Okay, this is just…this is too much. I’d personally like to know who at Tentacle Studio thought selling this realistic, GIANT SPIDER costume was a good idea. I mean, come ON. If someone wore this to a party I was at, I’d be out the door so fast your head would spin.
For some, this might be the best Halloween costume ever. But don’t be surprised if you end up extra crispy after someone freaks out and decides to “KILL IT WITH FIRE”.
This realistic spider costume is the original long-legged beastie, closely based upon a real wolf spider. In addition, this very special spider costume has a crimson tongue which flicks out unexpectedly, and there’s a built-in realtime electronic voice changer in the head, with several different voice options, from a high-pitched squeak to a low, menacing growl.
We pay great attention to the authentic spidery details, and the spider costume is created using slightly flexible polymer foam and mottled realistic faux fur peeking out between the leg joints, just like a real spider.
It’s also $3,811.76, so you have to be rich AND crazy to wear it. Take a look at the costume in all its glory below. [click to continue…]
It’s almost like Disney used her as inspiration for the Honey Lemon character from Big Hero 6. But her look isn’t where the similarities end. She writes on Reddit:
My friends joke that the character was based off me. I have had these prescription glasses for 5 years now and I wear round tip collars a bunch like she does in the movie. I also love organic chemistry. I am a double science major in Biology and Entomology and a minor in Chemistry. I am an undergraduate researcher at my university and wear a white coat frequently with my dresses and retro outfits like she does. I also owned the exact same dress she wore for the funeral in the movie before it even came out.
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Photographer and digital artist Josh Rossi has a 3-year-old daughter who is already “obsessed” with Wonder Woman, so he put his time, talent and hard earned money into making Nellee’s dream of being Wonder Woman come true.
The $1500 handmade leather costume is spot on, but the photos, editing and Nellee’s warrior face really bring the character to life.
As you’ll see in the making-of video, the project took a lot of coordination and more than a few family members to pull off. The results, however, are totally worth it. Check out more pics and the video below. [click to continue…]
Over the last several years Ryan Scott Miller has been building awesomely elaborate wheelchair costumes for his son Jeremy to wear on Halloween. Last year it was a Star Wars Snowspeeder, and this year it’s a Ghostbusters Ecto-1 with all kinds of electronic bells and whistles.
Now I really, really want to see Jeremy team up with this tiny Holtzmann to bust all of the ghosts in the neighborhood.
See the Ecto-1 in action in the video below. [click to continue…]
Cosplayer Songbird‘s take on Mara Sov, the Awoken Queen in Destiny, is uncanny. She obviously has an eye for detail, and this work shows that she’s truly cosplaying royalty.
Top Photo: kmitenkova
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Imagine walking into your local Starbucks and having an anime character take your order. Meet Jordan. Jordan’s been a barista in Michigan for the last 10 years and was recently featured on the Starbucks Partners Instagram account.
Jordan also looks like an anime character. Or a character in a Final Fantasy game. Like, for real.
There are a few pictures that made me look more than twice.Luckily, I found Jordan’s Instagram account, so I thought I’d show you a few more pictures of this amine and cosplay-loving barista that you can check out below. [click to continue…]
Man At Arms went big for their 100th episode. As you’re about to see, Baltimore Knife and Sword took on the Warhammer 40k Chainsword and won. Watch it come together in the video below. [click to continue…]
Lusty Argonian Maid cosplay by Jenna Lynn Meowri with an assist on the mask from Del Nero Designs. Photos by Photosnxs.
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Once upon a time, a group of anime-loving hairstylists had a dream to create a hair salon for anime fans. With a little crowdfunding and hard work, they opened OFF-KAi!! in Akihabara, Tokyo on October 1st and they’re ready to cut and color your hair in anime-style with a smile.
The coolest part about the salon is that manga books line the shelves and anime art hangs on the walls. I wish someone would do this with Star Wars! Well, maybe not. They don’t have a ton of great female haircuts…but you get my drift.
From the look of it, OFF-KAi!! is off to a great start. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
As you can see, Red Rock Cosplay has raised the bar for cosplay—especially cosplay with elaborate armor builds.
The Jim Raynor armor from StarCraft II looks phenomenal, and it has a working visor and a revolver with a spinning chamber. It even uses genu-wine sound effects from the game.
This suit is an incredibly detailed work of art, and you can admire it for yourself with photos and videos taken by Martin Wong below. [click to continue…]