Nathan Drake costume with 3D printed parts #WearableWednesday
Thanks to Rick for sending in his great costume as a blog tip! Check out more photos here and see more details on the leather and 3D printed shoulder holster here.
After months of work, I finally got my Nathan Drake costume together. Just in time for Halloween. Luckily, most of the stuff was easily obtainable online. It was really the custom leather work and buckles that took up all the time. Here are a few photos to show the completed costume.
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