Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum were two of the most memorable characters for me from Alice in Wonderland, as a child. As in, I had nightmares about them never letting me leave the conversation. Part of me really wants to have someone twin this with me at September’s A Very Happy Unbirthday meet.
Japan Expo, with a Xenomorph
(I love Alien<3)
#lolita #jason #animeblues #animebluescon
So I made this for Comic Con Montreal this September… We chose to hold a geek-themed meetup before the con. I’ve always been a great fan of James Bond and I almost watched all the movies. I knew I would be the only one doing that since it’s not part of the traditional geek culture. The gun is a customized nerf. Mine is probably going to be just a normal one spray-paint in black and silver. I found a really cool photo in a nice tutorial, but Polyvore wouldn’t let me use it. I’ll also probably modify the blazer to have it sit at the waist properly. And the dress is already mine, as well as the hat and the tights. For the shoes I’m not sure yet, I might use a pair I already have instead. The flowers will go on the hat~~ and I’ll probably also make a cool brooch to put on the blazer and glue a couple to the gun.
A photo taken at a lolita meet up I went to last weekend.
Lolita fashion Tiana. There’s something relaxing about immersing yourself in drawing tiny details. Kind of like scribbling while on phone.
Me and Zoooooooooooorg on M.Ani.Fest 2013. Day 1
Happy fourth guys!! Star Wars loli skirt with my double bladed initiate saber!
Thanks to both Michaela and Iggie for the photos!
Extremely belated photos of my outfit from the Leeds Lolis Geek Meet. The fandom I chose was Labyrinth, so I designed a print around that subject.
Unfortunately I had a lot of unplanned hiccups on the morning of the meet so I was an hour late as well as forgetting to put most of my make up on while I was rushing out of the house. So I will be reworking this outfit at a later date to do the skirt justice :)