Princess Hilda

Final Fantasy II

Last Updated: 05-31-2011

Princess Hilda!! After over 6 months (with plenty of months of break from working on it) I finally have this costume completed! Join my rebellion against the Empire, LOWLY WORMS! HAHAHA-Oh wait wrong character..

First of all, it's weird for me to be playing as this character as i am always playing as her enemy instead - the Emperor. XD OH SO FUN. So it's different for me to play as the good princess Hilda - but in a good way. Hilda is also my 5th Final Fantasy II cosplay... Wow, I didn't realize how many II cosplays I did...

There isn't too much to say about the construction details, it's just detailed. :S I mostly went by the Amano artwork of Hilda to make my costume. But I also did some things on which her Dawn of Souls artwork has as well, and her sprite image. 8D And as much as I love love LOVE my headdress, I HATE my horns... ;_; Just the two main big ones, they will get replaced someday when i feel like remaking them. But still... i think I have a crush on my headdress, I love it so!! I totally have a thing for horns, it's freak'n obvious LOL. XD

Total cost to make this costume was... *DRUM ROLLS* !!! ....UHHHHHH.... I kinda forget. think it was about $32. The dress material was like 3 or 4 bucks, the head dress cost about $6 for everything, shoes only cost me about $4, wig was a cheap Halloween wig (maybe $12 or less???) that didn't matter how bad the wefting was because the headdress hides it, and all the scarf material was like $2 or $3 each... And everything else I had kicking around waiting to be used.

I had lots of fun being Hilda at Anime North! Even though lots of people thought that I was the Princess from Final Fantasy I and Emperor Mateus. O_O

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Character Princess Hilda
Series Final Fantasy II
Costume Views 1254
Favorites 5
Comments 7
Upload Date 05-15-2011
Debuted Anime North 2011

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