Checking out their instagram, I am immediately greeted with a profile picture of #bestgirl(tm) and I am absolutely in love with their wig skills. Like, hook a bruvah up. I am so confused as to why some people only have a couple hundred followers, while others have a few thousand. It just blows my mind. Everyone deserves a bunch of amazing followers and I hope that when/if Teh sees this article, they know that I appreciate their work. Keep working on being amazing, and when I finally get to cosplay as Stone Free, you'll Jojo with me
What are your social media(s)? Facebook: Hanah's Filthy Cosplays at a Reasonable Price, Insta: @tehmoonprincess, Website: glimpse.pb.gallery
How long have you been cosplaying? For 6 years now!
What got you into Cosplay? It started with my love for Star Wars as a kid, having my parents help me make Star Wars Halloween costumes. When I got into anime in middle school, my passion for cosplay really blasted off! I realized cosplay was possible when I got to dress up as Android 18 from DBZ for spirit week and everyone loved it!
Favourite Costume? Was it bought or made? My favorite costume is my Kira Yoshikage from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. I thrifted for the whole suit but tailored it and styled the wig. It's my first JoJo cosplay and the first time I really got to meet other JoJo fans. The anime had just ended too, so everyone was on the JoJo hype train!
What are your goals as a cosplayer? I want to improve my sewing skills and construction. I'm a theater major wanting to work in the costume industry after college. Cosplay helps teach me different sewing techniques and pattern making styles that I can apply in the theater world. I'm a slow learner, but I'm determined!
Which Cosplayer inspired you to cosplay? @onyxglow on Instagram always gets me motivated to cosplay or work on things with her variety of work!
Dream Cosplay? Most definitely Idolized Easter Kotori from Love Live, but I also hope to someday make a Perfect Cell cosplay from DBZ!
Favourite Skill of Cosplay? (Wig work, sewing, armor, etc) Pattern Making! It takes lots of practice but I've been able to make some nice fitted clothes because I worked with my size.
Photographer credits: Midoriya Izuku from My Hero and Kira Yoshikage from JJBA by @thaon.art on Instagram (They're a friend that doesn't do photography as a business but their art is fantastic!) Hato Higashikata from JJBA by Close-up Cosplay on Facebook.