Team SA created an incredibly mobile Reinhardt, choosing the weathered, mossy Greifhardt skin. They used textured model railway moss to add dimension and life to Reinhardt and his three metre hammer.
Henchwench (Team Captain)
Clare got her start in making props and costume at Weta Workshop as a teenager, and has been cosplaying ever since. She has a degree in costume, but feels she learned more from YouTube, and was the 2016 winner of the Australian Championships of Cosplay. Working with her partner, Scrap Shop Props, the two have forged a career together making props and costumes, primarily for games companies. She plays Pharah/Symmetra most, but identifies more with Mei, because science is awesome.
Scrap Shop Props
Oarin has only been cosplaying since 2015, but in that short time he has done much - winning competitions and moving on to make prop and costume making his full-time career. His knack for bringing in game objects to life has seen him building props for some of the biggest gaming companies on the planet (Including Blizzard's own Starcraft 20th anniversary), as well as working on several game launch events and convention booth appearances. While he secretly plays too much Widowmaker, he's truly a Reinhardt at heart!
Piltover City Customs
Tim has been cosplaying since 2013, and in that time has gathered ten cosplay prizes before moving to the judges table. His cosplays have been used at events across the country, including several game launches and esports events. While he’s a Pharah main, he identifies most with the grumpy dad, Soldier 76.