April 9, 2014

Dallas All-Con 2014 Part 3

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Written by: Kristin
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Whew! After sorting through over a thousand photographs, I’ve finally reached the end of my memories from All-Con. If you missed it, part one covered Thursday and Friday, two costume contests, and some top notch entertainment. Part two covered Saturday and Sunday, which included two more costume competitions! If you haven’t had your cosplay fill yet, then here is the place to be, because I’m about to post photos from cosplays around the convention floor. First I want to note that All-Con was a complete blast all around, and if you live in the area, you should really check it out next year. You won’t regret it. The convention is fun for all ages, laid back, with a great staff and lots of great people to meet. I will definitely be there next year! [PS: If you want even MORE photos, you can check out my entire All-Con album on Facebook!]

Ah, but first! I promised a list of awesome vendors and people I met at the convention! Be sure to check these guys out.
Fractured Infinity – Jewelry, artwork, glassware, patches, etc., all with your favorite shows and characters!
Scarlett’s Corsets – For your corset and costume needs! (I myself bought a skirt from here.)
Circus Freaks/Open Stage – The amazing performers from my first post.
Costumers Lost Weekend – A local convention for serious costumers!
Assassination City Roller Derby
Luscious Peach – A local shop for corsets and lingerie.
Texas Burlesque – Local once a month burlesque show.
G33K3 The Con –  A brand new convention in McKinney, TX
Silverleaf Costumes – More corsets and historical clothing (great for steampunk).
Pyrate’s Keepe – Another great steampunk shop (bought a nifty barrette here for my Poison Ivy steampunk costume).
Carnival Epsilon – Sideshow, museum, and steampunk accessories.
Masks By Jen – Amazing leather masks.
Dream Hats – Custom historical and steampunk hats.
Circle Art Designs – Handmade plushies and pillows.
Prince Armory – Custom leather armor and props. 
Lizzie Lynch
– Special effects makeup artist.
Krystle Starr – Cosplayer.

The following batch of photographs taken on Thursday were provided by photographer Heather Amaral. Thanks Heather!

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The rest of the photographs were taken by yours truly. Enjoy!

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