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August 18, 2014 AT 5:00 pm

Final Fantasy XIII Savior Cosplay

Final Fantasy XIII Lightning Returns Savior Cosplay

Cosplayer Fantalusy has made several costumes based on characters from Final Fantasy games. One of her recent ones is Savior from Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII. She made the giant sword from wood (WIP picture below), and while that is impressive, I particularly noted how she reused boots for cosplay. This is a great example of how you can be resourceful, use what you have on hand, and avoid spending more money:

Goodbye my old winter boots and hello my new Lightning boots.
Now I call myself ‘garbage recycler’…because I just grab whatever I found in the house: a pair of old worn out boots, I wouldn’t let them go if they didn’t have broken inside! I recycled the belts came with a hand bag (still don’t understand why they make replaceable belt extensions since girls never carry fashion bags like school bags) Fake chocolate color leather I previously own, then put everything together I got this pair of battle boots. Took one evening to make. The first layer was painted with wrong color – ah..I should never trust the light in my room so I repainted everything – luckily I found that out before making the other side.

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lightning returns sword

via Cosplay Blog, top photo by Rayvenger


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