It’s always interesting to see how cosplayers pull off LEGO minifig costumes — how they scale it up and how they make the pieces with cardboard or with Worbla. But Frank Ippolito and Tested went a different direction with their interpretation of the LEGO minifig: They made it realistic. It’s both fascinating and incredibly creepy, or as they’re calling it, “creeppyfig.” Get a close look at the minifig in the above video.
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