Halo 4 Spartan Cosplay

Halo 4 Spartan Cosplay

 

Huntress Crafts and Cosplay looks completely badass as Huntress 217 (a Halo 4 Spartan - original multiplayer character). The location for the photoshoot was at the base of the Snoqualmie River Waterfall in WA State and here's what she had to say...

"Huntress 217 is a true-blue soldier from the Halo Spartan program. This character was built around the armor loadouts I used while playing Halo 4 in-game multiplayer matches. My favorite color is purple (if you obviously can’t tell) and this was my first foam armor build. There are fans in the helmet, a working PA system, and the energy sword was carved from wood and then hand-painted- as was most of the armor. This sword has since been retired and put on display after being signed by Steve Downes, Jen Taylor, and Bonnie Ross (Master Chief/Cortana Voice actors and the Director for 343i.) Huntress was built over the course of about 4 sleepless, frantic months and debuted at ECCC 2014. I learned a lot during the process and this has been my longest active costume to date. Huntress has racked up a lot of medals over her long military career, including news features, visits to Microsoft/343i studios up into the double digits, numerous charity events, and a whole lot of memories and smiles along the way. She can usually be seen at cons around the Pacific Northwest/Seattle Area and at the frontline of many 405th and Microsoft events. Huntress has become a very dear entity to me and has genuinely shaped quite a bit of my lifestyle over the last 3 years. While the suit won’t be repairable forever and will someday need to retire, Huntress will forever have a special place in my heart and may make a second, new and improved appearance soon….;)"

Halo 4 Spartan Cosplay

Halo 4 Spartan Cosplay

Halo 4 Spartan Cosplay

Halo 4 Spartan Cosplay

Halo 4 Spartan Cosplay

Cosplayer: Huntress Crafts and Cosplay - instagram

Helmet Raw Cast by Icon Props, Painted by Johnson Arms Props

Torso armor by BMP! Props, painted by Huntress Crafts and Cosplay

Special thanks to Evakura Armor for mentoring me on this build and teaching me the ways of the foamsmith.

Photographer/Editor: Koris Photography

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November 02 2017



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