Here is the link to my photos from Thurs 05/24/18 at Phoenix Comic Fest 2018
In this photo: The beautiful DJ Dollz take a moment to pose for a photo with a young storm trooper. Oh, and Dead Pool is in this photo as well.
5 years ago at the Arizona Renaissance Festival I met a girl. I knew at the time she was special…I’m betting you can see for yourself why.
Our encounter was at the very beginning of her Cosplaying adventure, and I believe she even said it was her very first time visiting the Ren Faire.
Since that time I have ALWAYS looked forward to seeing her amazing Cosplays at various ComiCon’s and other events.
You have, I’m sure, seen photos of Krash on this site in the past. If you would like more details about her Cosplays, and you’d have to be crazy Not to, here is the link to her Facebook page.
Model: Sami Ashe
Here is the link to Sunday’s pics on Flickr: Phoenix ComiCon Fan Fest 2017 (Sun 11/12/17)
Angela Gonzales, Warrior (left)
Regina Rodriguez, Wonder Woman
Amber Bernhardt, Walker (right)
Emily – (Left)
Cydney – (Center)
Dalen – (Right)
Click this link to see my set of pics from Phoenix ComiCon Fan Fest 2017
Right now, it’s just pics from Saturday. Sunday’s pics will be processed and posted very soon!
Links to the Models Social Media pages:
Her gaze is Piercing beyond what her Dark Force Power emits…her power from BEFORE becoming a Sith was over Men.
Her gaze is Penetrating beyond what her seething anger and hatred portray thru her Mastery of The Force, she could penetrate the Soul with just a single glance and cause the strongest of Men and Woman to tremble in Awe since a very young age. Time has only made her powers more terrible. More invasive. More…Fierce.
Don’t look now! She seeeeeessss youuuu!
Model / MUA / Costume Design: Zephiia Winchester
Phoenix ComiCon 2017
Find more images from #PHXCC2017 HERE
Welcome to another Cosplayer Spotlight. Today I bring you my friend Tiffany as “Steampunk Sally” from “The Nightmare Before Christmas” which she premiered at PHXCC 2017.
Tiffany is, quite frankly, doing some of the most original Cosplays I have seen. I think her secret is that she follows her heart and creates from her soul. Take a look and see what I mean! And to see the full set on Flickr click here.
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The third annual Phoenix ComiCon FanFest took place this year at the Phoenix Convention Center instead of it’s previous home of the University of Phoenix Football Stadium where it had been for it’s first two years of life. I’ve heard there were mixed feelings among some attendees about this move, mainly due to the loss […]
For those kind people who allowed me the honor of taking your photo over the weekend at Phoenix ComiCon Fan Fest 2016. I gave you a business card as a gateway link to those photos…I just want to give a little update on that process:
“And so it begins…the monumental task of uploading, Keyword tagging, sorting, selecting, editing, renaming, converting and ultimately uploading the pics from this years #FanFest2016.
And if you think that’s gonna happen in the span of a day or two…you aren’t working my Day-job schedule!!
I am hoping to have a few teaser samples to drop in a few hours…but for the whole thing…gimme a couple weeks.”
It may not actually take Weeks…I can’t say for certain. I am working on them as quickly as possible.
In the meantime…here’s a little sump-in’ sump-in’: Elfy Aubrie on standby as I work with another model passes the time on her phone…
It happens about this time every year: Phoenix ComiCon! I attend the entire weekend and roam around the Phoenix Convention Center taking photos of the event, but especially the Cosplayers. And, about this time Every Year I find myself glued in front of the computer editing photos for days and weeks! This year the image count was a bit lower than it has been in the past. Only 1500 files to sort, select, edit and post. Don’t get me wrong, I am not complaining! I’m just explaining why posting images of the event can take a bit more time.
However, as I go thru my workflow, I like to let a few image leak into the wilderness of the Inter-Webs.
When I first met Shauna, she was cosplaying a Gender-bend Pinup-Style Captain America:
This time ’round she’s a bit less patriotic, and more horrific as Freddy Krueger from Wes Craven’s “A Nightmare on Elm Street” series.
If you are not familiar with this Iconic character of Horror…well…just watch the film. And then…Dream about Shauna’s version instead and I Guarantee you will thank me later!
Find Shauna on Facebook: Kitty Hardy Cosplay
I will have more pics done soon and will post the link to the collection on Flickr as soon as possible!