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December 7, 2017 AT 9:00 am

An Alice Costume with a Spinning Tea Table Skirt

Photo by Fabrice Fiorucci Photographie

Angia did something different with her Alice: Madness Returns costume. She took the character from the video game and gave her a spinning tea table skirt. The skirt is essentially a hoop frame formed from wood and straps. On top of making the rest of the cosplay, Angie designed the skirt and made or modified the items that sit on the table — including the fake food. She used 3D printing techniques to create some of the items and then after wiring the skirt, she painstakingly filled the “table.” The design is meant to represent the four different worlds in the game. This is a work of art.

See some photos showing off the skirt build below and check out more on Facebook. You can also watch a video showing off the spinning motion.

via The RPF


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