Completely Terrifying ‘The Last of Us’ Cosplay by Emma Franks – Design You Trust

Completely Terrifying ‘The Last of Us’ Cosplay by Emma Franks

This horrendous creature is known as a ‘clicker’ in Naughty Dog‘s “The Last of Us.” In the game, you have to survive in a post-apocalyptic world when a fungus takes over and turns humans into these ugly zombie-like creatures.

Thanks to the combined efforts of photographer Adrian, make-up artist Jon Wilks and model Emma Franks, a clicker has never looked more dangerous. Snapping up pictures at an abandoned nuthouse in ye olde England, the mask worn by Franks was made from polycell expanding foam polyfilla, costing around R400, while the body infections are a combination of wood, latex and body paint.

Cosplayer: Emma Franks. Make-up Artist: JWBeyond. Photographer: Innershadows Photography.












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