Belgian cosplayer Hartigan Cosplay brings Armored Titan from Attack on Titan to life when he walks onto the field in jaw-dropping costumes.
Belgian cosplayer Hartigan Cosplay released a video featuring his award-winning Attack on Titan model.
The video introduced the famous Armored Titan to life, who together with the Colossal Titan destroyed Wall Maria, and started Shonen, an anime series. Hartigan in titan armor walks toward the camera in what appears to be an artist’s studio. The angle is tilted in a way to show his massive. The cosplayer “screams” at the camera, throws an angry punch, and then displays a resin jaw with teeth made of titan.
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The costume has more than 350 hours of hard work. It’s made of latex, upholstery foam, and PU resin. The mask is equipped with LEDs, and it can be removed with no loss of its brightness. The jaw of the resin can be moved by Hartigan’s to reveal the set of teeth when it’s opened. The arms, back, and calves are covered with zippers that are large and black. A system of wires is a part of the. Mimicking a muscle-like texture, Hartigan used a soldering tool to melt lines into the foam and then sprayed multiple layers of red latex over it. Under the costume, the cosplayer wore a cool vest and spandex costume to guard him against overheating. The finished product stood at 198cm.
Hartigan responded to the questions of Redditors in the comments section with an assortment of jokes or satire, as well as commentary. When people expressed concerns about the quality of the costume Hartigan went into detail about how he survived the temperatures. Hartigan responded, “Over 9,000” when a user wanted to know how hard it was to move around in the suit.
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On the 17th of July, on the 17th of July at Twitchcon Amsterdam 2022, the costume won 1st prize in the “FX” Category for the amazing display of special effects. Vilina Cosplay and Model won the “Larger Than Life” category. Dia-nae Cosplay took home first place in “Needle Work”, searsha_craft was awarded second place for armor. The contest was judged by MCroft07, as well as iconic cosplayers Cinderys and Lady Sundae. The prize is not the first one for Hartigan as he is sitting on a double category prize for his performance of World of Warcraft’sBolvar Fordragon (“Cosplay”, “Best in Show”) at BlizzConline 2021.