If Guillermo del Toro never gets the opportunity to make Hellboy 3, we can take solace in ‘Hellpugs’ by Pupstar Sonoma.
As you’ll see on the Pupstar Sonoma website, they really went all out with the costumes.
Despite his short arms, this T-Rex lives a pretty active lifestyle:
Now T-Rex is trying parkour. Just look at how graceful he is.
Check out the entire video below.
3D printing company Zortrax (who, given that company name, may also be looking to recruit five teenagers with attitude to take on Rita Repulsa) have provided the files and the instructions to 3D-print this badass superhero mask.
The design is intended to be used with Zortrax’ M200 printer using Z-HIPS printing filament which, to quote their website, is a “thermoplastic polymer allows for high impact resistance making it perfect for prototype enclosures and covers” (and superhero costumes, it would appear). Still, if you don’t have their proprietary printer and fancy-schmancy printing filament the STL files can be fed into any printer. Just the sort of generosity we’d expect from a giant disembodied head in a fish tank.
We might be going overboard with the Zortrax/Zordon thing.
Check out shots of the finished product below.
She also gave a little extra info on the crafting of the shield and flail, for those of you who want to make your own deadly looking weapons.
My friend Jackie Craft Cosplay made the mace last minute so I could have it with me for Blizzcon. It’s made of worbla, foam and coated in XTC-3D and painted. She has an in depth tutorial here. The shield is all eva foam and the front cross is covered with more foam for the details and then worbla to clean it up.
Check out more pics below.
Twitter user Nama Gundam loves Gundam and snowboarding. The sensible thing to do would be to combine these two passions—so that’s exactly what he did.
And yes, that Gundam armor is custom made to be functional snowboarding gear.
See him and his Gundam gang in action after the break.
So my friend checked into a random hotel, and then this happened
She accidentally nailed that hotel cosplay is what happened.
This is Maddie. She was injured in a car accident and needs to wear a brace due to a T12 fracture. She didn’t like the standard brace, so she decided to make the best of a bad situation. Her mother tells EPBOT:
My daughter didn’t like the brace she had to wear after surgery, so a friend helped her steampunk it. Best part, now folks are intrigued, and come up and ask why she has to wear it rather than just staring.
Her friend is named Sarah, and she’s one of those awesome theater nerds who does set design. They steampunked the heck out of that brace and the result is just amazing.
The brace has become something both fashionable and therapeutic, thanks to a little paint, some appliques, and a great imagination.
Check out more pics below.