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Amazingly Detailed Warhammer 40K Ordo Hereticus Inquisitor Cosplay

(Photo by Csaba Szecsei)

Creating costumes based on artwork from the tabletop game series Warhammer 40k can be mighty hard, especially when you choose to cosplay a character with intricately detailed armor rather than yet another Space Marine.

So I'm always blown away by cosplayers who rise to the challenge and create killer WH40K costumes that look like they stepped right out of the pages of the book, like this jaw dropping Ordo Hereticus Inquisitor costume by Ildiko Jobbagy, aka Okkido Cosplay.

(Photo by Morgoth Photography)

Ildiko made the armor and accessories out of Worbla thermoplastic, but surprisingly she says the hardest props to make were the books:

“One of them is hand-written (more than 300 pages) and the other one is printed. It took months to finish these hand-bound books,” she said, “The weapons were also an interesting challenge to make, as they really ‘work.’ The plasma gun gives shooting sound and light as I pull the trigger, the power mace has breathing lights. I love building electric circuits and these were the most complicated systems I have built so far.”

(Photo by Csaba Szecsei)

You can see a full WIP folder of the build here

-Via Nerdist


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