The Attack on Titan manga and television series takes place in a world where humans live inside walled cities to protect themselves from Titans. The Titans are terrifying creatures of bone and muscle, and cosplayer Alyson Tabbitha did an impressive job bringing the beings to life with her female Titan costume. We’ve previously showcased Alyson’s Jack Sparrow cosplay, and it’s clear that she put her makeup skills to work for this ensemble. She’s working on a full tutorial for the Titan makeup, too.
The costume is a combination of a leotard, leggings, gloves, makeup, and a wig. The below photos posted on Alyson’s Facebook and Instagram pages show the details of the bodysuit. Alyson padded various areas of the leotard to give it more of an anime look before sewing it to a pair of leggings. You can see that she sketched out all the lines on the bodysuit — sort of like a coloring book! Then she painted it by hand and added a lot of shading.
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