With #Halloween coming up, let’s take a look at #cosplays & #fursuits meant to be spooky & scary.
First, here’s a video by Marko Adruss featuring a variety of different spooky & scary #cosplays:
Next, here’s a video by Stormi Folf about spooky & scary fursuits!
#Cosplayers’ creations are inspired by many things, usually characters from science fiction, fantasy. superheroes, super-villains, anime, etc. But, now you can add carpeting to the mix. Carpeting? Yes! Some attendees of #DragonCon have been inspired to create #cosplays based upon the carpeting that used to be used in the Atlanta Marriott Marquis hotel:
Former Atlanta Marriott Marquis Carpeting
The pattern of concentric circles and segments in different shades of blues and reds is reminiscent of a camouflage pattern, which is how some cosplayers have incorporated the carpet design into their own works.
The first known use of the carpet design was on military-style uniforms created by Volpin Props in 2014:
But, after that, many more cosplayers incorporated the now iconic carpet into their own cosplays, including Spider-Man; Deadpool; a “Star Wars” stormtrooper & Slave Leia; quidditch players from “Harry Potter”; a coke bottle; Wonder Woman; a truck; and there’s a lot more out there. The pics below are primarily from 2017 and 2018.
Never underestimate the creativity of cosplayers!
Just like any other form of #costuming & #cosplay, some #fursuiters are looking for ways to be on the cutting edge of the hobby by using electronics and details that require enormous amounts of hours to create. #Fursuiter Pocari Roo shared some of the #fursuits that she regards as being “insane” for how much effort these makers put into their amazing creations:
Here are fuller versions of those same fursuits:
“Beauty of the Bass” dancing at #Confuzzled:
“LED Dragon” at the 2017 #Antrocon:
“Gem Raptor” and mBlade at MCC in 2017:
Check out this amazing & massive #Warmachine-inspired #HulkBuster #cosplay by Veni Testa! He used #3DPrinting for making small, detailed #costume parts.
Here’s a sampling of #cosplayers & #cosplays that attended #Katsucon 2018! (Feb. 16-18)
#StarWars #costumes & #cosplayers are rather common, but #cosplaying as a “Star War” vehicle is quite different. #Kotaku shared an article about cosplayers who dress up as “Star Wars” vehicles. Common vehicle #cosplays include an AT-AT, AT-ST, Death Star, TIE fighter & more. Below are a few examples:
AT-ST, Millennium Falcon, TIE fighter:
Imperial Star Destroyer:
Adam Savage is a huge #StarWars fan & loves to #cosplay as iconic character #Chewbacca. To capture the spirit of #TheEmpireStrikesBack, Adam created a C-3PO backpack similar to what Chewbacca wore before he was able to fully reassemble C-3PO, who had been taken apart on the cloud city of Bespin.
In this YouTube video, Adam Savage shows how he put together the C-3PO backpack, complete with animatronics. The video is over 39 minutes long:
Next, here’s the video that Adam Savage shared a month earlier showing him donning the Chewbacca costume with the C-3PO backpack and wearing it incognito at Silicon Valley Comic Con:
2 months before the previous video, Adam Savage had also upgraded his Chewbacca costume bandolier, which he shared on YouTube in February: