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Warrior Pikachu Cosplay

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Pikachu is probably the most well known Pokémon. The tiny yellow monster is often depicted as cute and cuddly, but Redditor eggroll57 came up with another take on the character’s look. He turned Pikachu into an armored warrior. He was inspired to do so by some Pokémon Gijinka (anthropomorphic/personified Pokémon) artwork showing this version of Pikachu. You can see a close up of the spear and the unfinished armor in the below photos. The armor is well made from a handful of shapes and templates that he replicated for multiple pieces and then assembled.

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via Reddit


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