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June 14, 2017 AT 11:00 am

Steampunk Mercy Cosplay Built at South London Makerspace #WearableWednesday

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Thanks a bunch to Richard for sending us this tip! From South London Makerspace Discourse:

Hi everyone! A while ago I posted this: https://discourse.southlondonmakerspace.org/t/light-up-staff-looking-for-help/4007 and I’ve finally finished it! :smiley: My project was to make a steampunk version of the character Mercy from Overwatch, but I had no idea how to make the staff light up and move, so I joined the Makerspace to get some help with that.

Check out the full post, see even more work in progress photos here, and see more from Tabitha Hastie on YouTube


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