Grue’s costume was not unlike his motorcycle leathers in terms of thickness and design, making him one of the most heavily armored of our groups in terms of the amount of material he was wearing.  His headwear was the part I’d changed the most: I’d modeled the face-plate after a figurine he’d bought at the market.

Oooh.

It was a step away from the visor he’d worn up to now, more demonic than skeletal.

Sibling themes!

I think I like him being the grim reaper better than him being a demon, but it’s still pretty neat.

The only real trick there had been making it non-porous enough that his darkness wouldn’t bleed through.  A quick experiment proved that my efforts had turned out alright.  In costume, the face-mask down, the darkness framed his mask but didn’t cover it unless Grue forced it to.  A demon’s face in dark gray in a vaguely human-shaped twist of darkness.

The way his costume makes use of his power has always been really cool. As long as that’s included I’m not terribly disappointed.

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