Destiny 2 Cosplayer Shows Off Witch Queen Savathun Mask in Motion

In its most recent blog update, Destiny 2 developer Bungie announced the Cosplay Cosmodrome, a new initiative that finally recognizes the incredible talents of the Destiny cosplay community. Specifically, the contest tasks nine cosplayers with creating their best version of Savathun, the evil Witch Queen. Or Moth Mommy, as many Destiny 2 players prefer to call her.

One such cosplayer is Willow Creative, a Netherlands-based content creator who has been making video game costumes and accessories since 2015. You can check out some of her previous work on social media, including a Samus cosplay and a Vieran. from Final Fantasy 14. He has also worked with renowned developers such as Jagex, Blizzard, and Riot Games. She can now add Bungie to the list.

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“She is known for being wildly imaginative with her creations, including integrating moving parts with the use of ingenious mechanisms,” Bungie wrote in their Cosplay Cosmodrome announcement. “She’s also proficient in foam-making and a variety of other mediums, so there’s absolutely no restriction on where she could take her version of Savathun.”

We received a progress update from Willow last weekend showing her Savathun skin. It’s still a work in progress as Savathun has quite the crown, but Willow’s skin already has the perfect mix of skull features. bright Eyesand movable faceplates. The mask itself is 3D printed to your own custom design, with the movable faceplates sitting on hinges that open whenever you move your jaw.

the whole effect is super creepy–a perfect look for Witch Queen Savathun.

Willow will have some tough competition at the Cosplay Cosmodrome. The other eight content creators include WhereIsDanielle, LittleBlondeGoth, Lily Bean Cosplay, Kamichan83, Farbenfuchs, Cinderys, Anhyra, and Solomon Taisa, a truly global collection of the best cosplayers. We’ll be able to see your finished Savanthun creations on Bungie Day, July 7.

Meanwhile, Season 17 promises a complete rework of Destiny 2’s Iron Banner PvP event. You can read about the full list of changes in the latest TWAB here.

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