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League of Legends Diana Cosplay

Diana League of Legends cosplay 1

League of Legends has about a million characters, as we’ve discussed before, and I’ve come across what I believe is another one that is new to me — Diana. Marta, a.k.a. Calypsen Cosplay, made a costume based on Diana’s classic skin in the game. She styled the wig, replicated the makeup, made Diana’s giant crescent blade, and crafted the armor. The armor pieces are made from different thicknesses of EVA foam, a cut off section from a female mannequin, and then lots of wood glue and paint. The shoulders in particular are complex.

You can see some in progress pictures below and more are available on Facebook.

Diana League of Legends cosplay 2

Diana League of Legends cosplay 3

Top photo by Dobrochna Maria Ewa Nowacka


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