oliviasatelier:

Hokay! The other Cammy photos from Con Bravo 2012!

Made and worn by me.
Photos by everage.
Editing by me.

(Boots are pink because I was wearing it for the Cosplay for a Cure event. Also, this is my first time editing so pardon my complete lack of consistency.)

Hokay! The other Cammy photos from Con Bravo 2012!

Made and worn by me.
Photos by everage.
Editing by me.

(Boots are pink because I was wearing it for the Cosplay for a Cure event. Also, this is my first time editing so pardon my complete lack of consistency.)

Hokay! Cammy photos from Con Bravo 2012!

Made and worn by me.
Photos by everage.
Editing by me, with some help with the third photo by Gina.

(Boots are pink because I was wearing it for the Cosplay for a Cure event. Also, this is my first time editing so pardon my complete lack of consistency.)

oliviasatelier:

My mildly newly improved Cammy, which I wore to Con Bravo this weekend for the Cosplay for a Cure event we helped run. Still need to remake the bracers (especially after this weekend), but I like what I’ve done with the suit.

Photos by Rob Consonni

dannywanmassey:

Where can I find a girl like her?

As much as a compliment is nice, your comment doesn’t come off that way. Though a line like that may be meant to be flattering, it honestly sounds like straight up objectification; sounds like you’re hunting through the bargain bin for a new doll or a new piece for your mantel. Can we start by treating a “girl like her” like me and other girls are not objects to be found? Geek girls aren’t unicorns, we’re people and we don’t like to be treated like we’re some mystical treasure. Unfortunately, in many cases, girls are still treated like foreign objects and because of this we’re shafted from many geeky places and have to validate our existence in fandom. Until I (or other girls) can walk into any video game or comic shop without either being completely ignored when all the guys are being helped, or getting the “*gasp* A girl!” treatment, I really rather not hear, “Where can I find a girl like her?”

I’d like to think that’s probably not how this was intended, but it’s definitely how it sounds and how it feels.

As a heads up to other people, most girls don’t like being put on pedestals, or seeing other girls put on pedestals.

Also, I find it kinda rude when people delete the original comments/photo credits, especially because it was a charity shoot.

My mildly newly improved Cammy, which I wore to Con Bravo for the Cosplay for a Cure event we helped run.

Photos by Rob Consonni

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My mildly newly improved Cammy, which I wore to Con Bravo this weekend for the Cosplay for a Cure event we helped run. Still need to remake the bracers (especially after this weekend), but I like what I’ve done with the suit.

Photos by Rob Consonni

oliviasatelier:

Hey guys! Come check out the Cosplay for a Cure booth this weekend at ConBravo. I’ll be there along with some other kickass ladies in costume.

Recently a local cosplayer was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer. To support her we will be raising money to donate to the Ontario chapter of the Breast Cancer foundation. All proceeds will go to the foundation submitted in her name.

If you are attending please come by, donate and get a photo with the lovely cosplayers, such as Gina G, Gillykins and Christine of Dangerous Ladies. You will receive a printed photo on site from our lovely photographers.

Heading out to Con Bravo soon! Look for me as Velvet today and Cammy tomorrow!

Hey guys! Come check out the Cosplay for a Cure booth this weekend at ConBravo. I’ll be there along with some other kickass ladies in costume.

Recently a local cosplayer was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer. To support her we will be raising money to donate to the Ontario chapter of the Breast Cancer foundation. All proceeds will go to the foundation submitted in her name.

If you are attending please come by, donate and get a photo with the lovely cosplayers, such as Gina G, Gillykins and Christine of Dangerous Ladies. You will receive a printed photo on site from our lovely photographers.

Here! Have myself as Cammy and Gina as Power Girl from Anime North 2012.
Photo by Dinosaurusrex.ca
Also fire route.

Here! Have myself as Cammy and Gina as Power Girl from Anime North 2012.

Photo by Dinosaurusrex.ca

Also fire route.

This is an, “I love my friends” as Cammy photo post.

Top/CAPTAIN MORGAN photo is by “Max Guo”, bottom photo by Rob Johnson.

Power Girl, Donna Troy, Juliet Starling/Lollipop Chainsaw Girl

I’ma put up the Sailor Moon one tomorrow. :D