It’s surprising what a controversial subject female armour design has become in gaming circles.
The tomes from Wizards of the Coast aren’t cheap, and they need to be protected. They need badass protection level 5. Chainmail!
The question “Can you sleep in armour?” tends to be asked by tabletop roleplayers. It can be a big deal and an awkward one to answer.
Gotham’s Joker is scary enough but imagine what he would have been like in an even more dangerous world? Or time. Prine Armory makess and sell custom suits of armour, and they have some medieval armour suited for the Clown Prince. Perhaps it’s the white mask, but I get ronin vibes off this green and […]
Bill McCall of Utopia Armoury has turned his childhood hobby of working with chainmail into a job. Incredibly, when he was just 17 he built his own shop at the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire and dived feet first into chainmail commerce. You don’t need to travel all the way to Pennsylvania to buy Bill or Utopia […]
Is there a time and a place in RPGs or fantasy novels for chainmail bikinis? It’s a debate. We’re (should be) beyond objectification but if someone wants to dress their character in skimpy armour why shouldn’t they? Wherever there’s a heated debate there’s humour. The following eleven artists have all chipped in and helped contribute […]
This gorgeous Milanese armour is the work of Gutfran Workshop. It took nearly 3 months to craft and the result is a safe and durable set. Milanese armour is known for its renaissance style, in part, due to Flippo Negroli. Some consider him to be the best armour of all time. Gutfran’s design is far […]
Based in Massachusetts, Mamma Bones is an artist who does something different with knitting. She works in scales to create some fantastic armour. You can browser through her Etsy store full of goodies if you fancy any of this armour yourself and its easy to imagine that cosplayers, larpers and perhaps even a YouTube host […]
Germia is a gamer and relatively new to cosplay. What a start, huh? This set of pictures was shared by a friend of hers, Aelirenn, over on Imgur with the note that many people didn’t it would be possible to recreate this armour. This is the Paladin from Might & Magic Heroes VII and it’s […]
The title to this post says “Stormtrooper helmets inspired by African wildlife” and as odd as it sounds this is no weird typo. Designer Blank William’s The New Order is a set of creative designs, in white and black, which actually manage to mashup animal skulls with classic helmet designs.