World of Warcraft Costume

Nadine used InstaMorph to help make parts for this World of Warcraft costume. She took home a Cosplay Excellence award for her efforts at her local con.

“The character is called Tyrande Whisperwind from the video game World of Warcraft. Included are photos of my progress of making the costume. I used [InstaMorph] to make a set of elf ears that clip into my wig. I am not allergic to latex ears but I wanted to challenge myself and see if I could make a set of ears with your product. I also made various gem pieces by shaping the material to a gem shape and painting it with acrylic paint and nail polish.

My prop bow had all the details in the owl face (the main face part of the owl) made with this product, it was the original reason why I bought the product in the first place. Ive included various photos of my progress as well as the finished costume.”

Thanks Nadine for all the great in-progress pictures. The finished product definitely deserved that award, and we’re glad that InstaMorph could have a small part in that.

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