Take a look at their creations and tutorials and tons of screen captures or reference pictures of the costume you want to duplicate. CASUAL COSPLAY So maybe you're not ready to construct a full-blown mech suit yet, but don't worry, ...
Author: Amy Ratcliffe
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Help young fans get in touch with their inner geeks with the ultimate guidebook for creating, sharing, and enjoying the world of fandom. Being a fan is a big deal. Whether it's comics, video games, podcasts, cosplay, books, films, or something else, there are so many ways to share and celebrate with the things that you love. So, it's high time for a guide to help young fans navigate the world of fandom and its many flourishing communities—from fan works to cosplay, gaming, podcasting, and more! Filled with history, trivia, tips and advice to getting started, and insight from creators and artists from across pop culture and specializing in a wide variety of mediums, A Kid's Guide to Fandom is the perfect geeky primer for young fans. Organized by type of fandom medium, each chapter offers a brief introduction, facts, history sidebars, and easy to digest information on how to: Create Fan Fic or Fan Art Design and Create a Cosplay Start a Podcast Design and Create Games (video games, tabletop, and other role playing games) Find and Create Supportive Communities Find and Attend Conventions Plus, interviews with popular creatives like Alan Gratz, Erin Lefler, Jen Bartel, Daniel José Older, Rose Eveleth, Kat Kruger, Jordan Dené Ellis, Liz Crowder, and more.