Lux Cosplay started working on a costume of Skull Kid from the Legend of Zelda franchise just a few short weeks ago. She was motivated to start the project because she found the perfect fabric and was motivated to finish it quickly in order to have it ready for a photo shoot. As you can tell from the above image, an epic photo session happened.
Lux says putting the basic outfit together (you can see it in the picture below) was relatively easy, but the build got more complicated. The replica of Majora’s Mask took ten hours. Lux made the basic shape from EVA foam. The spikes are expanded rubber, and the eyes are acrylic glass balls that she pained on the inside.
Top photo by Melenea Photography
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