Last month I went to Disney World, and I wanted to buy some of those cute ears before going. In 2015 I went to Disney Land and I felt so lame because I didn’t have ears, so I wanted to be prepared this year.
I bought these adorable Ariel ears from the Etsy shop Wishing4Wonderland. Let me just say, I have never had more compliments, ever! It seemed like everyone at the park wanted to know where I got my ears. I thought it would be cute to do a casual Ariel shoot wearing them!
Part of my new year’s resolution this year was to create more video, and convention vlogs are the perfect way to do so!
Connecticon is always a fun convention. It’s cosplay-heavy and for the most part everyone is happy and there’s always fun things to do around the city of Hartford, like food truck festivals and riverfront events.
In this vlog, I talk a bit about body insecurity wearing Cruiser D.Va, and share some footage from the Yuri On Ice & Overwatch shoots. Mostly though, I just derp around. Don’t forget to check out my Viktor costume breakdown – Mercy and D.Va are in the works!
What kind of content are you interested in seeing in my videos? More b-roll? More cosplayers? More talking? Let me know – I’m only hoping to improve my vlogs for the future!
So I’m just going to go ahead and start this post by saying if you haven’t yet watched Yuri!!! On Ice, you’re missing out. It’s taken the sports anime theme and completely turned it into something with real [gay] character relationships and beautiful figure skating animations.
I’m so in love with this show that I’ll mention a funny anecdote: Back when this was airing, I thought it would be a good idea to watch the latest (second to last) episode while on the treadmill at the gym. Big mistake. 5 min into the episode found me sobbing while walking as slow as possible, drawing many concerned glances from other patrons. Was it worth it? Yes. This show is incredible.
I documented the entire process of creating this costume, from initial sketch to the end. Keep reading for the full post!
I’m so excited to share this week’s geeky cocktail! We’re calling it Cruisin’ for a Bruisin’, based on D.Va’s new Cruiser skin & the vibes on Route 66. I’m currently in the process of making Cruiser D.va, but I wore this shirt and wig to get some photos for this post. Once the costume is complete I’ll be making a full costume breakdown on the gun, shirt, and wig.
Cruisin for a Bruisin’ is a spin on the classic Tom Collins cocktail, which was very popular during the 50′s and 60′s. Traditionally it’s made with gin, lemon juice, simple syrup & club soda. To bring it up to date and give it a little D.Va kick, we’re using White Out Mountain Dew in place of the simple syrup & club soda. It’s light and citrus-y… a perfect fit for this drink!
You will need (makes 1):
1 shot gin
6oz White Out Mt. Dew
Cherry for garnish
Put your glass in the freezer to frost
In a shaker add ice, gin, and 1/2 a lemon’s worth of juice. Shake.
If you’re following me on Instagram you may know that I just got back from a Disneyworld/Universal Studios trip, which has been on my bucket list forever. In honor of the trip, this week’s Friday post features one of my favorite fandoms of all time, Harry Potter.
Harry Potter World was incredible. We spent 80% of our time in Hogwarts and Hogsmeade. My favorite ride by far was The Forbidden Journey through Hogwarts – I rode that 3 times :P
Before we left for the trip, I knew I wanted to purchase some magical pins to wear at Harry Potter. How cute are these? The golden snitch is from Goellnerd Pins and the witch hat is from The Clever Clove.
The fourth book is my favorite (though it’s my least favorite movie). I love Fleur Delacour and bought her interactive wand at the park ^^ I love this print of the Hogwarts castle, with the Beauxbatons carriage and the Drumstrang ship.
If you’ve been to Disney World or Universal, which ride is your favorite?