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You Shall Pay for This Treachery by Xero-Cosplay You Shall Pay for This Treachery by Xero-Cosplay
High Inquisitor Whitemane from World of Warcraft.

Costume created and modeled by me.
My awesome boyfriend helped paint my staff and suspend that crazy jewel in the center. You can find him at [link]

This most amazing photo is by Martin Wong. He is a fantastic photographer and a super sweet person. Give him some photography love here: [link]
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pandoraswar Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2014
I love your cosplays! and was wondering, how did you make the staff? Especially the gem hovering in the middle lol.
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Xero-Cosplay Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you! I actually made the staff out of PVC piping/joints, worbla, and drywall Spackle. The majority of the staff is the PVC piping that I got in the drainage section at Home Depot for ~$20 for everything. I used cement made for the plastic piping to affix all of the part together including the elbows. Worbla was used to make the four "arrowhead" points on the head of the staff, and Spackle was used to fill in any seams. Once it was sanded, I applied a layer of Elmer's glue to seal it before painting it with acrylic. Oh yeah, and the red gems around the outside are just half-dome acrylic shapes that I painted red nail polish onto the back of. These can be purchased at www.usplastics.com fairly cheap. These were held on with a ring of Worbla around them.

For the hovering gem, I made a base shape out of cardboard and covered it with a thin layer of Model Magic which was flatted out with a pasta machine. I then glued clear fishing wire into 4 the corners so it would less noticeable as to how it was suspended. I covered the gem like fondant on a cake, and sealed all the seams with a little extra Model Magic and water. Once dry, I sealed everything with glue and painted it with red acrylic paint. After the paint was dry, I drilled small holes into the PVC pipes and glued the fishing lines into each one.
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pandoraswar Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2014
Thank you so much for the reply and that is so awesome!!! <3 Thank you so much for the help! Your cosplays are amazing!
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Xero-Cosplay Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Not a problem- anytime! :)
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nihilistique Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
I want to favorite this 500 times.
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HylianJean Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2013
Gorgeous color and detail in this shot. Really striking!
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Kynessent Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2013  Student Artisan Crafter
Wow! The lighting is super cool in this shot! And you look so awesome! :D
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