Master Udon from Spongebob Squarepants Costume for Cosplay & Halloween
Master Udon looks like the fish-version of legendary martial arts masters and is the dream for any aspiring karate enthusiast. That’s why it was so easy for him to trick Spongebob into going with him.
This masterful conman may have lots of creative tricks up his sleeves, but he’s still no match for Spongebob and the gang. Here’s everything you need to look like Master Udon.
How to Dress Like Master Udon
|1||Purple Tank Top||Peeking from underneath Master Udon’s martial arts robes is a purple shirt. To keep it cool, simple, and less bulky, opt for a sleeveless top with a dark purple color.|
|2||Orange Shaolin Robes||Master Udon wears an awesome Shaolin robe, perfect for wider and more fluid movements|
|3||orange liquid fabric dye||To get the bright orange color he prefers, dye this set of robes with orange liquid fabric dye.|
|4||Yellow Cloth||Master Udon prefers to showcase his karate prowess with a yellow belt tied around his waist. Use this yellow, cotton cloth as a good alternative and tie it several times around your own waist.|
|5||Fake Beard||To get Master Udon’s curly beard and goatee, use this fake warrior mustache as a base and customize it the way you want it to look.|
|6||Light Green Body Paint||Master Udon has a bright green skin color. To get a perfect match, use a light green body paint to color your body.|
|7||Black Paper||Use hard black paper to draw Master Udon’s crazy big eyebrows. Cut a pair and stick it on your forehead.|
|8||Green Lipstick||Get Master Udon’s quirky lip color with a fun, green lipstick.|
About Master Udon
Master Udon was portrayed as a martial arts master in the series, and he was actually voiced by the legendary Pat Morita. Pat Morita is famous for his role as the karate master, Mr. Miyagi in Karate Kid and as the voice of the Emperor in Mulan.
Master Udon’s name, as well, is of Asian origin. Udon is actually a type noodle in Japan and is made up of wheat flour. These thick noodles are usually found in a soup; which is where Sandy’s line “You’re in the soup now, Udon!” comes from.