This Warhammer 40K Inquisitor Costume Is a Work of Art
Warhammer 40K ensembles are a beautiful mix of fierce armor and intricate designs. It means when cosplayers tackle them, the results are usually masterpieces. The word definitely applies to Okkido Cosplay‘s gorgeous Ordo Hereticus Inquisitor build. Take a moment to compare the finished costume above with the sculpted Worbla below. She not only carefully made all the embellishments on the armor, she applied paint to make it look like metal. The first take on the costume took her nine months to craft, with the second version taking two extra months. The time she spent perfecting the costume is easy to see.
via The RPF on Facebook, top photo by Csaba Szecsei
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