Narga, a.k.a. Natasha, of Aoki and Narga/Lifestream cosplay recently came up with her own take on Jaina Proudmoore’s costume from World of Warcraft III. She used the costume in the game as inspiration and reference but built on it in order to include more details and get a more intricate look — the base of the costume is rather plain with white pants and boots and white midriff-baring bodice. The embellishments Narga added make it pop more for sure. She says she made the armor from foam, linoleum, acrylic primer, and acrylic paints. A photo below shows the leg armor from beginning to end.
See more work in progress photos and pics of the finished costume at Facebook.
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