Saturday, January 5, 2013

Thinking of setting up a FB Like page

Happy New Year and lets have a nice start to 2013. I have been thinking about alot of things. Well I have been thinking of setting up a Facebook cosplay/modelling/events portfolio page to network, interact more with people who like my work, to put myself out there more, to show my skills.  I suppose we should be taking advantage of the internet shouldn’t we? I know a lot of artists and cosplayers have “Like” pages and I kinda got the sense it was frowned upon may have seem self-observed but people have every right to be very proud on what they do, I take my cosplaying seriously and do want to be an artist with it recreating the 2d image to 3d. I would also like to open up too. I would  like to show people they is more to me and show images of the events I am involved with. I would like to be more active online too and talk about my inspirations and projects.

I said in my blog that I need to cut back on sites but I think Facebook could really help me to reach out to many Irish and an international audience. I guess we might as well try..

As I mentioned I will be very busy with my internship and working with the Experience Japan Festival therefore this will leave me very little time to be organising Cosplay Ireland events and shoots but I still want to keep active and productive. Please support me on this one.


  1. If you just use FB for networking, it would be a good idea. Just stay away from the crazy addictive games they have. I dropped my account a few years ago as I got too over whelmed with everything I was doing.

    I am happy with my little blog :^)

  2. Thanks alot for your opinion Dan. :-)

    I never play the FB games. I understand it does take up alot of your time as I was sayingI need to cut down on sites therefore I would just use da, FB and this blog mainly. I would just like more interaction and kinda want to seperate my cosplaying/modelling from my personal FB.

    Blogs are great and I really like your blog you are doing really well with it. :-)