Sometimes you come across cosplay that just has to be shared, and that applies to the work of Andy, a.k.a. CpCody. The first costume of his I spotted was the Titanfall IMC pilot pictured above. It’s made from EVA foam, but it looks like metal armor that has been through the ringer. The construction, the paint, the weathering – all of it makes the costume a showstopper.
Then I flipped through the rest of his portfolio. Andy has portrayed a variety of characters and built equally impressive armor along the way. Here’s a sampling of his creations:
One of his Skyrim sets of armor:
Star Wars: The Clone Wars commander:
Halo 3: ODST armor:
See more pictures of Andy’s fantastic work at DeviantArt.
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