A comic con fan took dressing up to a new height by building a ten feet-tall robot costume from scraps.
Mouths gaped and heads turned when Jay Wynn rocked up to Gloucester’s first Comic Con in his gigantic recycled masterpiece.
It took the 35-year-old from Gloucester two months to make and was made entirely from scrap cardboard, foam and spray paint.
He built his masterpiece on the cheap, sourcing his materials from local supermarkets and the Gloucester Resource Centre.
Standing at a whopping three metres tall, Jay’s upcycled outfit involves wooden stilts which quite literally made him stand out from the crowd.
Jay, a support worker, said: “I was taking attention away from the guests that had been invited to attend comic con!
“I’m a very creative person, I lack at other things but this is my talent.