I suppose most of girls and boys are into Anime Cosplay costumes because of being attracted to the protagonists and storyline of a film, anime/manga, and comic book.
Yeah, the fantasy world gives a limited imaginable space for us to wonder what if… Mostly, it likes a kind of realistic dream to present. Relax and funny is the spirits of a cosplayer. Expos and conventions are a way of life for a bunch of cosplay hobbyists and fans.
You pour large amounts of money into getting in and moving around the area, spend days or months at a time preparing your look and even create specialised outfits for sale. As with many of these types of events, you get people who go simply for the sheer fun of it.
These attenders are looking for the simple pleasure of having fun in all kinds of Anime cosplay costumes with friends in a way that gives everybody something to laugh at.
This is a positive attitude to usual and dreary life. The second and more vocal type of conventioneer is the type of person who aims for perfection. As to the diverse theme of cosplay, Naruto Costumes are listed in the top ten for a long run. Yet, people have something new to share with, cool stuff like Inuyasha Cosplay.
The majority of times these people appear seems Animes to watch be when a curvy woman is dressed as a skinny character with Anime cosplay costumes, or someone playing a Japanese part looks 'too western'.
Many of my friends have spoken to me about this group and the main consensus is that they are not a lot higher in the convention food chain than trolls because of the subject matter of their criticisms and the manner in which they're delivered.
So what's the problem?
It's all about the fun right? According to my fellow cosplayers, no, it is not.
It seems to be that no one wants to see someone that's just trying to wear the same outfits as their favourite characters from anime/games/films/etc. They want to see someone who is recreating a representation of the characters as close as possible, with attention paid to Anime cosplay costumes, detail accessories and even behaviour.
This is not necessarily a bad thing in itself, aiming for the best possible results; even with limited resources is always a good challenge for an individual. It lets you see how your skills are improving and helps you think outside the box where necessary.