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Wonder Woman Has Her Sword at Her Back with This Cosplay

Arwenia Cosplay is replicating almost all of Diana Prince’s costumes from the recent Wonder Woman film. She’s made the princess of Themyscira’s Wonder Woman look, her training outfit, and also the blue dress she wore to the gala complete with the sword. Her first attempt at constructing the blue dress didn’t go as planned, so she tried again with a different fabric. As you can see in the above photo, this fabric worked out. Arwenia made the Godkiller sword to go with the dress using balsa wood, Profoam clay and Cosplayflex.

You can view additional WIP photos at Arwenia’s Facebook page.

via Facebook, top photo by Baki


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