Here’s an amazing jumbo-sized Mario costume, made entirely out of balloons. It’s hard to notice the person inside, at first. So cool! And Mario’s even riding a balloon Yoshi, too.
I wonder how long it took to put all this together? Probably longer than it takes for some obnoxious party goer to start popping the costume. Let’s hope that didn’t happen. What an awesome project, great job!
Check out these homemade Tetris costumes. What a cool idea, and perfect for a group theme. Each costume is a different color, and I’m impressed with how nicely they all fit together. Excellent planning and execution, very well done!
When it comes to Wreck it Ralph cosplay, this is basically perfection. Felix and Calhoun have never looked better. This photo is from the recent Sakura Con in Seattle, courtesy of the mighty Twinfools, aka Felix. Really well done!
Take a look at this mind blowing costume from the game Warhammer 40k. Absolutely incredible. This was made by Daniel Høgh and Justina Šniukštaitė, the crafty duo behind prop-making company Roses & Boltshells.
These are cute Mario Bros. felt hats, homemade by Sister of a Soldier. The Mario and Luigi hats each sell for $10, and you can add a big felt mustache for an additional $7.50. Made in the USA, a portion of each sale is donated to soldiers overseas. A worthy cause, and quite stylish, too.
A must see for Zelda fans! Check out this totally awesome Zelda cosplay by triforcechiq. It’s Link, riding a well-dressed Epona, with a cucco on her head! This is such a perfect photo, so funny and well done.
What a gorgeous photo! This is beautiful Nightingale cosplay from the game Skyrim. The costume is made and modeled by cosplayer Beebichu. She spent over 4 months making this costume. Absolutely stunning, I’d say her hard work has paid off. Well done!
Cosplay! I am on a Nightingale cosplay kick right now, but hey, if you spend 4-5 months working on a costume you need to get your times worth of fun from it! There is still so much I could do with this costume we shall have fun for for years to come.
This weekend my photographer, Andrew Snucins, and I hiked into the woods and took photos of me modeling my costume. I spent the last week upgrading it with a new mask, more folds to the skirting, a scabbard for my sword, and touching it up from some damage that happen at the last shoot.