Death Note Cosplayer, Ann-Marie, Germany
Our next Cosplayer today is a doll-like girl, she looks like real anime in her cosplay attire. She is a Death Note Cosplayer, I have found her through Facebook. While I’m occupied from searching my other cosplayers to feature.
I eventually noticed this page with some fantastic photos on it. The way she wore those costumes, it just made her the living anime girl. She is the first German cosplayer I will be highlighting on my blog.
Three years ago she started cosplaying, she lives in a small town in Germany. From a glance at her photos you’ll say she’s that hyper-popular high school girl, but sometimes astound me while reading her profile cause she actually loves Science.
She loves to attend some Bookfairs, JapanDay, and ComiCons. Mostly known as Eneko Cosplay, Let’s hear out her fabulous Story!
Death Note Cosplayer, Eneko
I am not sure how I discovered it, the funny thing is that I haven´t even known what cosplay is when I wanted to cosplay the first time.
I should explain it, I am totally obsessed with Pokémon and when I was 13-14 years old. My obsession was incredibly huge. Obviously, I wanted to cosplay a few Pokémon girls like Dawn and Hilda.
I think the moment when I decided to become a cosplayer, was back then when my best friend told me, that I have a “cosplay face”
First convention as a Cosplayer
My real first convention was the book fair in Frankfurt, in 2015 but I didn’t wear a cosplay there. The first convention where I wore a cosplay, was the German Comiccon in 2016.
I visited the con as Harley Quinn, I think one thing which was very special at the book fair in Frankfurt, was the people I met there the first time and one thinks I memorize from the Comiccon, is that a stranger grabbed my booty.
It still disgusts me I think I have to say that cosplay or clothes that show much skin, are no reason for bothering someone. It sounds obvious, but some people still don’t get it
I’ve never sewed a cosplay by my own because I don’t have the time or the patience for that. I think you have to be gifted to do stuff like sewing or crafting and I am definitely not talented in these things
What does a Cosplayer mean to you?
That will every cosplayer say but I think, one thing which I love about cosplay is to become a character which you adore, it’s just an incredible feeling.
But there was a time where I wasn’t really interested into cosplay, I think the reason was that I had different hobbies and interests like kickboxing, science, literature etc.
I thought they wouldn’t fit together and cosplay is a waste of time for me, but now I know that I am just a varied person and my passion for cosplay, is bigger than everything.
Worst and Unforgettable Experience
I already mentioned my first experience, it was the situation where a stranger grabbed my ass and I just have to repeat it
“Don’t bother a girl because of the way she dresses”
Cosplayers you look up to
A cosplayer I look up to is Jessica Nigri, not only because she is pretty or she’s talented it’s the way she acts, it seems like she just does what she wants to do and I really appreciate that.
If you are ever get bored just watch her YouTube videos, she is totally entertaining
Advice would you give to New Aspiring Cosplayers
I think you shouldn’t have too many cosplay plans at the same time, just focus on one cosplay and finish it.
Then start the next one I think this advice would have been very helpful when I was a cosplay beginner.
Where can we see you?
The next conventions I will attend which are in Germany, are the Cosday, Dokomi, Gamescom and the Comiccon in Stuttgart
I want to cosplay more anime characters like Kurisu from steins gate, but also comic characters like Gwenpool.
I’m sure after reading Eneko’s story, you fell into her glamorous charm. I would love to say that from all of my cosplayers featured in the “Cosplayer Interview Series” she has the unique allure. I feel like she is a goddess of Anime, looking at her photos.
Sadly she said that she doesn’t have any achievement at all. But I will tell you this she’s so humble, not telling her followers in Instagram? I mean like with those thousands of supporters that’s really is something to be proud of!
I would like again to thank you for the effort and time you’ve given. Thanks for this wonderful story of your experiences, I’m sure plenty of aspiring cosplayers would adore you.
I will just be here supporting you!
If you did like my interview with Ann-Marie, don’t forget to follow on her different social media accounts. She’s pretty active on all of them so make sure to check it out! Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, and Snapchat as Enekosnaps