Don't get this viewer wrong, she harbors no love for Nazism...but just because you cosplay as one doesn't mean you share the same beliefs! It's good to explore the dark side of human nature sometimes, and the artist has done it beautifully, without shame, and with class. It is tastefully done with causing offense (the swastika is cleverly hidden from view, applause!). I admire the artist's courage and style, he is to be commended for this piece. He is an inspiration to us all...but most of all to this viewer, who has wanted to do this for some time. Awesome!
What I love about this picture is that it's impact is big on the audience, the technique is one of a kind, the vision is clear, perfect and gets to the viewer on what your trying to say. But most of all, it's original and genius. I wasn't notified until I saw that you were in the Prussia-Cosplayers group, Congratulations. I'm the Co-Founder and wanted to tell you that it's hard getting into that group and I'm astonished, the picture is in depth and it's not whited out and the quality of the photo is great. Very great work. Keep it up. I hope to see you in the group again.
This looks really nice and I know what it represents, but kudos to you for not incorporating the symbol into the cosplay. Anyway.. I love the look you're giving. It's giving off a very Prussia like feel.
Woah, this is rly good. And this is coming from someone who is a serious fan of historical/WWII based Hetalia things and the various uniforms of the officers depending on ranking like woah. This is great.