Cosplayer: Mappy Sánchez / Mappy
Started cosplaying since: 2005, then i stopped and went back at 2010
Fave fictional character: Usagi Tsukino and Asuka Langley Sohryu
Hometown: Barquisimeto, Lara, Venezuela
A Little About Me
Hello everyone! My name is Mappy and i’m from Venezuela, I didn’t really expect to make it this far at Otaku House Cosplay Idol!
I would like to thank everyone who voted for me in the past round! It was really a surprise to be a finalist, i’m very thankful and i’m so glad you liked my cosplays, I love cosplaying and i hope you enjoy my pictures and, if you like them please vote for me again n_n you will see more from me soon!
Character: Princess Serenity
Series: Sailor Moon Stars
Description: The most complicated cosplay i’ve done so far, the wings were almost 3 meters wide, but you can’t appreciate this in this picture :(, i made everything incluiding the dress, accesories and wings, this is the Princess Serenity version that appeared on episode 200, during the battle with galaxia. Sailor Moon is one of my favorite characters, i always love cosplaying any version of her.
Photo credits (if you wish to credit your photographer)
Description: This costume is very special to me because so many people liked it! It was totally unexpected, when i was making it i thought it was too easy so i decided to make a Staryu also, i tried to take care of all the details. I always felt very identified with Misty when i was growing up and i watched Pokémon everyday, i love her!
Photo credits (if you wish to credit your photographer): Andrea Santinato (Andy Valentine)
Character: Tenjou Utena
Series: Utena Adolescense Mokushiroku (Movie)
Description: This is the second version of Utena i make, the first one was the school uniform also from the movie, i’m in love with all the visuals from that movie, it’s all very elegant and beautiful. I felt very comfortable in this cosplay, i also think the colors look very beautiful, also Utena anime and movie is one of the best i've seen! n_n i hope you like it!!
Photo credits (if you wish to credit your photographer): Jesús Puentes (Passepartout Photography)