Well it's finally summer time, and it's time for a BIG photo gallery update. As many of you may know by now, I got to attend the Sakura Matsuri Festival in Washington D.C. earlier this year and the kigurumiers were flooded with photographers. It saw the debut of several new faces, including Murasaki, and the return of Fantesca Design, the creator who made Inuyasha and Kenshin into mask form.
They came from all directions to take photos of our kigurumi and we hardly made it through the the festival. We were THAT popular. Now for this particular gallery, there were so many photos taken, I have to break it down into several parts, just so you can get the full experience of the festival.
Part one is now available in our Kigurumi Outings section of the gallery, or by clicking here. Check back in soon for part two.
Well, once again, it is time for another update to the gallery. I know I've been neglecting, but I just got back from a long trip to Washington D.C. so I have a LOT of catching up to do.
Look on the bright side, I got a new galley posted. Who is the love blue angel in the photo to the left? Her name is Pamela, and she is a trophy wife. For those who don't know what that is, a "trophy wife" is a young, attractive woman regarded as a status symbol for an older man.
Does she look familiar? Actually, she's Jovina's male gentlemen kigurumi from our photoshoot at Otakon last year. However, we decided to turn him into a robust and busty female. She's ready for any gentlemen to take her off to live in the lap of luxury, but for now, she'll have to settle with having her own photoshoot on the site.
If you would like to see the full gallery, you can check it out in the "Special Photoshoots" album, or by clicking here.
I promise a new swarm of gallery updates in the next week or so.
Today is a very good day for two reasons. First, Osama Bin Laden is officially dead, and the monster that was responsible for the tragic attack on September 11, 2001 has been brought to justice.
Second, I have a new photoshoot up in the gallery. At Spring Fling, Jovina brought out her classic Kitsune character and decided to give that mischievous vixen a chance to be an adorable shrine maiden. What would happen if she got a hold of the Shikon Jewel? What happens if she got a hold of a priceless emerald?
You can find out all this and more by going to the gallery and checking out "Kitsune Priestess" in the Fursuit gallery or by clicking here.
Well, it's about time that I get this site back up and stocked with some brand new photos, and that is what I am to do.
For those who don't know, I was fortunate enough to attend Jovina's annual Spring Fling in beautiful Maryland and I got to do so many different things while there. Of course, I had a camera on hand to take photos, and we begin with a trip to the Jefferson Memorial in Washington D.C.
Who is the lovely kigurumier in the photo? Me, of course. ^_^ Just kidding. The beautiful kigurumi next to me is Murasaki, a new face in the kigurumi community, and once she and Inuyasha met, there was instant synergy between the two.
Despite the rain and slick conditions, we still made it to DC and did a photoshoot, and that photoshoot is available now in the newly revamped gallery. You can check it out underneath the Kigurumi Outings.
It is now December, and man is it COLD!! Brrrr! Break out the gloves and mittens and get ready for a warm streak of photo updates.
The first photo update...Sugoicon. Almost a month ago, Shion and I were fortunate enough to attend a local Cincinnati anime convention, and the reception was nothing more than warm. People were pulling on us, asking for photos and hugs. Truly it was a wonderful time.
Now, I am still working on the new gallery, so I haven't uploaded the gallery for Sugoicon to the site yet. However, I have uploaded them to my Facebook account (Cody Nakamura), but you can view the gallery, even if you're not a friend on FB with me by clicking here.
Now, as for a Holiday photoshoot, well that's right around the corner and Edward is dying to get his hands on using alchemy to make some wonderful holiday decorations. You'll have to see that when the gallery is up.