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A Jumanji Board Replica with a Glowing Center

Any costume can be made more special and unique with the addition of a prop or two. Incorporating pieces from the same property or world as the costume is a way to instantly level up. And if you’re wearing a costume inspired by Jumanji, this replica of the game in the story is the kind of prop that would set you apart. This board designed and crafted by Dan Lupien is detailed and textured. Something like this is more suitable for display than carrying around, but I’ve seen cosplayers tote small and portable tables to use for just this kind of object.

The best part of the replica is how the light at the middle glows. Lupien used batteries to power what looks like the top of a flashlight tucked underneath the green orb. You can see a couple photos depicting it below.

See more photos showing off the finished board and the creation process in this Facebook album.

via The RPF on Facebook


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