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Warcraft Stormwind Guard Costume

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Minana Cosplay has officially killed it on the “make awesome Warcraft armor” front. She crafted a Stormwind guard costume, and it’s painted and weathered to look like it’s seen action. She used black Worbla for all the armor pieces and used the foam sandwich technique. She put together a quick tutorial for making the hand armor that shows how she applied each piece of the Worbla armor to a glove using Velcro. It means each joint plate stays in place and gives her freedom of movement. The glove looks like an Isotoner but any close fitting glove would work. See how it works in the below picture:

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