Many thanks to Ceasars Costumludi for allowing me to post this cosplay of Roman Soldiars in Bonn at MagicCon. I must say all the costumes are so great here, it is very impressive to see all these roman soldiers and Ceasar in the old Roman attire. Check it out!
Thanks to Ms. Terious Cosplay for allowing me to share this wonderful picture of her and the "Aloy" cosplay. Fantastic job with that Ms. Terious! Please check out her page as she has some great work to show!.
Its been a while since I posted myself, but just wanted to run through some of the amazing talent posted on my groups on Facebook. As I sit and do this post, I am sitting in Portland, OR and specifically Case Study Coffee to be exact and I must say it is an interesting coffee
In the dim recesses of my childhood memories there is ship floating through the blackness of space, an AI and a group of rogues wagging war against an evil empire. I can still hear the powerful, opening music calling everyone to battle for the freedom of the galaxy. This was my introduction to the world
It has been a scorching hot summer in Devon – with everything turning hayish shades of yellow. Then two weeks ago the weather changed, and withering plants revitalised into a dark green jungle. While the wet weather was a blessing for plants, animals, and over-heated humans. Outside events did not fair so well in the
One of the great things about Netflix is that the choose of sci-films has increased exponentially. I came across Origin wars quite by chance, decided to give it a try and explore the new world it offered. I must confess the start did not enamour me with the little girl narrating over world building images
I do enjoy watching rather off-centre films particularly the sci-fi post-apocalyptic ones which are on offer on Netflix – I am also quite partial to the small budget, independent ones. They all have something to offer even if they are hated on ‘Rotten Tomatoes’. However, the last two films I watched, I noticed a slightly
Well, I’ve just come back from the first Devon ComicCon at Exeter University sports campus. I must admit the sports facilities at Exeter University were extremely impressive, all sorts of sci-fiesque heavy black machines lined the windows. You could not tell if the athletes were separate entities or just part of the machine, a cyber-athlete
This week took a rather surreal turn which resulted in some most unexpected actions. As a member of the EAA fantasy department, we sometimes do events in costume or ‘drag’ as I like to call it – for maximum shock appeal! The idea was meet at Costa plan future events and then go to Knightshayes,
Last Sunday I was at Somerset ComicCon, crossing the border into unknown fantasy territory. It was a huge event but surprisingly spacious and everyone had room to roam which was great. I am not one to stay chained to my author table for long so my day was broken with frequent sorties to other stands. For
Life as an author is weird and often expected. The same can probably be true of authors in general particularly those of the fantasy disposition, who are not known for their attachment to the constricting boundaries of reality. That being said when asked to venture away from the chains of their fantasy life for the
Well, this week I was at the inaugural Bath Comic-con. I was slightly worried that I would get so lost I would miss the entire show but in a completely unexpected turn of events, I got to the Pavilion on time and without getting lost. I set up my little epic dark fantasy stall on
One of the questions people me is how do you write your stories? This is a difficult question to answer because I am dyslexic brain, so I guess the answer is quite weirdly I find the story comes easily. It just plays through like a film in my mind and I act as a recorder and just
Celthric exists to help independent authors and artists of science fiction to reach a wider audience by discussing, helping, promoting new works of fantasy, science fiction, art, comic, cosplay and movies.