Thor: Ragnarok Hela Headdress How-To

Thor: Ragnarok is set to debut in November, and cosplayer/YouTuber Aerith Mon-Kishu will be ready with her costume of the film’s villain, Hela. One of the most notable features of the character’s ensemble is her massive headdress. Aerith is hard at work on crafting the antler-like look and filmed an overview showing the materials and tools she’s been using for the build. Watch it above.

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1 Comment

  1. Oh, wow. XD Didn’t expect to see myself in an article. 😉

    If you’re interested Hela’s mostly ready. I still have a lot of stuff to do since the action figure came out a day before the Comic Con Germany and I realized the front horns are in the wrong position and that I have a lot more details to do on the suit.

    I’ll take care of that the next days and weeks.

    BUT I have pictures ^^ More uploading the next days.

    https://www.facebook.com/MonKishuCosplay/
    or on devart:
    http://mon-kishu.deviantart.com/

    and I have a video of me and Thor fighting against each other at the Con. Mostly trashy and for fun. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GIPP6wwtU7s

    Thanks for sharing my weird and “well, let’s just put that together, it’ll hold something” stuff XD It usually is a mess while I work but the end-product often comes out better than expected XD

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