Aquaman Costume


Cosplayer Michael Hamm has tackled several cool costumes including Robin, Marty McFly, and this fantastic Aquaman. It’s one of the best cosplay versions I’ve seen! The character from DC Comics has been through several diffrent looks during his time as king of Atlantis. Hamm started with a sketch of the costume (pictured just below) and went from there. He crafted the belt, added gold netting, and used a skin tight orange shirt for the base. He used some of the jewelry pictured below, and it looks like he aged it to match the more muted tones of the costume. Finally, for the trident he used foam and hockey tape. He created it so the height is adjustable and it ranges from 5-7 feet.

aquaman sketch

aquaman jewelry

aquaman trident

via Cosplay Blog, top photo by Shaun Simpson Photography

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