How Weta Workshop Made That Dazzling Thermoptic Suit For Ghost In The Shell

The Ghost In The Shell movie adaptation looks like it's going to be a visual treat for sci-fi fans, but one element of the production stands out more than the rest- Motoko's thermoptic suit.

It's sleek, sexy and, according to WETA Workshop costume artist Flo Foxworthy, most likely the first time a full silicone hero suit has been created for a movie.

Flo literally gave Danica Chan of Tested full access to the suit by letting her slip it on, showing off the hidden features of her marvelously modern feat of costume engineering.

(YouTube Link)

-Via Tested


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