Sewing, constructing an armor, styling wigs and knowing how to edit photos are probably the most important abilities for those who work inside the world of cosplay. Often though, one particular point is neglected, one on which I base my work, and that I believe to be a fundamental aspect of cosplay: interpretation and, as a consequence, facial expressions. ✨
Being able to convey emotions through photos and facial expressions is something unique. When I decided to begin this journey in cosplay I started by studying acting, and spending my evenings staring in the mirror always trying to change and improve my appearance, or simply trying to perfect movements, such as the raising of the eyebrows which initially I wasn’t able to recreate.
With this post I’d like to address many people who don’t believe that interpretation is a key aspect of this world, and consider wearing a costume and standing still to be sufficient. Interpretation is everything, to some people.
It is not the mere face that strikes us, but the expression that it communicates.
it is not the body that we like, but how it moves.
Often we are not attracted by physical appearance, but by how a certain individual acts.
🇮🇹️ Non è il viso che colpisce, ma le espressioni.
Non è il corpo che ci piace, ma il modo in cui si muove.
Non è spesso l’aspetto fisico che ci attrae , ma sono i modi di fare di una persona.
1-Marshall Lee (Adventure Time)
3-Beast Boy (Teen Titans)
4-Cosmo (Fairly Odd Parents)
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