I was the photographer for my anime club’s Valentine’s Social (amongst other executive duties). The theme was an IRL otome game in a school setting, hence the school uniform.
It was Club Day so I tabled for anime club.
My iron is broken so I couldn’t iron this one. Q_Q I ordered a steamer from Amazon. 🙏
Here are my favourite posts of 2019. I’m thinking of writing a post for each year but we shall see.
Deleting my Twitter account was a huge change for me. I do miss my friends but it was not a good place for me (due to reasons outlined in the post).
I had fun writing episodic mini reviews.
These are the first shots I took with my DSLR. I love hydrangeas.
My friends and I went to a sunflower festival and we had fun taking pictures. I like the wildflower photos the most.
I borrowed a cosplay from a fellow Anime Club exec. These photos are from a cos test the day before Clubs day at the university.
This was my first time participating in Inktober. It pushed me to draw a lot.
A lot of you guys liked my photos of the steam clock in Vancouver. Some of you thought it was a screenshot from an anime, which I thought was quite amusing.
Juuzou Suzuya from Tokyo Ghoul:re. He has black hair.
Kuroko Tetsuya from Kuroko no Basuke. School uniform cosplay.
I was asked to take pictures of my friend’s cosplay. This was a new experience for me because I’m usually the one being photographed in cosplay!
My friend cosplayed as Ephraim from Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones. He made the cosplay, except for the weapon which was commissioned.
Cosplayer’s Instagram: @swordbr0
Summer Festival and Anime Evolution are local anime conventions in my area. Summer Fest is run by Simon Fraser University’s anime club.
I saw Moya at Summer Fest because she was selling anime pins and other items at a table. I tabled for my university’s anime club, University of British Columbia Anime Club (UBC Anime Club). I cosplayed as Kiki from Kiki’s Delivery Service.
Met another Kiki
One Piece haul
I got to go in for free, which was great. I cosplayed as Rachel Gardner from Angels of Death. I met Falcon from Geek Astronaut for the first time, which was really cool.
Tabled for UBC Anime Club
Bought a gundam
Anime conventions are pretty nice because you have a good chance of meeting your online buddies in real life. I got to hang out with a lot of people I knew already from anime club and I met a few new people as well.