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Blood Elf Paladin Costume With Glowing Armor

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The wide range of costumes inspired by World of Warcraft always impresses me. Cosplayers devote a lot of time to bringing tons of classes and races from the video game to life. Antonio Style created an impressive blood elf paladin costume with glowing additions to the armor. He used latex for the armor with what appears to be foam accents and LEDs for the lighted orbs. He painted each piece by hand, and it looks like several hours went into the project. You can visit Antonio’s Facebook page for step-by-step photos that give you an overview of the build.

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Top photo by Luca Tonet.


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