This World of Warcraft Costume Takes 15 Minutes to Put On
Kazplay, a.k.a. Laura Mercer, won the Blizzcon Costume Contest in November with her Hogger cosplay. The massive costume inspired by a World of Warcraft character is quite the beast to put on, as you can probably imagine. In the above video, Mercer puts on the ensemble piece by piece. She says it takes about 15 minutes to get fully suited up, but she sped up some of the process for the sake of easier viewing.
And while we’re discussing Hogger, check out this compilation of work in progress photos:
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