Anucha “Cha” Saengchart created his Facebook page ‘Low Cost Cosplay‘ all the way back in 2013. Now, nearly 4 million followers later, he still isn’t showing any signs of slowing down. He just released a series of Game of Thrones transformations, and they’re everything that made him famous. Hilarious, clever, and freakishly cheap.

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Jon Snow

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Usually, cosplay is pretty flamboyant. The hobby unites people around the world, and 250,000 of them attend the annual four-day New York Comic Con (NYCC) at the Javits Center. The con has grown in popularity since its inaugural launch in 2006 and oh boy do its cosplayers commit. NYCC is not only an exciting event but brings in lucrative dollars to the NYC economy, an estimated over $100 million in fact. And while the city is happy to make money, cosplayers have to spend a lot of money not just on attendance but to go all out on their costumes.

Daenerys

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Cersei

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Not Anucha “Cha” Saengchart, though. He has been realizing his ideas for costume ideas using anything he can find lying around in the house. And I mean anything. Plastic furniture, blankets, paint, flour, wires, everything goes.

Random White Walker

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The Night King

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Some of his costumes might not be the most convincing ones, but what they lack in detail they more than makeup for in creativity and ingenious thriftiness.

The Night King and his trusted companion

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Here’s what people said about his transformations

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