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If I had to cosplay as someone I didn't really look like, then . . . I could always do a FMA character crossover of Ed/Roy/Fury. By being Ed, I can have an excuse for my long hair (and braid it, too); I can wear Roy's gloves and snap at random people; as Fury, I can keep my glasses on.
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I did FMA cosplay with some friends for halloween. We had an "Al-in-a-box" and everything. Our costumes were crap, but it wasn't really anything to take seriously. I probably shouldn't be putting up pictures without my friends' permission, but... ssshhhhhh
I'm the winry. No, that's not my hair, that's a wig. And yes, I know it's a cruddy costume, but that had part to do with school dress codes, and my own laziness. (Besides, I'm too flat-chested to wear a tube top.) We were trying to get hair extentions for Izumi-Sensei, but it didn't work out. We still had fun.
And just for kicks, some Hughes-y goodness... (Ed is my lil sister)