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Elegant Twilight Princess Zelda Costume

Redditor and cosplayer Brit, @builtbybrit, made a Twilight Princess Zelda costume and recently found the perfect location to shoot it. She made the outfit by hand and found an antique ocarina crafted in the late 1800s to pair with it. She crafted the armor from EVA foam (see a picture below) and used Plastidip before painting and sealing it. It’s a creative and beautiful adaptation of the costume from the video game.

More photos of the shoot can be found at Imgur.

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Follow more of Brit’s work at Instagram.

via Reddit, top photo by foureyedphotographer on Imgur


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