As title says, this is my Jack Frost cosplay.. So far!! Still need to paint the staff, sew some straps on the pants and add some frosty-paint.. uhm.. I'm sure there's more.
But I'm gonna wear it as it is now, when I go watch the movie in...about 3 hours! Woooh!
Boy, am I excited, even though I already watched the movie in danish 4 days ago... Can't wait to hear the epic English voices for the characters!
I can see I'm going to have quite a lot of questions on how I made all the things, so I'll write it here:HOW IT WAS MADE
The staff: The "inside" of the staff is made of electric conduit pipe
, that I sawed into fitting pieces and glued together with hot-glue
. Then I used, what is it called, "wallpaper-glue"(?)(that's what's in the bucket in the top left corner of the picture)
to wrap lots of newspaper pieces
around the pipe-staff in spirals, all while I glued the blue elwire
around too. Found the elwire on eBay.(I would actually recommend you to use something "harder" than the electric conduit pipes, since my staff is "wobbly", it's very nice light-weight, put therefore also a bit more fragile. If I could change it, I would've used either some stronger plastic pipes or wood (even though it makes it a lot heavier) for the inside instead.)
The pants: Bought in a store and coloured in hand.
The shirt: Pullover hoodie from eBay
, used white and white-pearl paint
to make the frost (hand painted), and added glitter, using Stickles Glitter-glue
Whaddya think of it so far? Oh, btw, the hair is not a wig. It's my own hair that I've violated. I also have a wig, but it doesn't look as good because it's not styled properly. xDAnother picture of the cosplay: [link]
Now on my tumblr, reblog if you like: [link]
Jack Frost - Rise of the Guardians - Dreamworks