Is MeMeMe still relevant? Legit question. Can't say I see a lot of it aaround anymore.
Alright, I thought a new video or something else got released to randomly warrant a thread. 's Cool though, just curious.
I'm not OP, for reference. Just random anon who thought they released more.
yes we got trolled le lel so jelly fatties
Anyone have any good cosplayers doing pic related?
how much of an attention whore do you have to be to not even wear the tight, short dress and just go 'fuck it, im just going to wear the underwear set'
>inb4 'youre just jealous, fatty!!'
she has a great body, doesnt mean she has to walk around in bra and underwear in a public setting. a private photoshoot for this would have made more sense
All cosplaying form either video says is that you are too fucking stupid to get what those vidoes were about. The whole thing is about how sexualizing woman like that is gross and demeans your veiw about how women and people too, and not just fantasy objects. Otaku are too dense for all of that and mememe is now fap material.
I know a lot of cosplayers who do this. It makes legs and thighs look great, and provides a level of "security" because they're opaque enough to hide what's underneath if there's a wardrobe malfunction. My ex-gf was really insecure in costume, both about creep shots and because she thought her legs weren't nice (which was bullshit), so she wore dance tights with pretty much every single costume she did that had a skirt shorter than knee-length.
I think dance tights look stupid, and whenever I see them, I know that the cosplayer is really fat/out of shape. And it's not fooling anyone, because the texture might pass at a glance in person, but on any camera with decent resolution, the texture will be different.
Don't get me wrong, I love the feel of stockings, and actual stockings look great, but dance tights made to shape your body will never look right because they don't look like skin.
Plus, skin is always best.
> if you wear dance tights you're fat
How autistic are you?? Dance tights cover bruising and any shaving mishaps AND keep legs warm in less clothed costumes and that's what they're used for 99% of the time
Also helps skin discoloration since most, from what Ive noticed, most cosplayers I know have sensitive skin that becomes red or blotchy in areas depending on what they are wearing or where they are posing or if they are posing on something like the ground.
Here's some straight off insta
This was made by Wreck'd Studios, they made a clay sculpt first but no idea what the actual mask is made of. Not familiar with the builder so I can't comment on what their usual materials are for things like this.
why wouldnt you make the cute underwear she wears in the video instead of a random thong? im assuming this is a masquerade or something.. pretty cringe if there were kids/parents there
so many people dressed casually. are there really cons like this? every time i go it seems like at least 70% of the crowd is in costume. and most od the rest wearing obviously weeb/nerd attire.
Posting what I got
yeah and the walls and floor were warped at AX too..
are you mistaking depth of field for editing because literally all the lines are straight and untouched wtf are you talking about