Hi! I got my holster on eBay. If you just search for "drop hip holster" either on there or even on Google you should be able to find plenty of them My husband doesn't remember the exact site where he got his bandolier (he's had it for a couple of years now), but it was definitely a western wear site like westernemporium.com
thank you! I'm so surprised there are so few Bonnie cosplayers out there, though at the same time no one understood who I was until my husband TOLD them lol. being John and Bonnie and carrying around the awesome fake guns was too much fun for our own good
Well, as soon as my husband told people who I was they would do a double take and get excited and all - so they knew the character, but didn't recognize me on sight the way they recognized him, I guess But yes I love her, she is amazing, and it was a bit sad that my husband and I could be sitting right next to each other and he would get recognized while people didn't spare me a second glance lol
Haha, I thought I'd formed an attachment to games like Uncharted and the Batman Arkham series... but then I played The Last of Us. I just know it will be my favourite game... forever. I mean really. It's got such an emotionally invested storyline, and such wonderful character development. So it's kicked all my other favourite games out of the boat. But I do absolutely love Red Dead Redemption. I really loved playing through the story, doing all the little side missions, and then coming to that really emotional ending for John. I wept. A lot. And it kinda made me hate Jack because I just wanted John back. Haha. I formed a serious attachment to that guy. Riding past some spots on the map with Jack and getting all emotional because I played as John there and did something fun, or played Liar's dice in a saloon nearby or something. xD
I haven't played Last of Us yet. I liked Uncharted okay, but for whatever reason RDR just got me. I think it's the ending. My husband played it through first and I kinda sat back and watched him most of the time he was doing so, and when the ending happened I was like OMG NO GO BACK YOU DID SOMETHING WRONG. I made him play it through again, then I played it through, and nope...still the same. There's also some great meta out there about the RDR story, and I think that pulled me deeper into it as well. I still go back and play it on random occasions, just riding around shooting cougars and bears and stuff.
Uncharted isn't a game series that 'gets' you in the same way that RDR or The Last of Us would. It was a game I loved for the cinematic qualities and gorgeous visuals, but not an emotionally and morally hard hitting one because it just wasn't that type of game. So you think you have a favourite game, but RDR and TLOU are a completely different ball game. There are much more in depth storylines with more emotional investment, and that's the reason it gets you. You get to know the character. What drives them. Who they really care about and what they want to achieve. And in the case of RDR, you find that that character meets an ending that they didn't deserve, and you know that, because all he wanted was his family back. His life back. But he realised there would be no stopping them from pursuing him and his family if he didn't sacrifice himself.