Award Winning Fantasy of the Dream Necromancer Cosplay
Major Sam Cosplay has been working on her interpretation of Sakizo’s Fantasy of the Dream’s Julietta Necromancer for ten months. The investment of time is evident with just one glance at the completed costume. It’s elaborate and overflowing with details. The judges of the cosplay competition at the recent C2E2 recognized that and awarded her the top prize in their Global Cosplay Competition. The ensemble is inspired by this art.
Major Sam added the beaded embroidery by hand, made the bodice, styled the wig, crafted the headpiece — you name it. You can scroll back through time and watch the various elements of the massive costume together. The number of skills used in the build is impressive.
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