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Luna le Fey Photography by Skyrocket Photography

Luna le Fey

Interview

CC Mag: Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? LLF: I am basically what happens when you combine Tank Girl with pixie dust~ Modeling for me started many years ago when I first became interested in cosplay and makeup art. I had been drawing for a long long time before that and eventually realized there were an overwhelming amount of ideas/pictures that I just couldn’t put down on paper, so many things I couldn’t materialize or make “come alive”. That’s when I started dabbling in makeup. Turning my face into a canvas itself for my creativity. (Often times just doing cosplay makeup/hair when I didn’t have materials for full). The more I experimented with that, the more of my body I started to transform. Starting from my hair, to my chest and arms, eventually my whole body. It was the first time I realized I could turns my visions into reality - I could turn my entire body and surroundings into the things/scenes I imagined but couldn’t put on paper. Thus, my obsession with modeling/cosplaying began. I had always been very into creating clothes and fashion, jewelry as well, so being able to model them and create scenes (hair, makeup, etc) to go with them made my creativity levels skyrocket, always coming up with more than I had the time or supplies for. I loved the idea/concept of being able to turn myself into something more than human, or a different person. Cosplaying gives me the chance to do that, and help me escape reality for awhile. (And when I am not dabbling in all the above, I am the mother of an amazing five year old and engaged to the love of my life, who is also extremely creative as well :D)

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CC Mag: What made you first interested in cosplay, and when did you first start? LLF: Watching a ton of Sailor Moon, Pokemon, all the animes on Toonami, along with the huge amount of RPGs I played when I was younger (Chrono Trigger, Legend of Mana, etc). I first started when I was 11/12 ish and the first costume I made (with help of my grandmother) was Belldandy from Ah My Goddess. After that I was hooked!

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