If my memory is correct, I first saw the art of Charles Thurston at the Indianapolis Comic Con. I didn’t have a chance to meet him but I looked him up as soon as we got home. Ever since then, I’ve been following him on Facebook. Recently, he was selling some art in order toContinue reading “Chasing Destino’s Interview with . . . Artist Charles Thurston”
Yesterday, I realized that I don’t have a specific portfolio. So I’m making a separate page. Maybe three separate pages.
So thanks to Instagram, I was able to connect with the writers at Think Alike Productions – Ruben Romero, Roger Cabrera and Bethany Romero. Their current comic book is called “The Agency,” which is available on Comixology. This was also the first time that I’ve ever had a digital comic book. In “The Agency,” fifteenContinue reading “Destino’s Interview with . . . Think Alike Productions”
1. Decide how dedicated you want to be to cosplay. If you don’t like people looking at you and asking to take pictures with you, maybe keep the costume more understated. 2. Stay as accurate to the character as possible. Comic book fans take their comic book characters very, very seriously. Accuracy is key toContinue reading “How to get started on your Cosplay Costume”