A Resident Evil Village fan tweeted pictures of their extremely detailed Donna Beneviento cosplay, complete with her infamous doll Angie.
One dedicated Resident Evil Village fan recently uploaded pictures showcasing their intricate cosplay of Donna Beneviento. Resident Evil Village is the most recent installment of the Resident Evil Series and allows players to wander through an Eastern-European-like village seemingly stuck in the Victorian era – all while encountering dangerous mutants.
There are many fan favorite characters in the game, like Resident Evil Village’s vampiric Lady Alcina Dimitrescu. Another popular character is Donna Beneviento, a ghost-like mutant who hides behind a black veil of mourning and speaks through her handmade doll, Angie. Donna is the last member of the Beneviento clan, a family known as skilled doll makers. She resides in her family’s estate along with her dolls, which she affectionately calls her “friends.” Players must destroy Donna to advance through the game, but this proves to be a difficult task, seeing as she is a master at causing hallucinations and controlling her dolls.
A freelance illustrator that goes by the name of Cachet on Twitter posted pictures of their extremely detailed Donna Beneviento cosplay. The pictures depict Cachet wearing an all-black attire and holding their handmade Angie. The details of Angie are impressive; from the cracks on her face to her outfit’s white lace. They mention in their tweet that this is their “first real cosplay.” Cachet also explains that this is their first time sewing and only their second time sculpting a piece.
Found out my wife didn't exist so I became her
Donna Beneviento, my first real cosplay! First time sewing, second time sculpting. It was a challenge but I am pretty happy with it. pic.twitter.com/1aseDZbIok
Cachet shared details about the process behind creating Angie in the comments below their tweet. They first molded aluminum foil into the limbs of the doll and then covered it with a white foam-like substance. After painting the gray shadows, the cracked face, and the golden jewelry on the doll, they placed Donna Beneviento’s doll in its eerily tattered white dress. According to Cachet, the project took about two months to complete. The Resident Evil Village fan wore their cosplay to this year’s Colorado Festival of Horror, which took place on September 10th through September 12th.
Cachet’s cosplay with their handcrafted doll is only one example of fan creations (or, rather, recreations) inspired by the survival horror game. The game has been out for several months now, and fans are currently waiting for Capcom to release a Resident Evil Village DLC for the game. As they wait, they can appreciate the dedication and creativity of fellow Resident Evil fans and their creative renditions.
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