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Oct 30 2010

A Wonderful Warcraft Succubus Cosplayer…

I came across an amazing piece of YouTube video this week that shows the work of a Cosplayer in creating the look of a Warcraft Succubus that, really, is one of the best that I have ever seen…

And, as always, in case the embedding doesn’t work:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wcIM4fAnkUQ

I took one quick still from the video, just to have something to comment on:

It’s hard to show just how much effort went into this costume from this still image alone, but, really there are quite literally months of effort placed into this, and it’s just beautiful…

Lovely horns, really amazing wings and I am rather amazed by the way she has made what looks like hooves, but are a pair of highish heels with wrappings around them to simulate the hooves that Warcraft Succubi have in the game…

The clothing is quite accurate from what can be seen in the video and I am rather taken by the wig she is wearing which is an almost exact style and colour match for the Succubi in the game.

The cosplayer is named Ayane Shiranui, and she does quite a lot of cosplaying. In fact she has her own site at: ayanecosplayfan.net on which she has many examples of her work that you can enjoy…

Succubi, vampires, anime and so much more and everyone of them is truly an example of cosplay art I think…

Tera

2 comments

  1. avatar
    James

    Yes, she did a terrific job.

    Never having played WoW, I suppose the succubus from there must be a bit more battle-oriented. But why do I think a succbi’s best battle gear doesn’t look like that at all, and one has no idea that one is in battle until one is in her arms, capitulating? 😉

  2. avatar
    TeraS

    Being sneaky is better I think…

    *winks*

    Tera

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