World of Warcraft Tyrande Whisperwind Costume Has All the Details
Tyrande Whisperwind is one of the more popular World of Warcraft costumes I see, and Aliza Cosplay did a wonderful job bringing the video game character to life. She used Worbla to sculpt all the detailed symbols on Tyrande’s dress. The pattern that fits over her top is intricate, and then there are symbols trailing down a piece of fabric on the front of the outfit. Besides making and painting the embellishments, Aliza made the corset. If you’re not feeling ambitious enough to craft a corset of your own, you could always start with a ready-made one and modify. You can see a couple of build pictures below.
You can see more WIP progress photos and more from Aliza Cosplay at Facebook and Instagram.
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