After an appreciation of the Fox of the West, today let’s explore a couple more foxes from the Eastern front.
Recently, a couple of comrades from the book of faces piqued my curiosity after their forwarding (One from each comrade) of a couple of cosplayers on my time line.
Again, the one of the comrades failed to include the sauce of the said cosplayer’s profile.
However a brief investigation of mine quickly pointed me to the rest of the cosplayer’s photos of her portrayal of Tama-chan!
It’s been a while since I last featured a cosplayer of my beloved Tama-chan on my blog.
So starting with this one, I’ll probably do some posts on Tama-chan cosplayers from around the world, under the tag キャス狐スレ.
Pronounced as Kyasukosure, which is a word play and abbreviation of Kyasu (Caster), Ko (Fox), Kosu (Cosplay) and Kore (Collection)… you’ve guessed it: Caster Fox Cosplay Collection. www
There are probably many Tama-chan cosplayers out there that I have not yet seen or known, but there are a few that caught my eyes.
One of them is this lovely FoxLady, hailed from Western Europe country of Netherlands.
During the beginning of December last year, a sexy Japanese cosplayer posted a tweet of herself in a Turtleneck Sweater she got from COMFILAX, a fashion brand.
The series of photos shared quickly gained recognition amongst the twittersphere and soon became a meme.
I’ve spent a lot of my time during the trio of event days roaming the insides of the exhibitions halls, only occasionally ventured outside for some fresh air and catch some cosplayers into my recently acquired lens. www
Although I’ve missed many great stuff in the cosplay scene while I was away, I did managed to capture some of them as seen below.
As per annually, cosplayers and photogs set up shop at the 3rd floor of Suntec City Convention Centre, just a floor below the exhibition halls.
Dolls (Especially those of 60cm in height, playfully referred to as musume (Daughters) by their loving parents) have made a prominent presence amongst the community attending past AFAs, especially during AFA12…
While not as grand as the gathering in 2012, many musume did made their attendance to this year’s event as well…
Exit Tunes, in promoting their new Vocaloid, had a custom Mayu doll on display at their booth.