As a Maker, constructing your own costumes and competing against peers is a given. In this post, you’ll find 10 of the most popular costume designs on Pinshape that will make you stand out above the rest. Discover props that integrate flashy electronic components or designs that can be used immediately after printing.
Sean Charlesworth’s Custom Saber is among the most popular designs on Pinshape and features an incredible amount of attention to detail. Sean used a variety of materials on the Formlabs Form 2 to reconstruct this prop and has included a full build guide so that you can make your own.
Too often, pets are excluded from holiday festivities for their lack of costume options. Print That Thing presents his solution with fully printable armor for your furry feline.
Laellee was the runner up in the Cosplay Design Contest with this impressive recreation of Widowmaker’s Kiss. This is a great project to take on with the final design measuring 1.5 meters in size!
Do you have an especially large printer and no shortage of materials? If so, this is the design for you! For those a bit more restricted by their print volume, check out this post which teaches you how to make objects larger than your printer’s build volume.
This design prints in place and the claws fully extend immediately after printing. This version is optimized for those with especially large hands but can be scaled down for smaller humans.
Last Halloween, we opted for a Rainbow Dinosaur Costume and stay tuned for this year’s project! Check out this post which guides you through all of the electronics and programming steps to make your own.
For the minimalists among us, Adafruit’s Simple LED Unicorn Horn is a great fit. It makes use of a small battery, electronics board, and LED and Adafruit has included a full tutorial teaching you how to make your own.
This Stormtrooper Helmets is split into multiple pieces to accommodate a wide variety of different machines. We especially enjoyed printing this design in glow-in-the-dark filament.