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A Cuddly, Massive Snorlax Costume

If I had to pick a favorite Pokémon, it would be Snorlax. The huge monster looks like a giant pillow. Redditor Qwar_Zach’s cosplay of the creature also looks like a cuddly pillow. He made Snorlax for MAGFest, and it looks like Snorlax attracted a crowd wherever he went. Qwar_Zach, also known as Black Meadow Studio, spent about two months and $600 creating the ensemble. He scaled it based on a Pokémon wikipedia and says it’s over six feet tall.

This video with other people gives some scale to Snorlax and also shows how Qwar_Zach gets the costume on:

You can see a couple of in progress photos below and view more at Facebook.

via Reddit


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