Warhammer 40K Sisters of Battle Costume Paint Progress
Emily, a.k.a. Go Big or Go Home Cosplay, is hard at work on a Warhammer 40K Sisters of Battle ensemble. To use the word complex to describe it would be a disservice. It goes beyond complex. In January, I shared a photo of what the foam armor looked like in its first form. It’s multi-colored and pieced together in an intricate pattern. Now, the foam is in the paint stage. Emily shared the above photo of her progress, and it’s gorgeous.
It looks like the armor design has changed slightly. I am still impressed this is Emily’s first all EVA foam build. She’s intentionally trying new things so she can learn. For example, she’s taking liberties like adding paint and battle damage to the armor.
Look at the below two photos to see how much it’s transformed.
Keep up with Emily’s progress by following her work on Instagram.
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