I’ve mentioned before that Dragon Con is the place to see all sorts of obscure and creative costumes, and cosplayer Jenna Lynn Meowri added proof to that statement with one of the costumes she wore at the convention this year. She dressed as The Lusty Argonian Maid from the Elder Scrolls. The idea comes from the name of a book in the Elder Scrolls games. It appears in several chapters of the game and sometimes has separate volumes. Jenna brought the star of the books to life with her creative cosplay. The reptilian Argonians are in the game, so the look of the species is known. She worked with Del Nero Designs to get the mask and added the finishing touches herself, and she made the book prop. You can see pics of the unpainted mask and the book below.
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