Saffron and Original Symmetra costumes were both part of a joint commission Rainyia Cosplay (Lorraine Torres) and I worked on for celebration of the release of Overwatch in May 2016! We completed both costumes in about 3-4 weeks, and our Saffron Symmetra was displayed in one of the buildings at Blizzard campus. This was an enjoyable project as we involved a number of other members of community to help bring this alive with some publicity.
I worked primarily on the sewing portions of both of our dresses + weapon prop, and Rainyia Cosplay made all the worbla armor parts.
First debut: Overwatch Release 2016, Blizzard campus
Time spent: 3-4 weeks
We thank the following:
- Honeyboba Cosplay for helping us out with our wig transaction at Epic Cosplay Wigs
- Serephitic Embroidery for the patch embroidery
- Illumi-Nation for our custom visors per our preferred specifications
- Volde Cosplay for compiling our slide show and display at Blizzard HQ
- Blizzard for inviting us to wear Symmetra on campus
Want to make your own Symmetra cosplay? Click here to download her Photon Projector pattern!
We were also featured in Blizzard’s Video with us at Hollywood!
Patterns Available for Download
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