Star Wars Frozen Cosplay

Star Wars Frozen Cosplay

 

Geek Girl Northern Belle Rogue, Don't Panic Cosplay and Sea3PLo Cosplay looks amazing as Sven-bacca, Hanna Solo and Slave Elsa in this clever Star Wars/Frozen mashup group cosplay! Here's what they had to say...

Northern Belle Rogue: "When Don't Panic Cosplay approached my about being a part of this team I was thrilled to have the chance to amalgamate two of my favourite characters; Sven and Chewbacca, thus Sven-bacca was born. The same sort of trusty worth and loyal side kick with a bit of sass, it was easy to see how they fill the same sort of archetype in their respective movies. Of course as always I had fun derping around and again, brought a bag of carrots to the con! You just can't be Sven without a carrot! Although fortunately this time I only ended up eating about half the bag. ;) Big thanks to Cajun Cosplay for shooting set for us!"

Don't Panic Cosplay: "I loved being Hanna Solo with Northern Belle Rogue as my best friend Sven-bacca, and Sea3pLo Cosplay as my darling sister Slave Elsa. It was really fun to try and capture the feelings of both characters in one costume. It was fun, lighthearted and easy to figure out how to pose with Sven-bacca, as Han and Chewie have a very similar relationship to Anna and Sven; they're best friends til the end and partners in shenanigans and adventure. Posing with Slave Elsa was fun for a different reason; because the character is both the sister to Anna and the love interest to Han, it was quite a challenge figuring out how to interact. Sometimes we play up the sisterly vibe, other times we went for the romantic angle. We did our best to keep them separate though, we're not Lannisters after all."

Star Wars Frozen Cosplay

Star Wars Frozen Cosplay

Star Wars Frozen Cosplay

Star Wars Frozen Cosplay

Models: Geek Girl Northern Belle Rogue (facebook) as Sven-bacca, Don't Panic Cosplay as Hanna Solo & Sea3PLo Cosplay as Slave Elsa

Photographer: Cajun Cosplay

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October 15 2015



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