Cosplay Costumes Series: Sgt. Hammer from Heroes of the Storm – Wig & Clothes

This is part four in my four-part cosplay costumes series for Sgt. Hammer from Heroes of the Storm. This video will teach you how to make Sgt. Hammer’s Helmet and Goggles. Check out the other three videos in this series to complete your Sgt. Hammer cosplay costume.

Part 1: Sgt. Hammer’s Belt, Bows & Hammer
Part 2: Sgt. Hammer’s Gloves
Part 3: Sgt. Hammer’s Helmet & Goggles

Here’s the tutorial video

And Now For A Related Geeky Product


Custom US Military Dog Tag Personalized ID Set. Complete with Chains and Silencers. These are the dog tags I used in my cosplay. Personalize them with Bamma Hammer’s details. The Blizzard guide gives the dog tag information for Sargent Hammer right down to her O negative blood type.


DIY Sgt. Hammer Cosplay Costumes

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MATERIALS YOU WILL NEED

green camo pants
red tank top
scissors
glue gun and glue sticks
blonde wig with long hair and bangs
thick gauge brass or gold wire
hairspray, a comb and two hair elastics
dog tags
black liquid eyeliner http://amzn.to/2trBDTn

STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS

Before starting with the wig, I referred to the cosplay guide to see the hair style. I trimmed the bangs a little so there would be a bit more bangs showing out from under the helmet.

Then separate the rest of the hair into two sections. Plait low braids on each side and secure with elastics.

Next it’s time to add wire to make the braids stay in a rounded position..

Cut two pieces of wire a little longer than each braid. Then slide the wire up into the braid and secure it by wrapping it a few times around the hair elastic at the end of the braid. Then shape it into a gentle curve. Then use a little bit of hairspray to set the braids.

I decided to quickly add a bit of green fabric on the shoulders of the red tank top.
Since your pants will most likely be tucked into boots, you can spare a little bit of the fabric at the bottom of the cuffs. If you don’t have olive green fabric, you can do what I did and use a few inches from your cammo pants.

Cut two small strips and trim them down to squares. Then fold over three raw edges and glue them down with your hot glue gun. Then fold the fabric around the shoulder strap area of the tank top and hot glue the fourth edge underneath.

This is just a fast and easy way to add a green fabric detail on the shoulder. While it is not super accurate, it worked for me as I was doing a one-day cosplay build.

The next detail I wanted to add was a pair of dog tags. The Blizzard guide gives the dog tag information for Sargent Hammer right down to her O negative blood type. You can order a custom set of tags online for around 6 dollars.


 

 

Thanks for crafting with me. If you make a Sgt. Hammer Cosplay Costume or any other Heroes of the Storm -inspired craft leave me a comment and let me know, or tag a photo on Twitter or Instagram #craftymcfangirl. I’d love to see what you do!

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Heroes of the Storm Jewelry: HotS Charm Bracelet. The charms on this bracelet are inspired by many of the battlegrounds in Heroes of the Storm. The raven represents Cursed Hollow. The spider represents Tomb of the Spider Queen. The Anubis head represents Sky Temple. The angel wing represents Battlefield of Eternity. The treasure chest represents Blackheart’s Bay. The zerg represents Braxis Holdout. The flower represents Garden of Terror. The sword represents Infernal Shrines. The pumpkin represents Towers of Doom. The warhead represents Warhead Junction and the Dragon represents Dragonshire.


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HotS Charm Bracelet inspired by Heroes of the Storm Battlegrounds