No This Is Cosplay Done Right [Pic]

Submitted by: Rested 5 years ago

Much more dignified than dressing up as a dog, led by a leash and pissing all over the place.
There are 43 comments:
Male 34
@TheZigRat

32 actually...
0
Reply
Male 528
for a haloween party i`ve just decided i`m making a minecraft costume XD
0
Reply
Male 1,595
Finally!
0
Reply
Male 368
That totally rocks!
0
Reply
Male 3,474
8 bit win
0
Reply
Male 1,312
Dear mother of god....win
0
Reply
Male 2,893
@I-IS-BORED
Ahhhhh shut the f*ck up.
0
Reply
Female 235
WIN!!
0
Reply
Female 5,222
YES
0
Reply
Male 2,419
Why does it start with `No`?

and wrong colour
0
Reply
Male 224
Cheers Tristam. Ahh, good times.

Doom (and Duke Nukem 3d which also appeared on the SNES, I think) were both 3d worlds with sprite-based enemies. The only step up from Wolfenstein was that their level design wasn`t restricted to the horizontal plane or cubic grid design.
I wonder if anybody`s remade a Wolfenstein level in Minecraft...
0
Reply
Male 3
@Swash

The racing game was Stunt Race FX.
0
Reply
Male 1,360
doom was 3d and out for snes.
0
Reply
Male 519
Brilliant. This guy wins the internet.
0
Reply
Male 191
Where to buy costume!?
0
Reply
Male 734
I`ve always thought that those things were for dorks, but that guy or gal has seriously pulled off something cool.
0
Reply
Male 224
"SNES Did not do 3d either"

I seem to recall Starfox on the SNES was 3d, albeit at a very limited poly-count.

There was a racing game that used low-poly 3d as well. Can`t remember the name of it now, but I do remember a shortcut on one of the tracks where the motorbike could jump up onto the overpass and cut out half a lap.

When you`re talking about "hand drawn sprites" I`m going to guess you mean the ones from Donkey Kong Country, which were 3d rendered sprites - basically they create the 3d model, take screenshots of it for the animation and turn those into the sprite data. The backgrounds were generally made from fully rendered elements too.
0
Reply
Male 1,586
FF7 is by far my favorite of the series, but I think the girl behind him scratching her bewb is a little better.
0
Reply
Male 5,413
@Steelgrid
It was called Mode 7. Castlevanias rotating stage and F-zero made use of this.

As for the post
So awesome!
0
Reply
Female 55
Amazing!
0
Reply
Male 2,700
"Awesome pixelz"

Well when you think about it, once 3d Models were rendered in real time during gameplay and became a staple part of most games, I think the term went from "Pixel" to "Jaggy". Hell that is even true today, if the game is using a 2D sprite, it would be called pixels as thats how they are drawn, jaggys on a 3D model would be the jagged edges that are made by the vertices or edges that make up the 3d models.
0
Reply
Male 2,700
"Not 8 bit... I`ll give it 16 bit (SNES)... 3D rendering was very badly done in the 8 bit realm (was barely done at all), it wasn`t until SNES and Genesis that we started seeing characters popping out into a more 3 dimensional look. But even then the polygons were still very basic...
"

This entire statement is wrong on so many levels...

The closest thing 8 bit ever got to 3d models in games was Vector Graphics, SNES Did not do 3d either, it was Termed Mode 7, or Mode 8, i cant remember...But it was a way of scaling the art to simulate 3D. What you call polygons in the 16- Bit era was for the most part Hand Drawn sprites designed to fool the viewer into seeing depth.

While FF7 may not have been the first 3d game, its mix of 3D animation and awesome hand drawn backgrounds made it groundbreaking for its time.
0
Reply
Female 409
This is wonderful!
0
Reply
Male 230
Awesome
0
Reply
Male 875
there`s a black guy in the back ground that dressed up as a white guy dressed up like a black guy
0
Reply
Male 2,688
Not 8 bit... I`ll give it 16 bit (SNES)... 3D rendering was very badly done in the 8 bit realm (was barely done at all), it wasn`t until SNES and Genesis that we started seeing characters popping out into a more 3 dimensional look. But even then the polygons were still very basic...
0
Reply
Male 3,745
lolololol this is NOT 8-bit...

i still want the costume though :(
0
Reply
Male 14,773
This would be cosplay at its best if it had a couple of hotties in unimaginative but revealing slave Leia costumes standing next to him.
0
Reply
Male 53
rofl, this is not 8-bit people
0
Reply
Female 173
I love it. :D
0
Reply
Male 33
hahaha that is so awesome! 8-bit for the win.

OH NO YOU dratING DIDN`T.
0
Reply
Female 1,205
hahaha that is so awesome! 8-bit for the win.
0
Reply
Female 803
This is the same guy that was at ACen the past two years. He`s still good.
0
Reply
Male 446
This is the same vein as TRON, but in reverse.
0
Reply
Male 1,011
Quinny....no

PS1 is a 32 bit system and thats Cloud from 7
0
Reply
Female 198
@SomeXero - You gotta give the guy some props though. That costume must have taken some work.
0
Reply
Male 24
I`m think it`s a character from an earlier Final Fantasy game, maybe 4 or 5 as that was on an 8-bit console hence the pixelation.
0
Reply
Female 1,743
Love it.
And I dislike cosplay.
0
Reply
Male 14
@Phantomz Cloud from Final Fantasy VII

And this is actually done wrong, cause Cloud wore purple, not blue...
0
Reply
Male 148
who is that?
0
Reply
Male 182
I am shocked that I haven`t seen this before. Brilliant.
0
Reply
Male 25,416
Awesome pixelz
0
Reply
Male 570
Link: No This Is Cosplay Done Right [Pic] [Rate Link] - Much more dignified than dressing up as a dog, led by a leash and pissing all over the place.
0
Reply