“There are men who struggle against destiny, and yet achieve only an early grave. There are men who flee destiny, only to have it swallow them whole. And there are men who embrace destiny, and do not show their fear. These are the ones that change the world forever.” – Flemeth. And we think that Ise Cosplay has created a wonderful rendition of Marian Hawke from Dragon Age II which has the potential to change the world forever!
I can’t even begin the explain the terror of what this would be like to see in real life. It’s enough to scare the begeezus out of me just from the photos. Cosplayer Dabboy really outdid himself with this Hydralisk from the Starcraft – and if you go to his website, you can see a step by step o how he made the beast. See a video of this monstrosity and more photos after the break:
I have no words. This cosplay of Uriel from Darksiders is just unworldly awesome. Every detail is epically colored, mounted, and sewn together. Thanks to Cosplayer; Ashari Cosplay and Props and Photographer; Theorem Productions you can revel in the glory that is Uriel. See so much more after the break:
Man I love when women do elaborate armored cosplays like the one you see here with Saskia from The Witcher. It’s completely stunning. Shappi Workshop is the mastermind behind this beautiful recreation, and credit goes to Studio Zahora for all the photos – and yes, there are many, so be sure to check them out after the break:
Wow – some people are just so incredibly talented. We are in awe of the amazing work that is showcased by a member of the Korean cosplay team Spiral Cats as Grommash. We’re a little late the game, since it was first shown off at the South Korean launch of World of Warcraft: Warlord of Draenor last fall. But still – props to you fine sir, from the makeup, to the prosthetics, to the costume – you just won the internet! See more photos after the break:
I am a huge fan of Diablo III. Mind you, I played as a Crusader, because I like to kick ass like that. But my husband on the other hand would play as a wizard, and every now and again, we’d play online with other wizards and saw the many wonders of cotumery that the game allowed. Cosplayer Wind Of The Stars is spot on with her rendition! See more after the break:
Hey you Destiny fans! Check out this awesome cosplay by rykker, who is also a big Bungie fan. If you haven’t seen Rykker’s past cosplays, take a moment and check him out as well. He’s done some fantastic Halo cosplay in the past. To see more photos of the Destiny cosplay, click after the break. Photo credit goes to William Tan.
Link certainly has a lot to live up to when it comes to this beautiful rendition of Princess Zelda. Cosplayer Akuriko Costume and photographer Rikku-chan of TotallyToasty Info worked together to bring you this amazingly stunning photo shoot. The tricky thing is that neither of them planned for a night shoot, so any light you see is from their personal car lights. Pretty nifty trick once you see the rest of the photos!
Check out his beautiful rendition of Lighting from Final Fantasy. Cosplay created by Cuza while photography credit goes to Pugoffka-sama in Kiev. Check out more fantastical photos after the break:
Awwwwww – isn’t that just precious. A tiny little Dovahkiin ready to rip you to shreds and pull out your spine. Thanks to AreYouJustKiddingMe‘s wife, this little Skyrim character is racing into our hearts before she races into battle. See more of the tiny titan after the break.