I truly enjoy the Borderlands franchise. The cartoonish graphics are cool and the games are lots of fun to play. If you are a fan of Nisha the Sheriff in Borderlands 2, here is your chance for some sexy and easy cosplay.
Etsy seller James Sharp of Masenko Props is our world’s Happy Mask Salesman. He’s made life-size replicas of Majora’s Mask, the Deku Mask and the Goron Mask from Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. Mask mask mask.
Growing up, I knew every time I went to see my grandmother on Saturday, we would be going to the mall. I also knew that meant lunch out, candy, and at least one new toy. The downside was I knew she would be spending an hour or so in the sewing store while I went out of my mind with boredom.
General, there’s a settlement in the Mushroom Kingdom that needs your help! Redditor 3dbdotcom designed Fallout-themed Super Mario Bros. costumes for this year’s PAX South. He went as Mario, his wife was Princess Peach and his friend was the baddest Luigi you’ve ever seen.
Look at the images here. These aren’t screen captured right out of Fallout 4; these are pictures of a dude dressed up in costume. The is impressive costume was created by Arcanum Order and the effect is spectacular.
There is this dude in my office at the day job who rides a tiny little Vespa-like scooter to work all summer. He’s not a small guy. He looks like a Shriner with gigantism who escaped the parade with his tiny vehicle.
Kay Pike is a costume designer and model. But recently she’s been taking up body painting, using it to turn herself into various geeky characters. So far she’s painted herself as Rescue, Cheetara, Thanos, a Titan from Attack on Titan and my favorite, Captain Marvel.
After the First Order stormtrooper – formtrooper? – and Kylo Ren, it’s Captain Phasma’s turn to have her helmet turned into an officially licensed life-size prop. Like the other helmets, Anovos made this one based on files and props used in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
I like cosplay as much as the next guy. This Hadouken cosplay is funny, cool, and gross all at the same time. Rather than shooting a blue ball of flame from his palms, this cosplayer is using the toilet.
The Internet must be significantly quieter today, what with half the world playing Fallout 4, or at least staring at their monitors waiting for the game to be installed. But you and I can still partake in the fun, thanks to Baty Alquawen and her Vault Dweller cosplay.
If the First Order stormtrooper’s duck-faced helmet isn’t your thing, perhaps Anovos can tempt you to part with your cash in exchange for the worn down mask of the mysterious Kylo Ren. Imagine if he turned out to be Adam Sackler.
What you see here is the most spectacular Halo Needler replica that you can actually buy. This thing comes from NECA Toys and was made with help from Microsoft and 343 Studios using the actual 3D models from the game.
…though he may be too smart for the job. Celebrity dog Winston the White Corgi attacked Halloween dressed up in a slick stormtrooper costume, complete with a hilarious mask.
If he can look cute in that snouty mask I’m sure he’ll be awesome as Spider-Ham too.
Chase Borchardt didn’t have to steal a Morag orb to become famous, thanks to his talented mom Christina, who made him an awesome Rocket Raccoon costume. Oh yeah!
Christina, who documented her build on The RPF, says she started working on the costume last June, even before Guardians of the Galaxy came out.