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Female V from Cyberpunk 2077

V (voiced by Cherami Li when female) is the main character in the RPG game Cyberpunk 2077V is a fully customizable character and the decisions you make about V’s appearance and other attributes can all impact the story.  The female V has an asymmetrical haircut and wears a bomber jacket with moto-inspired pants.  If you don’t want to shell out for a replica jacket, you can recreate the look with a brown bomber jacket by adding light strips to the inside of the collar.

Misty from Cyberpunk 2077

In Cyberpunk 2077, Misty Olszewski is a new age spiritualist who owns Misty’s Esoterica, where she does tarot card readings. She is good friends with Viktor Vektor and V. Misty’s character design draws inspiration from Pris in the cyberpunk classic Blade Runner.

Agent Pace from Matrix Online

Agent Pace from The Matrix Online

The agents of the Matrix, like Agent Smith, are not known for being unique. And that made Agent Pace all the more remarkable. She was programmed to emote. The beguile and disarm people in an age of Truce. And when that Truce ended, it made her all the more deadly.

Like the other agents, Agent Pace wears clothing similar to what most American federal agents are believed to wear. Some variations are black, others dark green. Here I have listed the black version of one of her outfits, including the black gloves and pistol she carries when she knows she will be in a fight.

Her usual outfit consists of a black blazer, white button down shirt, and black skirt. She wears either black or sheer hose and black shoes. In one incarnation her glasses are clear though her glasses later have dark lenses. And in true businesswoman fashion she wears her long hair swept back in a bun with the bangs styled off to the left. It’s not a look easily found premade on wigs but it can be reproduced with the wig listed above. Add in a simple gold necklace and you are ready to act as The Matrix’s newest liaison.

Judy Alvarez from Cyberpunk 2077

Judy Alvarez from Cyberpunk 2077

Artist. Fighter. Mox. Judy Alvarez has made a niche for herself in Night City after moving up from Laguna Bend with her grandparents as a child. When they left she stayed. Now she is as much a part of the city as the rest of her gang. She’s one of the best braindance technicians around but getting her work for yourself isn’t exactly easy to do. Judy has her morals. And if you don’t stack up, she’s gone.

A personality as bold as Judy’s usually comes with a lot of flash but Judy likes to keep it simple. A white tank top tied up above her navel, black leather overalls, and black high tops. She also has a number of tattoos that you can replicate using a tattoo marker and temporary tattoos.

The hard part is copying Judy’s hair. You can choose a similar style that doesn’t require buzzing half your hair off, you can mimic her style directly, or you can use a wig. And when it comes to wigs you have two options. The first is a premade wig that uses fabric to indicate the shaved area. The second option is to buy a white wig, follow this tutorial for another wig alteration originally filmed for another cosplay, and then dye the wig using pink and green Rit dye which should lock the color into the wig’s synthetic fibers.

Roy Batty from Blade Runner

Roy Batty from Blade Runner

Roy Batty (played by Rutger Hauer) is a replicant – an android – built for the sole purpose of fighting in places seen as too dangerous for humans, much like Pris, Zhora, and Rachael. Unfortunately for him, soldier replicants only have a four-year lifespan. It is this injustice that brings him back to Earth and pushes him to try any means necessary to extend his life. He’s one of sci-fi’s most enduring antiheroes and is almost more a fan favorite than the the movie’s hero, Deckard.

Roy’s costume is simple but pulling it off takes a little bit of work. There are two iconic parts to his look: his white blonde hair and the dove her carries. You can either bleach your hair or opt for a wig. And there are many prop doves on Amazon, one of which is listed above.

For the rest of his costume you will need a leather trench coat, grey t-shirt, black tactical pants, and  – as odd as it might sound – a pair of black and white sneakers. If you want to try and get some of the detailing on Roy’s coat you can use leather tubing and a hot glue gun to try and recreate the specific style.

It’s a simple costume with parts that can be repurposed for other cosplays. But it’s still a costume with an impact and a shelf life of a lot more than four years!

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V from Cyberpunk 2077

“V” is the name given to the player character in the upcoming CD Projekt Red RPG video game Cyberpunk 2077. It is based on the Cyberpunk 2020 tabletop game created by Mike Pondsmith. V is a mercenary living in Night City, a dystopian American megacity in the Free State of California. This guide is based off of the default V who appears in the E3 2019 trailer and cover art.

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Johnny Silverhand from Cyberpunk 2077

Johnny Silverhand is a central character throughout the tabletop game series Cyberpunk and a core character in the CD Projekt Red game Cyberpunk 2077, where he is portrayed by Keanu Reeves. Throughout the game, the player character V will be haunted by the “digital ghost” of Silverhand, and he will prove to be an important part of the game’s narrative.

The Witness from Love, Death, and Robots

The Witness from Love, Death, & Robots

In the third episode of LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS called “The Witness”, a woman who just gets off her shift at a strip club witnesses a brutal murder across from the hotel she’s staying at. When the murderer spots her, a game of cat-and-mouse begins through the streets of a surreal city. For the Witness’s makeup, apply makeup messily on your face and sparkly purple paint liberally on your arms.

Alita: Battle Angel

Alita: Battle Angel

In Alita: Battle Angel, Alita (Rosa Salazar) is a disembodied “core” who wakes up with no memory in a post-apocalyptic world. Dr. Ido finds her and gives her a new cybernetic body, turning her into a cyborg, and they soon discover her extraordinary past.

Mariette from Blade Runner 2049

Mariette from Blade Runner 2049

In Blade Runner 2049, Mariette (Mackenzie Davis) is a female Nexus-8 replicant who works as a prostitute. She catches the interest of Officer K one evening, and so his virtual companion Joi hires her to spend the night with K while Joi synchronizes herself to Mariette’s body. Turns out there’s more to Mariette.