Artist Creates Shoes And Boots In The Shape Of Animal Hooves, And The Result Is Impressive
We've seen many amazing cosplays that make it hard for us to distinguish whether they're real or just someone wearing costumes and fashion accessories to masterfully copy a specific character or a person. Originally coined in Japan in 1984, this already wildly-known performance art has captured millions of hearts and created a vivid subculture all around the world. After all, cosplay allows people to be whoever they want to be just for one day (or sometimes even more), so who wouldn't want to try out this opportunity? There are various sources for cosplay inspirations so it's up to a person to choose. Some enjoy transforming into anime or cartoon characters, others into comic book or manga heroes, while there are some who decide to try television series and video game characters.
A cosplayer since the age of 15, Blair Ondrla loves to cosplay video game characters and she has already won numerous awards for her craftsmanship and execution all over the country. Well, actually, she has made her passion for cosplay and creature design into a career which is an amazingly eclectic line of footwear called 'Creature Feet'. Her fashion line consists of detailed shoes and boots that are crafted in the shape of animal hooves for true costume realism. This fantasy-inspired footwear allows people to easily transform into their favorite fantasy characters for the best cosplay.
These hooves are made from the high strength resin that is permanently fixed on the heels on a pair of 4-inch shoes. They should be suitable for women's shoe sizes up to 15 but girls are not the only ones who can wear them. The shoes are good for guys who are ready to hit the upcoming comic con cosplay!
The hoove shoes are designed to be easy to walk with, similar to walking on stiletto heels. With the 6-inch platform, they make cosplayers taller without bending their legs and without affecting the calf muscles. So it's the best comfort you can get while in a cosplay party!