AaronC wrote: »
Probably can't smoke inside. Don't hit any wickets or sticky whatever's or bowl a maiden over or have a blow.... Cricket is so confusing.
Cookienommer51 wrote: »
I want to cosplay. But i don't know where or how i can find or make a costume
Yamasei wrote: »
Okay, now, onto my question! I am cosplaying Yuno Gasai from Future Diary, and she possesses weapons ranging from axes to machetes to an innocent pair of scissors. I understand that the weapons policy (especially in VIC) is very strict, but I was wondering if I could at least bring a pair of scissors to pose with? They're not considered a weapon, but I suppose you could cause harm with them, so would anyone be able to tell me if I can actually bring them along? The costume isn't really the same without them.
It cannot be sharp or pointy enough to cut or pierce someone with moderate pressure. This includes all real swords, daggers and knives. It also includes ceramic blades, needles, syringes and anything that can pierce (for example, a Little Sister syringe made of wood would not be allowed)
SuperRoach wrote: »
Has anyone heard of light painting?
It's where you draw in the air and take a long exposure photo of it. Here's some I done a while back. http://imgur.com/a/sMf3W
Would there be any charecters/cosplayers that would look even more awesome if I took a photo involving them somehow? Cloud getting hyped up casting a spell or mario under a coin box or something. I dunno!
SammieJay91 wrote: »
Does anyone know what the costume regulations like?? I'm thinking of Cosplaying as Cortana from Halo, don't want to put all the effort in to find out I can't wear it.