The Witcher Series Costume Designer Releases Tons of Costume Shots

The Witcher Series Costume Designer Releases Tons of Costume Shots

The Witcher series costume designer Tim Aslam has blessed us with a huge gallery of the various costumes from its eight-episode run.

The Witcher Netflix series immerses viewers in its fantasy world, a huge part thanks to the incredible works of costume designer Tim Aslam. And as a bonus, he’s uploaded tons of galleries on his own official website showcasing these gorgeous pieces for fans to enjoy. And when I say tons, I mean way more than what you think.

Check out the huge gallery below to see a small sample of on-set and displayed costumes (the rest the galleries featured on his page):

The Witcher is one of the most popular releases of 2019 and has garnered plenty of attention from fans. And just a couple days ago Henry Cavill, the actor who plays Geralt of Rivia, confirmed on his Instagram that season two will be in pre-production soon.

Recently showrunner Hissrich addressed some criticisms of The Witcher in an extensive and informative Twitter thread about the creative process and how certain decisions are made when adapting any sort of media.

She also announced a brand new podcast series, which gives fans a behind the scenes look at the production and crew responsible for making the show. Said podcast has made its debut through Netflix’s Behind-the-Scenes podcast series, with the first episode specifically gives us more insight into how the show approached bringing its the series’ iconic protagonist, Geralt of Rivia, to life on the small screen.

Henry Cavil, the actor who plays as main protagonist Geralt, loves The Witcher universe and strives to deliver the best possible performance. In a recent interview he explained that in terms of his involvement with the show, it was important for him to stay as “true to the lore as possible” for the role of Geralt and that “it was about bringing my love for the character to the show, as a fan.” He specifically had wanted the show to incorporate more of Geralt’s signs in order to highlight his abilities as a witcher and that “the audience must know he can do these things.”

It seems the series’s launch has had a positive affect on the games. Earlier this month it caused a large resurgence in The Witcher 3′s player count — which hit over 100,000 concurrent players on Steam, more players than during its launch.

Be sure to check out our own review for the Netflix series The Witcher here.