Riza Wild's Otaku Blog
Learn all about anime, manga, and cosplay right here!
Konnichiwa minna! I'm Riza Wild here to talk to you about anime, manga, and cosplay. But before I get to that, I'll tell you a little about myself so your not following advice from a stranger, okay? Go!
1. I am a true Otaku!
2. I play tennis for two hours a day every day during the year and 6 hours a day for 3-5 days a week in the summer.
3. Both my grandparents had stage 4 lung cancer and only one survived.
4. I love my dog, Ziva the diva, a welsh terrier.
5. I am currently learning to speak French and Japanese.
Now that you know a little about myself let's get started. I'm going to list some anime/manga that would be good to read if your only just now learning of anime/manga.
1. One Piece
2. Soul Eater
5. Ouran High School Host Club
6. Fairy Tail
7. Cuticle Detective
8. Prince of Tennis/New Prince of Tennis
Those are some basics that are popular and some are also personal favorites of mine. So to begin with I'm going to ask that you all tell me which one you want to know about so until then I'll tell you how to cosplay... Rin Kagamine!
Now step one, this outfit can be costly or really cheap depending on which version of Rin you want to do. Now I don't like to spend a lot of money so the simplest thing to do for people like me would be to simply buy a Rin Kagamine wig off of E-bay. Next you can simply take a hoodie you have and sort of fashion it to your taste as a creepy kinda screwed up look. Get black fingerless gloves, wear torn up jeans, angle length sneakers with mismatched socks and there's your outfit. Now make up and things like that though you don't need to wear contacts and change your eye color unless you really want to. Now you might want to take face paint for this because you'll be drawing on your face. On your face in black draw four small diamonds under both eyes and on the bridge of your nose going horizontal 3 lines. After that put on the costume and there you go. Your Rin Kagamine! Have fun for now minna! Till next time, sayonara!