As a cosplayer, do you have a private life?
Yes, of course. Actually I’ am amateur cosplayer even though it’s been a years since I’ve start cosplaying. I always place myself as an amateur cosplayer because I know I’m not perfect enough though but those imperfections gave me a huge experience to improve my cosplay.
How it affects in your life?
For me, as I see being a cosplayer or cosplaying is a very expensive hobbit with a mixes of popularity, insult, fame, happiness, desire, gossip, new friend, group, and a lot of things that will involved my private and public life but I don’t mind some of them because I do cosplaying for fun and to express what I’ve felt inside my heart. I met new friends and found a group that has a very interesting aims to help our community to grow and I’ am very proud to be part of it. Not only that I can help others but to give happiness as well including myself.
National Cosplayers of the Philippines “Outreach Project”
House of Refuge
Road 20, Project 8 Q.C. Philippines
June 8, 2013
How you manage your time if have a convention, event and photoshoot?
Like what I’ve said before, cosplaying is only my hobbit. I don’t bother myself for side by side event, convention and photoshoot. I’m going if I’ am free and enjoyed myself with others cosplyers like how I’ve done in making my costumes; I’m not forcing myself in making my costume because I know once I did it, it’s turn to mess.
Is it true that you travelled almost 4 hours for the cosplay events?
Yes, that was true. I’m not living in manila where almost of the cosplay events happened so every time I’m attends cosplay event I need to travel 3 to 4 hours to reach the venue but I don’t complain for the long journey instead I was very thankful because I discovered new things while I’ am in journey.
sleeping while traveling
Thank you for sending me some question about my cosplying. I really appreciate those items.
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Thank you ♥