Medivh (Heroes of the Storm Version)
Medivh, Heroes of the Storm version, was commissioned by Jamie Lee Curtis for her son Tom for Blizzcon 2016. Medivh is originally from World of Warcraft, and he had his own unique design in Heroes. Lorraine Torres of Rainyia Cosplay and I worked on this as a collaborative effort and we pulled off the costume during Blizzcon crunch time! This was a simple, yet elegant build that I enjoyed putting some little rustic features on. Medivh has this slight steampunk look with the color scheme and a lot of airbrushing was used to achieve the gradients across the cape and the shoulder pieces. We had to borrow some Blizzard employees and a husband with similar dimensions in order to achieve the proper fit.
The night before Blizzcon, we also met Tom for the first time and sure enough, the costume had a perfect fit! It was also the first time we had seen the costume come together in its entirety as we both worked on certain aspects of the costume separately in our own individual workshops.
First debut: Blizzcon 2016
Time spent: 3 weeks
Special thanks to:
- STIM FTW cosplay for connecting all of us in this collaborative effort
Here’s the original tweet by Jamie Lee Curtis:
— Jamie Lee Curtis (@jamieleecurtis) November 5, 2016
I made a quick instagram video on how to create the foam pyramids for Medivh’s shoulders:
Patterns Available for Download
Cosplay PDF Patterns
In this tutorial, I discuss how I attach removable wings to the body with a harness. Mercy from Overwatch has various skins where both an invisible or regular harness may need to be used to achieve that high "wing angle". For both versions of these wings, I used the...
Download the 3D Printable file here! I made this as a little tool to hold parts of common PVC pipe sizes used for cosplay from Home Depot. While not in my workshop, I needed a tangible and accurate representation of PVC pipes for 3d modeling with. At least...
Heat Transfer Vinyl serves as a great solution for creating crisp appliqué details on any project! In this tutorial, I use examples from my Zhuque Mercy project. See my other appliqué tutorials here: Using Spandex for Applique and Trims [Tutorial] Navigation: Prepare...
What if you have a pattern that was already pre-scaled, but the document paper size is too large for your printer to handle? If you do not have access to a wide format printer, this tutorial explains how to print to several pages on a home or office printer using US...
These instructions apply if you have purchased one of C'est La Sara patterns that do not need additional scaling! If the description states that the pattern is a 1:1 scale, please read these instructions carefully. This tutorial is also available in print version...
To view this protected post, enter the password below: