A big fan of the Zelda video game franchise by the name of Kyohei Noguchi has just received a very special gift from his wife in the form of Majora’s Mask.
While most of the talk is about The Legend of Zelda‘s 35th anniversary (they need to seriously hurry up with that Ocarina of Time remake), this new piece of cosplay news is a real winner. Capitalizing on another Zelda Nintendo 64 classic, the mask took several months of development, but thanks to Noguchi wife’s skills as a clay puppet designer, the mask turned out terrific.
Made entirely out of clay, the large mask was sculpted and painted to look like real wood. Head over to the artist’s page to see the making-of and styled photos of the mask.
— キョン@都湯×廃墟展 (@kyon_K4) February 21, 2021
— ぴこうさ@夢見るギニョール展3/5〜21 (@pikousa2) February 21, 2021
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