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Beautiful World of Warcraft Tyrande Costume

tyrande cosplay

One of many appealing things about cosplay is that people can build and wear the same costume but make it look completely different. I’ve shared a Tyrande Whisperwind costume before, but Illisia Cosplay has her own take on the night elf from World of Warcraft. She made the gemstones from resin and turned to Worbla for the intricate metal-looking piece in the middle of the costume, She sketched the design on paper first and used leftover scraps of Worbla to fill in the sketch. She heated it to merge the material together and painted it silver.

tyrande cosplay wip 2

tyrande cosplay wip

See more work in progress photos at Illisia’s Facebook page.

via Cosplay Blog, top photo by Peck Photography


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