Like these little critters! They sat on your shoulder and moved - controlled by this little rod you could conceal in the palm of your hand. Very nifty...
The roller derby girls.
Transformer! Very cool.
OMG I wanted a picture of this guy so bad but the crowd kept me from getting to him and I tried to find him later but I couldn't! All I managed was this shot - he's the freaking Mad Hatter from American McGee's Alice video games! He was on stilts! He was awesome. :3
There were people there doing zombie costume makeup - it looked super cool!! This girl let me take a picture of her while she was getting made up.
Costumes for sale. I don't know how you'd walk in this, but is it not awesome?!! It's a Big Daddy from Bioshock - one of my favourite video games.
Jack Frost outfit. This one gave me ideas like... I could do that~
The 4th Doctor (Tom Baker) - my favourite Doctor. And this little kid was adoreable. :3
Fully Robotically Controlled Beeping and Moving R2D2. Yup. Awesome.
Assassin's Creed Cosplay - note badass pose, as well. ;)
Awesome clothes!! There were awesome clothes... ;_;
I don't know if this girl was anyone in -particular- but her pirate outfit was the Bomb!!
Okay, so my timing on this pictures sucked!! Bad expression timing lol... but I got just the one picture (silly me) and she DID THE POSE without even being asked and I was just all fangirling over this outfit because it's freaking Mikasa from Shingeki no Kyojin!! lol... It was super nicely done, too. Like really good quality... I want an outfit just like this for Ai-Kon...
It's that flying guy from one of the new Star Wars movies. lol. He was a prop at one of the booths; just cool. :)
It is my firm and absolute belief than anyone who dresses as Deadpool is (a) crazy and (b) awesome.
Throwing gang signs lol. And hey, there's me! How did I get in there~
Really cool indy comic - artist was all the way from Chicago, if I remember right; nice guy, too.
More awesome art in Artists Alley. It's Bender!!
Nifty 'art' feature with the NEX-6. BARELY touched up except for a tiny bit of lighting/contrast! The camera did most of this. Was very nifty looking.
Quidditch games/practice. They were teaching it!
Borderlands Masks. I could not believe how... utterly video-gamish these looked. They didn't even look real. lol. Was very neat.
She-Ra!! Princess of Power!! Oh man, I watched way too much of this as a kid. XD
Fucking amazing helmets/armour.
Red Riding Hood and the Wolf. I feel quite certain these are comic characters and not just 'traditional' Red Riding Hood costumes, but I couldn't say for sure...
The Crimson Binome (aka Captain Capacitor). Reboot was totally re-booted for this con - they were everywhere!
The Panorama Function. Awesome.
Hexadecimal. Reboot again lol. Man, I loved this show...
Batman and Catwoman (the good ones).
Iron Man! Dude... he LIT UP!
All in all, was lots of fun. I would maybe go again next year (if I had actual $ to spend lol). The tickets are quite expensive... o_O The camera was awesome. I tried 3 different lenses. One let me take shots in 1.8 f-stop... so nice. And was taking lots of pictures at ISO 1600 and man, I can tell a little but mostly... not really. Hardly any grain! So crazy... And it was FAST, too... No zoom on that lens, but it was wide-angle so it was great for full body shots of people in costumes. I also tried a couple of zoom lenses and a really wide-angle lens, both of which only went down to like a 4 f-stop, but still took good shots indoors. Man, the NEX-6 is an expensive camera, though... Nice, but... expensive. lol. It's pretty much a grand with a lens... wow. I think I'll stick to my DSC-HX10V for a while longer yet. XD