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26 New Hilarious Costumes From The Cheap Cosplay Guy

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Whether you see cosplay as a hobby or a lifestyle, one thing is for sure — it is expensive and time-consuming. The issue is that if you want to dress up as your favorite character, you usually have to shed out a lot of cash. And if you don’t, fans could easily tell.

For those who aren’t ready to go pro and just want to keep cosplay as a creative hobby, there are lots of tips out there on how to save money. In the meantime, you can enjoy and get inspiration from Thai cosplay enthusiast Anucha “Cha” Saengchart, who created the “Lowcost Cosplay” project, which is budget-friendly, creative, and downright hilarious.

Here are 26 of Anucha’s new designs.

1. Okay, this is talent.
2. It is ridiculous how much the collar and sleeves actually look like croissants.
3. Bulb Lightyear.
4. This is pretty smart.
5. Another way to use plastic bottles.
6. Hope there’s no leak.
7. This is scary good.
8. Black Pink in your area!
9. The headband, though.

By now, you’ve probably seen a few Anucha “Cha” Saengchart’s hilarious “Lowcost Cosplays” online. Well, the guy never seems to settle and is constantly creating new, incredibly creative cosplays that will surprise you with their simplicity and ingenuity.

10. He’s a cosplayer from head to toe.
11. His attention to detail is very impressive.
12 . If there’s no hill, create one.
13. Seems legit.
14. Easy and effective.
15. From trash to treasure?
16. This is a masterpiece.
17. Very clever.
18. Fish are friends, not food.

Any cosplayer would tell you that it is not a cheap endeavor. But who said you couldn’t have fun mimicking your favorite characters with a cheap budget? From pens to keyboards, and even underwear, Anucha can transform anything into something else entirely.

19. Scratch it.
20. Mike Wazawoski!
21. Every girl on Instagram.
22. Did this guy just make a shirt out of rambutan?
23. Buns of steel.
24. Can’t decide which one is creepier.
25. Bottleflip 2.0
26. I’m scared.

Unless you do it as a full-time job, you shouldn’t take cosplay way too seriously. Anucha’s “Lowcost Cosplay” project seems to encourage fans to be creative without draining their pockets. If you can’t afford to splurge on expensive costumes, you can just create your own and make other people smile.

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