#Dune Cosplay Inspiration from Behind the Scenes Photos
If you’ve read Frank Herbert’s Dune – and even if you haven’t – David Lynch’s 1984 Dune is a must see. The science fiction film not only presents an interesting hero’s journey; it also is packed with fascinating set and costume designs. Even Herbert called it a “visual feast.”
Some behind the scenes photos have recently surfaced, and they show a small piece of the work that went into making the film. You can get a closer look at makeup, costumes, and creatures. Any time you can see those aspects of films raw and not cleaned up and part of the finished project, I recommend taking a look. Candid photos can show off fabric textures, makeup gradients, and prop details you may not be able to capture from a screenshot in the film. Hopefully these photos will provide you with some cosplay inspiration.
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