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Genderbent Star-Lord Costume

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Seeing others make stuff is inspiring. It’s a simple sentence, but it’s the core of why I share cosplay posts. Learning about new materials and processes cosplayers are using is often the push I need to get back to projects. Even if I’m not working on a costume or prop, I like to attempt new-to-me techniques just to see if I can wrap my head around them. I hope these posts have the same effect on you. In the case of Désirée Cosplay, she spotted the post about Jill Sowell’s Star-Lord costume from Guardians of the Galaxy and was intrigued by how Sowell modified a toy helmet. Désirée went that route as well:

I’m creating the Star-Lord helm using the toy faceplate/mask and craft foam for the sides and back. I patterned the foam freehand and used flexible aluminum piping and Worbla for extra details.

I got the idea to use the toy mask from another cosplayer whose build turned out really nice.

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Désirée also modified the gun. She started with simple Nerf blasters, and you can see how the look progressed in the below picture. Her approach:

I took the blasters apart, gave them a coat of black spray paint, and then painted the details by hand with acrylics. My favorite part is definitely the carbon scoring around the muzzles. Gives them so much character!

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Photo by The Portrait Dude. The shoot was part of Project-Nerd’s Partnered Cosplay. They have a selection of cosplay galleries worth flipping through.


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