The Making of an Amazing StarCraft Kerrigan Cosplay
Two years ago, cosplayer Tasha debuted one of the most impressive Kerrigan costumes I’ve seen. Her take on the character from StarCraft is detailed and bears a remarkable resemblance to the character in the video game — to an almost eerie degree. From the suit to the headpiece, the costume is one of those that clearly involved a staggering amount of work. Tasha worked with the Spiral Cats team on the build and shared a post showcasing the making of the costume. Though the text isn’t in English, the photos speak volumes. It involved a full face cast and a tremendous amount of sculpting for the suit and headpiece — so much that it’s hard to wrap your head around.
A few work in progress photos are below and the rest can be viewed at Tasha’s blog.
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