Costume :Wolfwood
Variant :With Deployed Crosspunisher
Source :Trigun
Progress :Complete
Worn At :Aya Again 2003

Costume Photos

Crosspunisher 2

Crosspunisher 1

make my day punk


Costume reference


Costume Information

Cost : £15
Time Taken : 5 hours

After Vash I was on a bit of a Trigun hi and wanted to cosplay lots of the characters. Wolfwood is such an easy costume that the main draw was making a detailed full size crosspunisher gun.

I've never had as much fun posing for photo's as I did with this!


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Thats very very good propmaking right there! Question though, On the main barrel, does the cardboard support its own weight? or did you reinforce it?

by MetroidManiac on Friday, 25 January, 2008 - 10:01
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Cheers :)
All of the weight is supported by the crosspiece, which is solid. Most of the barrel is hollow. On reflection I should have extended the crosspiece at least a third of the way down the barrel to help it keep it's regitity as it's got a little floppy now. That would have made it a lot heavier though.

by Ilpala on Friday, 25 January, 2008 - 10:28
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Blimey, £15 for that cross.

by Odd-One-Out on Friday, 1 February, 2008 - 19:35
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that is such an awesome weapon i dont know how on earth u made it

by timpey on Tuesday, 15 July, 2008 - 00:04
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epic wolfwood the crosspunisher looks awesome

by Defrain on Friday, 19 September, 2008 - 05:24
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by Prince Zarbon on Saturday, 10 January, 2009 - 02:02


by StardustArchfiend on Sunday, 8 February, 2009 - 23:49
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Do you have any kind of guide to make that? Im gonna be doing Wolfy and I'd love to be able to make such a prop *awe awe*

by 1000014 on Friday, 20 March, 2009 - 20:08
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No guide I'm afraid.
The construction was very simple though.
The whole things is built around/supported by the crosspiece which is layered corrugated card (it was made from packing boxes). The rest is simple box shapes made from the same card and detailed. I used masking tape to tidy up the edges/joins and then sealed it all with a couple of coats of PVA glue before painting it.

by Ilpala on Monday, 23 March, 2009 - 10:08