BiographyCosplayer's Name: Yomoko (https://www.facebook.com/YomokoCosplay)
Started cosplaying since: 2008
Fave fictional character: I can't think of anyone as there's just too many. It's too hard to choose. Cool and epic characters.
Hometown: Canada, Quebec
A Little About MeFirst of all, I want to thank all my voters and my supporters. Without you guys, I wouldn’t be there. When I participated in Otaku House’s Cosplay Idol contest, I have never dreamed of making it to the final, so thanks guys.
I started cosplaying since 2008, but start making my own costume in 2011. I still feel like I’m a beginner with so much to learn and I feel blessed to be surrounded by so many talented cosplayers that I can learn from.
Please continue to support me and come by to see my page ☺
Character: Okita Souji
Series: Hakuouki Hekketsuroku
Description: I have a lot of fun cosplaying Souji as I get to be sadist and tease my friends ^^. We did the photoshoot in the middle of winter so it was freaking cold. I couldn't fell my feet at the end of the shoot, but the snow is really comfortable if you sleep on it :P. Since, we are doing the rasetsu version; it means blood, blood everywhere. After the shoot, we just hoped that no one think there's a murder...
Photo credits: Henrickson (http://henrickson.deviantart.com/)
Series: Eiyuu Senki
Description: It's the piano skirt that caught my attention in the character design. In the middle of making the costume, I kind of regret it. It's looooong to sew all the piano keys and the golden bias all around the coat; it’s a pain in the ass. Since it’s Beethoven, she cannot go without a piano, so I made a large origami piano as I finish the cosplay before the convention and have time to waste XD.
Photo credit: Michaëlle Charette, Photographe (https://www.facebook.com/michaellecharettephotographe)
Description: I made Pocahontas upon a request of a dear friend and she's doing John Smith. At first, I'm not confident that I can pull off a good Pocahontas, but seeing little kids’ smile at the convention makes me feel like I could sign up to work for Disney :P. Never underestimate the power of makeup.
Photo credit: Bahamut Night Photography (https://www.facebook.com/BahamutNightPhotography)