Jennifer Pryer, one half of the cosplay duo known as Soylent Cosplay, has a cosplay portfolio that shows off her many skills. She’s an accomplished sculptor, makeup artist, and seamstress. We’ve previously highlighted her Mass Effect Liara T-Soni costume, and now we’re looking at her Dragon Age: Inquisition Qunari cosplay. It’s one of her newest costumes and she hasn’t named the character yet (Qunari is a race of beings in the game). The ensemble includes beautifully shaded body and face makeup, armor, complex clothing (halter necks are no joke), and horns.
Mad Masker crafted the horns, but Jennifer tackled everything else. She documented the build on Instagram and seeing it laid out piece by piece shows how tricky it was. The jacket, for example, is comprised of individual panels that had to be sewn together. Then she had to weather it. Getting it ready in time for a convention was a last minute push. You can see a couple of in progress shots below.
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