World of Warcraft Blood Elf Priest Costume Is WoW-Worthy
Cosplayer Brittani Ginoza, a.k.a. Ginoza Costume and More, knocked it out of the park with her World of Warcraft Blood Elf Priest costume. She wore the ensemble to C2E2, and I’m impressed by the design, the scale, and especially the finish. The paint almost makes the cosplay look cel-shaded. You can definitely see it in a close-up photo of the hand armor below. Even though the pieces of that aspect of the costume and the rest of the armor is flat (it looks like the armor was made from EVA foam and Worbla), they look beveled because of the paint. This style makes the armor look like it’s right out of the video game.
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