Very good costume, the only thing I would recommend is making your skin a bit lighter (the make-up looks a bit red.pink and adding a bit of slightly darker powder to your jawline to your chin, creating a "shadow" to make your face appear more pointed. The make-up around the eyes is Really good for a more realism look; if you wanted to be as accurate to the game as possible, continue up the dark powder on the upper/outer parts of the eyelid to give it a point (the top of the eye should be very straight). You're one of the best I've seen so far!
|TotallyToasty replied on 12-22-2010 at 01:41 AM:|
Hey there, I'm the photographer, not the cosplayer but you can find her at her account Akuriko. I'm pretty sure she was going for a more realistic Zelda as opposed to the in-game look. These particular photos don't show off the make up very well because of the grain and dim lighting. So I definitely suggest you go take a look at her profile! She pays very detailed attention to her make up and it looked absolutely amazing and very believable for what Zelda would actually wear in real life, which again, is what I think she was going for. That's my tid bit! XD go visit her account!
wonderful! lol now i see why Link goes through all that crap to save her :3
Gooosh that armor is incredible-- she's definitely my new favorite Zelda cosplayer! And these shots are amazing, great job guys!
|Gallery||Akuriko- Princess Zelda|
|Series||LoZ: Twilight Princess|