This World of Warcraft Cordana Felsong Costume Glows
Kialna, a costumer and propmaker, doesn’t hesitate to go for complex construction. She was the maker responsible for an incredible Smaug costume a few years ago, and more recently, she completed a World of Warcraft Cordana Felsong build. She replicated the night elven warden’s costume with precision from the armor to the glowing green lights. The above video showcases what the finished product looks like. The way the LEDs glow through shoulder armor effectively communicates the green mist that swirls around the character in the game.
This is how the fluorescent paint on the costume reacts to UV light:
See additional videos featuring the costume a Kialna’s YouTube channel and look at a ton of WIP photos at Facebook.
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