The release of Zootopia earlier this year meant seeing more than a few Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde costumes at conventions and around the web — we’ve featured a few of them — but I recently spotted my first Gazelle costume. The character is a famous pop singer in the movie, and her outfits are all about catching the eye. Cosplayer Bera Cuda is replicating the sparkling red look Gazelle wears while singing “Try Everything,” and from the looks of it, the build involves a ton of work.
As you can see in the above photo, Gazelle’s top is covered in sequins. Bera Cuda made that as well as the skirt. She modified shoes, covering the heels with red jewels and building in hooves to show through the front of the strappy heels. The wig requires intense styling, and Bera Cuda is making the ears and horns to go with it. See a couple progress shots below and more at Facebook.
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