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How To Use Magnets for Costume Armor

Cosarmor & Props was taken with Ornstein’s armor in Dark Souls as soon as he saw it. He thinks the dragon slayer’s armor is the most impressive armor he’s seen, and he started building a costume replica. He began in August 2014 and has been taking his time to get the details just right. As you can see in the above video, he’s made a lot of progress. He’s been using magnets to piece the armor together — he has over 70 magnets and over 30 magnetic points in the costume. It’s a creative method that would make taking the armor on and off easy and would likely allow for a nice range of movement, and he touches on how they’ve been helpful in the above.


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