Thu Oct 18, 2018 02:59 am
By day I'm a model and writer. By night, I'm shovelling Pringles down my gullet while I shotgun anime or play way too much Xbox. My first foray into geekdom was in my tweens when I used to obsessively play point and click adventures on the Amiga and borrow my older brother's 2000AD comics. Now I'm more into RPGs and indie comics but they still have a special place in my heart.
July 23rd
Fanservice series' like Prison School or Yuri on Ice. Except I don't feel guilty about them. #YOLO
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My second set is now live! Of course my favourite character was going to be the uber-muscly domme lady. I'm a bit DYEL compared to her and I'll never be that oppailicious but I still had fun. It was shot by the lovely Bearded Cynic Photography. I also recorded a video which was rejected so please contact me for details of how to obtain it.

And head on over to my blog for more details about the costume and shoot. I want to say it was a partly thrifted cosplay but we don't call them "thrift shops" over here. We call them charity shops, and charity-shopped cosplay doesn't sound as catchy. Brits are unnecessarily wordy. We also call bathing suits swimming costumes :D

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I'm new to cosplay too and wish I had more helpful advice. I have a grand old total of 36 followers on Twitter. You'd have to ask someone who's more of an expert on social media how to do it but having a solid social media presence certainly helps. I submitted a set to Cosplay Deviants which is one way of making money but if your wife isn't comfortable with nudity then that's obviously not an option. Modelling I can give advice on. It was my full-time job for six years and I now do it part time. The best way to earn money will always be a decent agency but that requires certain stats: 5'8"+ height, a very small dress size, and a very unique facial structure for fashion work. A marketable commercial look (like women you see in brochures or on TV adverts) with perfect teeth for commercial work. I have none of these (well, apart from being tall) but still made a living as an art nude model. There are requirements for this too. You need to be slim, toned, strong, and flexible to be able to do the poses required. Freelancing works quite well for glamour models too. To get started freelancing you set up a profile on a model portfolio site like Modelmayhem with a decent portfolio and start casting for work. Again, it's very hard to make a living from this if you're not comfortable enough to "open bobs" and do at least topless but it is possible if you have a unique look and pose well. Other than that she could try applying for a film and TV extras agency to make a bit of extra cash if there's a reputable one in your area.