Luxord: The Gambler of Fate (Halloween Town) - Kingdom Hearts II & 358/2 Days


London MCM Expo Oct 2009

Digviz's Shortlist - 11th place...




Here is my Halloween cosplay for Luxord*
First worn on Sunday 25th october 09* ^_^
I really enjoyed making the features~most of the suit was bought along with the hat and cane.
I referenced originally from my own artwork uploaded on DA (I just left out the tails XD) Until it was finally expo time!

I hope you like the result**


Darkiekun posted on 11 September, 2009 - 20:23
I commend a tut to this *nod* hurry and finish nya only 5 weeks to go nya XD

Getti posted on 30 October, 2009 - 22:25
Seriously the most epic Halloween Town design ever. You were an amazing Luxord <3

Littlegeeky posted on 31 October, 2009 - 13:23
Wow this is amazing, I love the design ^w^

Mungojerrie posted on 31 October, 2009 - 21:02
I really like this design! Looks great =D

Zedela posted on 1 November, 2009 - 02:31
Thank u minna* :D

Kannacchi posted on 1 November, 2009 - 13:51
wow XD

Zedela posted on 1 November, 2009 - 16:40
XD thank u*

Zelda posted on 4 January, 2010 - 22:53
I love this ^^ brilliant idea.

Zedela posted on 5 January, 2010 - 01:24
Thank u :D

ZOMBIEfurby posted on 6 January, 2010 - 11:25
Awesome idea :D I love the back of the jacket the most, it just works really well all together!

Monkey posted on 9 January, 2010 - 00:13
Very cool, its an awesome design, I love the hat-piece thing, and the back design is really nice. Fantastic! Total win! ^^ Hurrah for Luxord!

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Progress Journal

27th April 2010


The hat was the first thing that apeared in the design, including the pinstripe idea. All I had to do was add a head piece made with one or two of the gambler's cards and two hands from the time card. Then on the night before the expo (along with the jacket) added romanized text around the top.

27th April 2010


First off, I made a start of drawing the back design of Luxord's fair game card with a grey pastel, then went over the lines carefully with a marker. Then afterwards I covered the collar, buttons and pockets with black fabric/acrylic paint, to finish on the night before the london expo, I added romanized text on the front. The outcome of the jacket is the best I think and reflects what I know of him being a gambler of time.