Started cosplaying since: 1999
Fave fictional character: Rally Vincent (Gun Smith Cats)
Hometown: Barcelona, Spain
A Little About Me
Hi there! I'm a kindergarden teacher from a town near Barcelona who lives with his fiancee and a huge dog named Kyon. I begin to cosplay a lot of years ago and I never stopped.
I'm, still, a newbie in some aspects of this amazing hobbie, and I think that if you don't learn anything new making a costume you are not in the right way. But still, this is amazing hobbie and I think the most important thing is to enjoy it, have a lots of fun and meet amazing people all over the world.
And to a lot of this people I have to thank for vote me and allow me to be here today. Thanks!!
Series: Odin Sphere
Description: This one was a little old costume (from Spanish WCS preliminaries 2009) but still one of my favourites. The wings where huge, but still not really annoying. I really fell in love with the wig the first time I saw it and I think that it and the make up gave to this costume a special aura althought the clothes part are little weak (I improved my skills with the time I think)
Photo credits Lali Puig
Series: Ragnarok Online
Description: This costume was a challenge for obvious reason and I dedicated to the Pecopeco most of the effort. Nowadays I think the armor parts can be lot better but my intention with this costume was change from "normal" knight outfit to "Peco" knight outfit in the Skit, so I needed a lot of movility and simplify som parts. Anyway I'm styll very proud of how this come's out at the end althought making the PecoPeco was a nightmare.
Photo credits: Toni Lara
Character: Mother Gothel
Description: This costume is one of my favourites. I really loved Mother Gothel character in the movie and enjoyed making it. I'm pretty pleased wth the fabric choices I made and the "reality" touch it give to the dress, specially in the bell and the cape (it was very heavy!!) I think it have a lot of thing to improve but, specially the sleeves, but still, a very fun costume to wear.
Photo credits: Lali Puig