Tall Chick Cosplay has been in love with costuming from the time they were a teenager. What started as an obsession with theater and working at the yearly Renaissance Festival opened into the world of cosplay around 2008. Since then Tall Chick has worked hard putting together character cosplays from all genres. They have been working on their sewing, crafting, and prop skills with great results. Charity work is very near and dear to them and they are a member of several local organizations. Seeing the expansion of cosplayers from all walks of life is exhilarating. Welcoming new and returning cosplayers is always a joy. If you see them around SoonerCon please say “Hi!”
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1:00 PM | Location: Boomer B
If you want to be a productive and happy artist, self-care is a must! If you're not healthy, happy, rested, fed, and hydrated, your work can suffer. Our panel discusses things to do to make self-care a part of your daily routine!
Moderator: Sara Felix
2:00 PM | Location: Sooner B
Imposter Syndrome is when an individual doubts their accomplishments and has a persistent fear of being exposed as a fraud. We who suffer from this believe we don't deserve all that we have achieved. The panel will discuss ways to help get past perfectionism and insecurities. You don't have to get it right the very first time … or the tenth!
Moderator: Dara Fogel, PhD
4:00 PM | Location: Oklahoma G
Each cosplayer has their own reason(s). From scene-accurate builds, OCs, or first-time store-bought and found constructions, cosplay is art for everyone. Come learn the differences, share your own, maybe even learn something new!
Moderator: Mimic Rae
Noon | Location: Oklahoma G
It’s more than the way you dress. It’s the way you walk, the way you talk, the way you present yourself. Cosplay experts reveal how they make their cosplay come to life. When should you be your character, and when should you be you?