The Legend of Zelda series features a lot of odd ducks, and the Skull Kid is one of them. The memorable character has a cool and cute-creepy design. Cosplayer Li Kovacs recently completed an impressive Skull Kid costume for a Nintendo event and only took two weeks to create it. She’ll be wearing the costume in person during a tour with the Zelda Symphony. Kovacs created a video to show off the costume – it looks like it’s right out of the game – and there’s a tiny bit of the “making of” portion.
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