this was my Euphemia li Britannia cosplay from Code Geass! i loove cosplaying, even if i am a bit bigger! i got alot of pictures even though i wasnt the only Euphemia at this con, and this dress isnt even canon. i just made it up! remember. its called cosPLAY so have FUN with it!!!
Hi! Thanks a whole lot for this blog. I’m a very newbie and low-budget cosplayer (the best we can do in our family is patching up holes and buttons), but seeing all this people has been very inspiring for me.
This is me at SDCC 2011. I went as Emma Skye from the Ace Attorney series. I was US size 16 at time (currently I’m size 18). If all goes well, hopefully you’ll see fat Professor Layton at SDCC 2013 :P
Xena and Gabrielle Xena: Warrior Princess
You can be curvy and still do awesome cosplay! Xena is a size 18/16 gabrielle is a 13/14.
This is my She-Ra cosplay that I finished constructing a few days ago.
I take my cosplaying very seriously. I put a lot of heart and work into making all my things from scratch, into the details, and into having a very well constructed outfit. But nothing really grinds my gears as much as not being taken seriously as a cosplayer due to my size 20 hips. Like, wow, the size of my waist does not detract how flippin’ stellar the paint job on my armor is.
My point is, make the best costume you possibly can. Everyone else can shut their mouths as they gawk at your bodacious cosplaying self.
My wonderful boyfriend and I cosplaying Spades Slick and Ms. Paint from Homestuck!
My costume was very last minute, but I still loved it. :) I’m a size 14 on average, and I’ve been dying to submit here for the longest time. I’m proud of my size, and no one can stop me from cosplaying whatever character I like.