A Cute Warcraft Succubus Cosplayer…

I was looking around the site Cosplay.com and I’ve discovered a number of Succubus cosplayers on that site. So for the next little while I’m going to be featuring some of them on Fridays on the Tale as sort of a mini-series as I like to think of it…

If I find more in the future, I will be adding them as well of course…

For this week, I found a Cosplayer that appeared as a Warcraft Succubus back in 2009 at the Blizzcon 2009 convention. Her name is Myszt, she is American and this is her cosplay of a Succubus…

Warcraft Succubus Cosplay by Myszt

Warcraft Succubus Cosplay by Myszt

You can find this costume and some more images of it here and a page for her profile here as well on the Cosplay.com site.

This was her first attempt at making a costume and I think as a first effort it came out really well indeed… On the Cosplay.com site, this is the only costume she has shared and I wonder if she did anything more, but I can’t say as there just isn’t any more information on her or anything else she has done there…

She described the costume as being, as I said, her very first costume and that she was happy with it. She noted, as part of the steps of making it that:

Bought the blue fake leather-like fabric at Joann’s, as well as the metallic gold ribbon that is hot glued on. The legs are just acrylic paint painted onto some stockings from Dillard’s.

The blue “leather” was cut and sewn into the pattern based on the Succubus figurine that Blizzard released. It was then sewn onto a black corset bra that I bought from Macy’s to be a trustworthy support under the costume – and it was! Some blue “leather” was also sewn onto the front and back of black bathing suit bottoms for the bottoms of the costume.

The horns were bought in a “demon costume” package from the halloween store and painted with purple+red acrylic. The shoes are just old heels that I never wore, painted with black acrylic as well as part of the stockings. I wish I could have made hooves, but I only had a week to make the costume and didn’t feel that I had enough time to experiment with paper mache.

The tail was also from the Halloween store, though originally it was a halloween decoration that I modified. It was originally a hanging skull and spine, but I cut the skull off the top and painted the spine with purple acrylic and wrapped a band of left over fabric from the corset onto it.

The wings were originally a latex bat decoration from the Halloween store, with its feet and head cut off and the wings painted purple. I attached clear elastic to the wings and tail to keep them on more securely.

I just find it really interesting when Cosplayers explain how they do things and it does really give me so many ideas of my own to ponder too… What surprises me most of all is that she did all of this in one week, and that really is impressive for what she created…

Congratulations and thank you for sharing with us!




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    • James on July 15, 2011 at 10:33 am

    Some very nice creative work and thoughtful construction here. Well done!

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    • TeraS on July 18, 2011 at 8:25 pm

    Oh I agree!


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