My Mandalorian Flightsuit for underneath my armor. I just didn't hem the pantlegs because I don't have the boots yet and I don't know the height. I want a flat, but I'm having a hard time finding anything.
This flightsuit is a two-piece which I figure would be more practical than a onepiece with a vest and armor on top of it all. The waistband on the bodice is made in a way to hide the snaps attaching it to the pants. I had to do the bodice a number of times because I'm not good with sleeves yet so I had issues not being able to move in it. It's made out of "Platinum" colored stretch twill.
*Walked into the Star Wars Wedding with my costume on "Woah look at that guy!" *Takes of helmet and manages to pull off the "because you're worth it" hair swoosh "Woah it's a girl!"
Lol. I know this isn't the most flattering picture of me, but still. It was fun
This is my Custom Mandalorian Bounty Hunter Cosplay I made. Made out of cardboard, spackle, fabric, hot glue, paint, modded plexiglass, rope, model magic, and a black unitard (I bought the unitard). The flamethrower really lights up! Modded that from a dollar store candle.
It is my own character, who was stranded on a dinosaur planet and modded her armor after the Allosaurus-like creatures there. The blue markings represent the crest of the beast, painted on with its blood >
I am a fan of the Star Wars Expanded Universe. I am also a part of the Star Wars Expanded Universe. I love how that works out.
Photo/costume change marathon; With my friend Nathaniel Fremont behind the lens, together we shot each these costumes, one after the other, today, in my backyard, even as the weather turned. (Note the rain drops on some of the suits.)
Pictured; Imperial Knight Ganner Krieg DURGE Darth Bane The Clone Emperor Prince Xizor
It has been a long, wonderful, learning experience. And I intend to go much further.