This amazing aquatic Godzilla cosplay with lights and flotation is the creation of Labinnak & Mangoloo Cosplays in Virginia. Wowza!
At IMGUR and Reddit, where I spotted this, Mangoloo shares:
The key to waterproofing cosplays.... a ton of plasti dip.
Anyways I built a Godzilla swimsuit cosplay for a waterpark convention called Colossalcon.
The entire build is mostly foam clay.
I hand sculpted E V E R Y T H I N G.
Then I used transparent foam that I airbrushed blue that I put waterproof tea lights behind.
The tail is essentially a pool noodle covered in tulle.
My goal was to get the tail to float and the pool noodle and all the tulle super helped.
I plan on making the Jaws Shark next for Colossalcon East.
I super love making monsters and pushing my cosplays further creatively.
Here is a video I have of my cosplay in water.
Godzilla cosplay FLOATS and LIGHTS UP in water
More on @labinnak here, and follow their work on Twitter.
BTW, people were jerks about it, and here's how @Labinnak replied.
“My work team has been one-upping each other every day during our quarantine meetings with homemade costumes,” says IMGURian @squirrld1. “Here’s some of my favorites.”
“I’m my own best friend,” she says.
Hey, when life hands you virii, make cosplay. Zoidberg cosplay.
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