So recently we hired this new guy at my store, and he is just the worst. Slow on the register, keeps distracting the other employees, forces his way into conversations with customers, spoils books and movies for people, and that’s just the start of it….
Reblogging this because as a former Comic store manager and district manager, this shit was not tolerated at all in my stores. In fact I was proud that we had such a huge female customer base and most were young girls looking to get into comics. Everyone I employed made everyone welcome and accepted.
Ruins of Madame Sherri’s Castle in Chesterfield / New Hampshire (by Usonian).
I seriously live two hours away from here and I want to do a photoshoot here so bad. Just not sure which character. robbinsstudios, we ought to figure something out.
I have been wanting to shoot here forever!!! Let’s figure it out Bellechere!!!
BEST COSPLAY EVER (THIS WEEK): ROBBINS STUDIOS PHOTOGRAPHY SPOTLIGHT
Compiled by Betty Felon
With the growing popularity of cosplay in the world of pop culture (as well as our own Best Cosplay Ever feature), the cosplay community has grown rich with costumers who specialize in creative and intensive skills, from sewing to prop work to makeup artistry, to help bring their beloved fictional characters to life. However, one cannot deny the integral role that cosplay photography plays in the cosplay community, both in properly documenting costume work and utilizing their own artistic talents in completing the transformation of bringing a fictional character to life. Going forward, this feature will occasionally spotlight a specific cosplay photographer who’s skills could put Peter Parker to shame.
Today’s featured cosplay photographer are Benn and Liz Robbins of Robbins Studios, who specialize in dynamic cosplay photography across the nation.
HEY THIS IS US!!!! ^_^ YAY! Thank you ComicsAlliance and Betty Felon!
A behind the scenes shot from yesterday, thanks @apegnarlysuit from anatomic-latex.com
This is so perfect I can’t even articulate sentence…
Those Photoshop brushsets are created and shared by professionals and are free to use :
credit goes to creators and pandemonium art
(there are even more brushsets on the list)
What NOT to say to a cosplayer: 101 #cosplay #creeper #cosplaycreep
I’m pretty sure, cosplayer of not this is NOT how you talk to a person. Fucking hell.