Blizzard has recognized Hartigan Cosplay, and his extremely impressive Bolvar Fordragon cosplay, as the winner of BlizzCon’s Best In Show.
Hartigan Cosplay, who created an amazing cosplay of World of warcraft‘s Bolvar Fordragon, has won the BlizzCon Community Showcase Awards for Best Cosplay and Best Show. The Community Showcase allows fans to showcase their artistic creations, such as cosplay and music. Categories include weapons and armor, digital storytelling, art contest, and various cosplay categories.
This year’s digital BlizzCon, dubbed BlizzConline, tried to preserve many of the event’s customary traditions and celebrations. A live performance by heavy metal band Metallica was streamed live on Twitch, but the rock celebration soon had a downside. When the band performed their hit For Whom the Bell Tolls, the streaming service replaced audio with 8-bit music, presumably out of fear of tampering with the platform’s Digital Millennium Copyright Act service. Otherwise the event went smoothly, although unfortunately much of the information announced during the various presentations was leaked prior to the BlizzConline broadcast.
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Snow storm has announced, via Twitter, that cosplayer Hartigan Cosplay has won the Community Showcase Awards for Best Cosplay and Best Show. The truly stunning costume artwork transforms Hartigan into Bolvar Fordragon, a World of warcraft character with an extensive backstory and ties to various factions in the franchise. A video posted on HartiganThe YouTube channel shows the lengthy process of putting on the Fordragon cosplay, which includes electronic components that produce light and smoke effects.
The fantastic character designs often catch the eye of especially skilled cosplayers who want to recreate these iconic looks. Recently, a cosplay based on Naughty Dog The Last of Us II it was accurate enough to make the developer wonder if they were watching a cosplay or a screenshot of the game. Cosplayer Gull Sheer was able to transform into a Clicker, a blind but deadly foe from the survival adventure series, and photographer Elon Levin captured the creature in motion.
Accurate cosplay requires a lot of patience, skill, and commitment both to create and to wear. Generally, the fancier a character’s design, the more difficult it is to recreate. However, Hartigan Cosplay was able to take an extremely fantastic character design and bring it to life perfectly. The use of special effects used to capture the appearance of World of warcraftThe Bolvar Fordragon are impressive, and Blizzard’s recognition of these achievements helps the company maintain and grow an extremely loyal fan base.
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