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Hydralisk Costume at BlizzCon

Easily my favorite cosplay of #blizzcon2015 – LOOK AT IT MOVE!!

A video posted by Ashley Esqueda (@msashleyesqueda) on Nov 7, 2015 at 10:49am PST

About a month and a half ago, we featured the work of cosplayer Dabboy. He made a massive, moving hydralisk costume from StarCraft. Since StarCraft is made by Blizzard, it’s only fitting that he transported the massive costume from Montreal, Canada to Anaheim, California for BlizzCon — the Blizzard-centric convention. Not only did the costume arrive in one piece, it dazzled and scared BlizzCon attendees. As you can see in the above video, it has impressive movement.

Dabboy has released a video showing how the costume came together over the course of months:

And a Q&A:

via Ashley Esqueda


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