I will probably end up making a new, more screen accurate version of this once I get the hang of some new materials. This is my first attempt made in the summer of 2015 based on the preview shot of her costume. I have worn it several times now, and love that it is so comfortable (for a corset and heels.)
It is made of faux leather, craft foam and modge podge mostly. The leg armor is one piece attached to knee highs and worn over wedge heels. The corset is steel boned with a separate skirt/belt. The sword is just a plastic one I repainted and weathered attached to a leather strap. My hair is brown, just brown and doesn’t take color well, so I have given up on trying to dye it black. I don’t really mind… it is more me as Wonder Woman, which I love 🙂
The above photos were from SC Comicon in Greenville April 2016.
Below is a shot of the costume when I first made it..(on my mannequin and showing the sword.) Since then, the skirt has been shortened a bit, but all else the same.
This is one of my favorite shots, taken by my six year old. It shows my other daughter (11) in a rare picture as my professional corset lacer 🙂 The older one is normally my photographer and does an outstanding job!
Happy customers love to share photos of themselves with me in their costumes and I love to see them! Here are a few that I have received in the last year or two. If I have missed any credits, please let me know!
Cosplayer Kuno Yuro
Kuno Yuro as Wonder Woman, with Batman 2014
Nicole Stoufflet with her Steve Trevor 2013
MiaLa bustier made with custom molded chest plate and belt. 2013
Two more great shots of Kuno Yuro
This unnamed customer claims her costume was “A LOT of work.” Meh. It wasn’t that hard. Maybe she meant getting in shape to wear what I made was hard 😉