Bayonetta 2 isn’t out yet, but that doesn’t stop cosplayers from portraying characters in the game. Lisa Lou Who has developed a wonderful interpretation of the main character (Bayonetta’s) outfit, and it looks like she’s covered every detail available in the images that Platinum Games has released so far. Here’s how she fashioned the guns:
The guns are made out of PVC piping for the barrels, insulation foam for for handle, craft foam for the details, and practically all covered in worbla to make them sturdier. The shoes are repainted $6 boots from Forever 21– they used to be brown, I think. I guess you get inventive when you start running out of money! I screwed the guns into the shows with 3″ screws, and even E6000-ed them on, just to be sure. The charms on the guns were all the same necklace pendant from Jo-ann’s, I just painted them all different.
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