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Queen Hippolyta Costume Made from Profoam

The next superhero film to hit theaters will be Wonder Woman. Many Amazonians from Themyscira appear in the movie, including (obviously) Queen Hippolyta. Redditor The GiantLemoncake made a costume based on the ensemble and used Profoam for the build. I haven’t heard of the material before, but she explains it’s kind of location based for her:

The material is called Profoam, it is similar to EVA foam but we hardly get good EVA foam in Germany. Then it is primed with Flexipaint and painted with wax-paint from pébéo.

With the painted finish, it very much looks like it’s metallic armor.

via Reddit


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1 Comment

  1. Hey ada,

    the cosplayer is https://www.facebook.com/ShokeiCosplay

    Probably she feels more proud if you link to her facebook page 🙂

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