Anonymous: Thank you so much for answering the lens ask!You're a sweetheart!Also I love your cosplay like damn dude and your art is really nice! 

I’m happy to help!! and ahh, thank you so much *^*

Anonymous: Do you think it's okay if cosplayers don't have the same eyecolor as the character they're cosplaying?I want to cosplay as Gou from free! but my eyes are grey/blue and I'm a little scared of wearing circle lenses.. 

of course it’s ok!

At the end of the day, no cosplayer is ever going to be an exact replica of the character they are portraying, and I don’t see eye-colour as being a major defining feature to most characters, so I don’t think it should matter too much. Especially if you’re not keen on the idea of wearing contacts (which I, myself am not).

Especially on a character like Gou, I mean, I don’t even know what her eye colour actually is without looking at a reference picture and there’s nothing in the plot centered around her eye colour for it to be a significant visual as a cosplayer, so it really shouldn’t matter at all I don’t think :)

Anonymous: Hey! I just wanted to mention your art is amazing, your cosplays are gorgeous and you're beautiful to boot ^^ 

oh wow, thank you ;A; that’s very nice of you to say!! I’m very flattered <3

Anonymous: Hello! Nice pics, very nice cosplays. And I love Hoozuki! I just thougt I'd mention that you should be careful when wearing kimono and yukata type clothes: if the right side is top, that's how you put kimono on a dead body for funeral. So always make sure you don't see the kimono forming a letter "y" when you look at mirror - unless you're cosplaying a ghost. ;) 

I’m actually aware of that! If it looks like I’ve crossed anything right over left it’s actually because my camera does this stupid mirroring thing where it flips the image xD