Like other cosplayers we’ve seen lately, Infinitecosplay has put a different spin on a Pokémon costume. He turned Jolteon, a pocket monster with electric abilities, into a warrior. He used Worbla for his armor and prop and shared a handy Worbla trick he used to make the armor. He says this is one way to make a 3D shape without having to sand down foam first. It started with a base shape, then he drew lines where he wanted the object to protrude before cutting the Worbla into strips to be pieced back together. View the whole process in the above photos, and check out the below photo to see how the Worbla looks.
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