Making Historical Fantasy Cosplay Armor for E3! (For Honor Game)



For this year’s E3, our very own Frank Ippolito was charged with fabricating three cosplay costumes for Ubisoft’s upcoming game For Honor. The three costumes of wildly different historically inspired characters with varying armor, helmets, and weapons, which require a wide range of materials and build processes. We stop by Frank’s shop ahead of E3 to learn about these builds!

Shot and Edited by Joey Fameli
Music by Jinglepunks

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Tested is:
Adam Savage
Norman Chan
Simone Giertz
Joey Fameli
Adam Isaak
Kishore Hari
Patrick Norton
Frank Ippolito
Sean Charlesworth
Jeremy Williams

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38 thoughts on “Making Historical Fantasy Cosplay Armor for E3! (For Honor Game)”

  1. No, should have said fantasy armor. Nothing historical here, also way to make my ancestors look like dumbass's with horns thanks.

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  2. As a Warden main, i can say with great respect, that you did awesome on the Armor and the coloring. My only issue with the Warden's armor is that there is no sword to go with said badass armor. The Samurai and Viking are badass as well, but I prefer the Warden TBH.

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  3. fucking samurai Wooden-plank armor.. Motherfucking Wooden PLANK armor. Ubi…………. I still dont understand the art choice

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  4. I think its one of the best cosplay costumes out there , some look like ritarded versions of the characters

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  5. This is the 21st century and people still think that migration-era scandinavian helmets had horns and that even upper-class landowners somehow preferred to wear ragged furs and leather instead of wool and cloth like everyone else.
    The fantasy "barbarian" aesthetic never existed and makes no sense, please do not apply it to even pseudo-historical settings.
    Seriously, how come a western studio can get warriors from feudal japan somewhat correctly, but seem incapable to even picture a european warrior properly.

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