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Cosplay Gen Updates

Thank you for 20101

// December 24, 2010
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The Cosplay Gen team would like to thank you, our readers, cosplayers, photographers, collaborators and partners for all the love and support you’ve shown us in 2010, together with you, we’ve made possible this wonderful project. [..]

Cosplay Gen #03 is in the works!4

// December 20, 2010
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We are happy to announce that we are currently working on the third issue of Cosplay Gen. We’d like to thank everyone who sent their submissions to our e-mail address. As we received a lot of them, unfortunately we couldn’t answer to all of them individually, but be sure we read each and every of your e-mails.
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Phoenixiaoio (CN)2

// December 1, 2010
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Cosplay Gen: There are a lot of versions of Hatsune Miku; what did you see in the 1925 Hatsune Miku version?
Phoenixiaoio: As you say, there are lots of versions, and I think they are extremely different from each other. 1925 is such a cute song and its lyrics contain the historical fact of the year 1925 in Japan. It is the first year when female conductors were used for the trains of Japan. Also, the year was marked by unrest and civilization crowd. People started to reflect whether money is important or not. I think that is what I see in the 1925 version. [..]

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Kotanimomo is a very versatile Australian cosplayer, with a very wide range of characters, chosen from anime, manga and games, and including both popular series (such as Macross Frontier), and less known works (notably Sidooh manga). [..]

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DIY

As of this week we’re going to start posting carefully selected tutorials for the DIY section. This week we present you a video make-up tutorial, by the professional make-up artist Michelle Phan, for those of you who always wanted to cosplay Nana Osaki from the Nana manga/anime series, but didn’t know how to go about with the make-up for the character. [..]

AFA X4

// November 21, 2010
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On November 13 and 14, at Suntec City Convention Center  in Singapore took place AFA X (Anime Festival Asia), the most awaited event of the year for the otaku community in Singapore and neighboring countries. Judging from various reports of the participants (cosplayers, photographers, or simply the large public), they seem to have had a lot of fun. The foreign guests included, among others, Kaname and Danny Choo, who attended the event for the second time.  [..]

Pamela Góngora / AiKiren (MX)4

// November 17, 2010
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CG: Was it hard to find such a fitting place for the Miyoubi photoshoot?
Pamela Góngora / AiKiren: Originally we thought about taking the photoshoot on an elegant place; however, in our city it’s hard and expensive to find a place like that. After some thinking we decided to try going to one of the biggest graveyards of the city. At first we had a bit of trouble selecting the proper places to take the photos, but thankfully my boyfriend and the photographer had excellent ideas for the location and composition. [..]

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Yuujin RuI is a Vietnamese cosplayer who succeeds in giving a special sensitive touch to his  characters of choice. He doesn’t just wear a costume, but also transposes the character into his own personal world. Thus his cosplays can be regarded as a very interesting symbiosis between the fictional universe of the anime and the inner reality of the cosplayer. [..]

 
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