flying bison (Appa)
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