Happy Halloween! In honor of the biggest dress-up excuse of the year, it's about time to unveil the Avatar, the Last AirbenderFire Nation project that we've been teasing for the past two years—the armor of Lu Ten.
Our upcomingAvatarfan film will follow Lu Ten, the son of “uncle” Iroh. So, we’ll see Iroh before he lost his so—his heart (and his waistline) will be a little lighter, his hair will be a little darker, and his outfit…well, see for yourself!
After working together with my brother Austin to create theLegend of Zelda Cosplay Project—a tribute to one of greatest games of all time—one thing was clear: this project had become something special. To really give people a feel for the full scope of the project, we needed to turn our pictures...into a movie.
When it comes to bringing a character to life—especially a cartoon character—every cosplayer does it differently. For my Legend of Zelda cosplay, I envisioned Link as a manly Celtic warrior, the kind who could take on the worst that Ganondorf could throw at him and keep on coming.
Creating the airbending staff featured in Avatar, the Last Airbender was a massive technical challenge. How do you combine form and function to create a true tribute to one of the greatest shows of all time? Read the full article to find out!