Body language in armor
I can barely see anything under my helmet, my armor is heavy and uncomfortable, and I can barely breathe. How am I supposed to
move like a Stormtrooper?
Stormtroopers aren’t the only uncomfortable cosplays, so the Body Language in Armor lecture is interesting for anyone who wants to know how to move properly in armor and breathe life into cosplay. After all, for some, cosplay means not only putting on a costume and taking pictures, but also displaying behavior that is true to the original.
Preparation, role-playing, speech, mindset, posture, stance, movement, and how to act in groups will be
will be explained and demonstrated in an entertaining way. Special attention is given to encounters with children, because they are the fans of tomorrow with whom you leave a lasting impression.
With parallels from Live Action Role Playing (LARP), helpful tips are given on how to work on your own acting skills with simple means.
your own acting skills with simple means.
All topics are taught using the Stormtrooper as an example, but are applicable to any cosplay that has armor, a helmet, or a mask.