B-but it's not as if I was slacking off or anything! It's a good chance to meetup some familiar faces (and some new ones), right? Right?
Anyway, I didn't took much picture the first day. Why? Well I dunno... I guess I was still tired from the train journey I had the day before. Or maybe because I didn't get any sleep. Or a hundred other insignificant factors that could lead to being lazy.
OK, I'm just rambling over there. Here's some pictures of the first day:
And that's about half of the pics that I took on the first day. But to my defense, there wasn't too many cosplays on the first day that really impress me, with majority of them being Vocaloids. Also, I mostly used my camera to record the band performance, which you can see as such:
(more videos of the events could be found at my Youtube channel [/shameless plugging])
I had the experience of meeting a few online people irl. It's always strange whenever that happens if you ask me - you don't get the comfort of non-direct communication - but I'm okay with that.
The second day was slightly fruitful, as the gears in my head finally starts to kick off:
I did took some pictures with the Koumajou Densetsu team with a few other guys, with almost the same position as the Wriggle above (oh that's so m of me). Just head over my FB page if you're curious about it:
Pictures of C2AGE (I will put it as public for about 2 weeks or so)
Also, no worries, for there's no terrible crossplayers picture in that (Azusa, anyone? :P). So just take it easy there.
A few things I learn from this convention:
1) Traps and crossplayers are a must in a con
2) A con is only half as fun without a friend or acquaintances. Or cute cosplayers.
3) If you hang out with the people at the cons too long, you'll start to pick up their crazy traits (and I mean the funny whacky kind of crazy)
4) Getting stabbed in the back ain't too bad (I'll let you browse around my FB page to find out what that means hahahah)
Well, time to finally get on my thesis. The next posts might be when something more interesting happen (which I can't guarantee, seeing that I'll be subjected to rigorous labworks and writing). I'll still be my usual procrastinating self, so:
Take it easy guys~