How to make an 8 bit pixelated costume


If you found our previous article about 8-bit illustrations somewhat funny, you should definitely check out this 8-bit costume made by Kiel Johnson and Klai Brown for a Toshiba commercial.

They simply used a cardboard suit structure and glued large sheets of high density foam to it, so it would give the illusion of “pixels”. The costume is actually a cosplay named “Gary” and it consists of around 4000 “pixels”.

Something that can remind of this cosplay are the pixelated 3D sculptures that this other talented artist managed to make.

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  1. More of a “hey, look what I did” than a “how-to.” Neat, but not exactly helpful.

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