Several cosplayers impress me with how prolific they are, and Maho Cosplay is one of them. She’s made an amazing number of costumes, and Zelda from Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds. is one of her most recent builds. She made the dress, styled the wig, and drafted the armor before building it from foam. I like seeing the variety of materials she used to make the costume – foam, fabric, Worbla, paint, and more. The intricate pattern on the front of the dress? She didn’t use a stencil and painted it on freehand with pearlescent paint.
She documented the build with photos and collected the images on Facebook.
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