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Beautiful Princess Zelda Costume

Zelda

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.

zelda wip fabric

She documented the build with photos and collected the images on Facebook.

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Top photo by Shashin kaihi Photography.


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