I’m always into seeing human translations of Pokémon monsters, and Miez Cosplay‘s interpretation of Vaporeon is spot on. Also known as Sandra, she brought this pocket monster design by Cowslip to life. She crafted it from head to toe, styling the wig and making the creature’s armor. Instead of using Worbla or foam for the bracers and collar, she sewed them. It couldn’t have been easy to get those measurements exactly right. The pieces have structure, and I bet they’re more comfortable and flexible than other materials.
See more pictures documenting the progress of the costume at Facebook.
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