I plan on cosplay a qunari and I was wondering: where did you get your horns? And how did you attach them?

First of all: HELL YEAH! We need some more Qunari up in here!

I got the horns from this lovely person over at Etsy: greenegoth. The horns are hollow so they are extremely light weight. However, they’re made from plastic so are very sturdy. She will paint them with whatever color scheme you want. She also offers to paste them onto a head band for you. I declined because I believed the head band would be too noticeable for what I was planning.

I’m assuming you’ll be wearing a wig?

I’ve had a lot of people ask me how I managed to keep those horns on top of my head so I’ll be posting a few pictures soon on that annoying process. So, tune in!


Author: quinnhiers

When my father wasn't looking, I used to sneak into the attic to read his old comic books. After being regaled by spandex-clad superheroes at a young age, it's not a wonder I became such a huge nerd. From comics, to movies, to video games, to cartoons, my life has only been bettered by nerd culture and the many people I've met along the way who've shared my obsessions. My first plunge into cosplaying was when I was 18. I went to an anime convention and my costume was absolutely horrible. But, despite this, I loved the atmosphere and the people, so I kept making costumes. My love of cosplaying has only increased, so I'm here to get people interested in costume-making and give as much advice as I can.

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