An incredibly creative cosplayer has given her unique spin on One Piece's Chopper, transforming into the beloved reindeer with an adorable costume that will be sure to melt hearts.
One Piece is one of the most popular and long-running properties in Japan. The adventurous swashbuckling tale centers on Monkey D. Luffy, whose dream is to become the Pirate King and have ultimate freedom on the seas.
A talented cosplayer has brought one of the protagonists from the Straw Hat crew to life with her unique take on Chopper, and it is one of the best things you will see all day.
Adorable cosplay brings One Piece's Chopper to life
In the epic adventure, Tony Tony Chopper is the doctor of the Straw Hat Pirates. After eating the Hito Hito no Mi devil fruit, the cute little animal is able to transform into a human-hybrid.
Cosplayer Ivy 'tokidoki_cosplay' shared her adorable take on the beloved character with a unique spin. The artist became the reindeer, by recreating his signature blue hat which has a red and white medical cross on it, as her antlers poke out beneath it.
The One Piece fan collaborated with photographer Sean 'vitalz_coztography' who captured her striking a pose as the pirate. Wearing fur antler gloves that extend to her arms, she ties the whole creation together perfectly.
Ivy shared more pictures of her impressive outfit on social media, giving us a better look at how much detail went into her creation. She even colored her face to match his iconic blue nose.
Using a yellow and white striped sleeveless crop top, the talented artist gave an insanely creative modern twist to the anime character. We also see this with her orange skirt, which recreates the reindeer's color palette.
Tokidoki Cosplay has amassed over 12.1k followers on her social media account, impressing fans with her accurate anime costumes. She's also dressed up as other members of the pirate adventures cast such as Portgas D. Ace.
One Piece originally debuted in 1997 as a manga in the iconic Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. It found worldwide success with its anime adaptation by Toei Animation that released in 1999.
Series creator Eiichiro Oda recently announced that he's collaborating with Netflix to bring a live action version to the streaming service. Fans that want to catch up on the anime can watch it on Crunchyroll and Funimation.