Despite rumors to the contrary, Fanboy Fashion is not dead! I simply haven’t had the time for it lately like I used to although I think that is about to change. Anyway, when I saw this great Diablo III Demon Hunter cosplay, I knew I had to share it with you! In the past, I have posted a couple of great Demon Hunter cosplays (like this one and this one), but the cosplay below is my favorite so far. Not only does the cosplay look great, but I am really loving the photography too!
I spotted this fantastic Diablo III female Demon Hunter cosplay on the official Diablo III Facebook page yesterday. The cosplayer in these pictures is FreiaRaven and the photographer that took these beautiful shots is Photographer Eva. I’m impressed with how great these photos are! I especially appreciate the great lighting and church setting.
There are times I get a bit jealous of all of the awesome geeky clothes that are made for women and this would definitely be one of them. I have some pretty cool Legend of Zelda t-shirts but they can’t compare to this amazing Legend of Zelda cosplay dress!
This particular costume is made from 100% cotton, trimmed with crushed gold lamé and gold leatherette. Fully lined in polyester cotton, with 3 layers of net underskirting. Boned bodice, back zip fastening with corset effect lacing over the top. Top stitched in gold thread.
If you are a Legend of Zelda fan who happens to be looking for something to where to a con or even perhaps a renaissance fair but don’t want to deal with the hassle of making your own outfit, this might be just what you have been looking for! Heck, this would even make for a nice non-traditional wedding dress for a really big Zelda fan.
If you happen to order one of these dresses, send us pictures of you wearing it! I love to see my readers enjoying the things I post about!
It has been way too long since I have posted something here on Fanboy Fashion! Hopefully now that the holidays are over and things are calming down a bit, I can start posting regularly again. With a little luck, this amazing TARDIS cosplay will be the the beginning of things getting back to normal.
In the past, I have shared some rather unique TARDIS cosplay and I would probably put the incredible TARDIS cosplay below in that same category.
Quinn of Hearts is the talented cosplayer behind this amazing TARDIS cosplay that has a Victorian flare and provides a great view of the inside of the TARDIS! The also great photography was taken by Claire Sheldon Photography.
While I am not sure who the actual cosplayer is under this mask, the mask itself was created by Matt Sprunger at Stage 1 Studios in Winter Park, FL with help from LuAndra Whitehurst and Robert Tuscani. The photography was done by the obviously talented Rich Johnson.
If you happen to know who the cosplayer is under the mask, please let us know in the comments below so we can give them the credit they deserve.
Once in a great while, I get the urge to play a little Diablo III and I recently had one of those urges hit me so a couple of weeks ago I finished yet another play through of Diablo III. It seems to get easier every time I play it but it is still a lot of fun and a good story. Well, speaking of Diablo III, I would say that judging by this amazing Demon Hunter cosplay, I am not the only one who still enjoys the game.
This stunning Diablo inspired female Demon Hunter cosplay pictured below was created by Tessa Kristine Cosplay. Perhaps the most amazing thing is that this is only her second cosplay! With as good as this looks, I would think that she is a veteran of the cosplay world.
Speaking of Demon Hunter cosplay, if you like this, you should check out the previous female Demon Hunter cosplay I posted about. And if that still isn’t enough for you, do a search for Diablo cosplay on the right to see all of the amazing Diablo cosplay I have posted about in the past.
Its not very often that I come across cosplay that is so intimidating that I have a real fear of it giving me nightmares but I stumbled across just that sort of cosplay today and I knew I had to share it because it is just that good and just that scary!
This amazing and nightmare inducing female Kratos cosplay was done by Miss Sinister Cosplay. Congrats to her for scaring the crap out of me! Speaking of people who deserve props for these amazing cosplay photos, I want to recognize the people who helped make this so amazing including Hex Mortis who made the Blades of Chaos (the best I have ever seen in any Kratos cosplay) and ram, Samhain Contact Lenses who made the nightmare inducing contact lenses, Leather Bound who made the outfit, Kurt Allen and Sean McCarthy who did the body paint, and Foto Mike who took this stunning photography! Amazing job guys!
Although I have never got around to finishing any of the Borderlands games, from the time I have spent at least with the first one, I think they are quite good. Perhaps if my schedule will allow, I will get around to finishing the first game so that when the pre-sequel comes out in October, I can play it before going into the sequel since that seems to be the most logical order to play them in. Until then, some great Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel cosplay should wet the appetite for the upcoming game!
The stunning and very detailed Athena cosplay from Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel was done by the cosplayer It’s Raining Neon. Apparently she is also responsible for her own photography here which is even more impressive! I’m not sure how long this stunning cosplay took to make but it was definitely worth every second of effort!
Speaking of Borderlands cosplay, if you like this, you should definitely check out the Borderlands cel shaded jeans that I posted last week because they will blow you away!
What are you most looking forward to about the new game? Let us know in the comments below!
For as much as I enjoy going to various cons to check out the cool panels and meet the celebrities whose work I enjoy, my favorite part is easily the cosplay. It is always a thrill to be walking through the convention halls and pass people dressed as Super Mario, the Doctor, Darth Vader, even a few TARDIS’. Well, speaking of some amazing cosplay which I wish I had seen in person, I found some cool pictures of some amazing Rule 63 Kratos and Ganon cosplay.
These pictures take by Mike Kowalek feature some of if not the best female Ganon (from the Legend of Zelda franchise) and Kratos (from the God of War games) cosplay I have ever seen. The beautiful woman cosplaying as Ganon is Ely Renae and the equally beautiful woman cosplaying as Kratos is Emma Lu. Apparently these lovely ladies were spotted recently at Otakon in Baltimore.
I don’t know how much time and effort was put into these costumes but it was absolutely worth it as they are both stunning!
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I will admit that I never got around to finishing the first Borderlands game much less the second one. I enjoyed the time I spent with the game, I just never went back to it for some reason although after seeing these jeans, I might have to go back and play it this weekend.
I’ve always been a fan of women in some nice fitting jeans but one cosplayer has taken that idea to the next level and painted some cel shaded jeans for some Borderlands cosplay she is working on.
Cosplayer Kirameku has been working on some Borderlands inspired Nisha the Lawbringer cosplay and she has uploaded some pictures of her progress showing the jeans she has been working on. Using a mixture of Textilcolor and water, she has done an absolutely stunning job of recreating the cel shading style of graphics from the Borderlands games. I don’t know how much time she has spent getting it to look that good with that level of detail and shadowing and such but it was time well spent because it looks amazing!
If these is just the pants, I can’t wait to see what the rest of this Nisha the Lawbringer cosplay looks like!
It seems like every time I find some good female Link or Princess Zelda cosplay to post, I am always asking myself if I post it too often. I have posted some great female Link cosplay in the past such as this female Link cosplay and this one just to give a couple of examples. But I wonder if maybe I do it too often? I kind of feel like I do but then I remember just how much I love women with pointy ears and then I stop caring and post more. Well, I found some more great female Link cosplay inspired by Ocarina of Time and thanks to the fact that I am a sucker for pointy ears, here is yet another female Link cosplay post!
This lovely lady Link cosplay is done by the cosplayer Lolita Zombie and these cool pictures were taken by Photographers in Philadelphia. I think the pictures fit nicely with the cosplay even if she doesn’t really feel in the environments (Photoshop can’t make everything look natural). I especially like the inclusion of Navi in the one picture.