After my favorite carnival cosplay party in May, the sequel has finally continued, the title of which lets me conclude that perhaps there will be a lot of little con will be this year. Earlier I explained how much I enjoyed the family atmosphere of the event, now a much larger family has come together and thanks to the pleasant time it has become a really great Sunday program.
First of all, eternal gratitude that the event did not start early in the morning, but at noon (yes, I am a notorious night owl) so I could enter the Dürer Garden on a familiar terrain at the gateway where the formerly covered pavilion was opened so that in the hall Just Dance – I could not have done anywhere else but it was a bit weird. At the same time, the whole of the garden could be taken over by the cosplayers, which gave us all great opportunities for photography.
At the main stage, the Adamas Tábor organizer team showed a little taste for those how would spend the time in August, introduced the Black Fox Team, and told a bit about their photoshoots. Then came the highly anticipated cosplay contest, where it was possible to see the jury’s reaction to the various cosplay productions, and this gave me a strange tune to the program. Many of the contestants were again impressed by both technique, heart, and performance, but my personal favorite was the last participant to perform a ballet performance to take my breath away.
Then, one of the founders of the Alchemist Laboratory gave a lecture about the materials (unwarranted) cosplay-making – and yes, I’m losing it now, because I’m making my accessories according to his instructions. Then came the introduction of smaller cosplay clubs, where UHCM and Doctor Who were replaced. However, I was lagging behind the Paszuly Wig Perceir shortly afterward – I could ask for a similar performance because it was a good result. This time, not only was there a performance at the Mainstay at the Armory Bar, but Miyo had a make-up show and a lucky lady was also a man.
By the end of the day, we felt fatigued at big events, we smiled, we sat down in the smallest and weirdest place, but we hardly wanted to take off our cosplay or leave the Dürer Garden – the eighth was too early, I did not make it up in souls.
I’m so glad I met so many old friends on Sunday and that I met so many new faces – who you did not, they’re too good cosplayers. I sit down in slippers waiting for similar smaller cosplay events, where beginners can get a lot more relaxed, and the more routine they can indulge in self-indulgence.