DIGI DEMON

Another showpiece Digileg character, our lifelike Demon will tower over trembling onlookers!

Highly detailed and completely custom made in our workshops, the Demon’s ungula hooves are built around the company’s sensational Digilegs technology. It has resin horns, a realistic foam latex skin. The overall effect is truly devilish and diabolical…

This fantasy creature is a regular at Jonathon Ross’s famed annual Halloween bash!

But the Demon does not travel alone; the character’s specs mean it needs a suitable dressing room to apply the costume. For best effect we recommend this character is booked alongside one or two of our Digileg fauns – perfect for any fantasy event.

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