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A mandalorian on Coruscant.

Model: Jaro Krieg
Costume: Jaro Krieg
Photo by me.
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Erikku-kun as a Sith Pureblood.
This design is based on Vindican's design from Star Wars The Old Republic.
The costume has been made by us and the lightsaber is entirely made from rush by Erikku-kun taking as a reference Darth Nihl's saber.

Photo: Jesús Clares [link]



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Myself as Satele Shan from Star Wars: The Old Republic.
As every year, I made a Star Wars costume!!! Yay!!.
Thanks to our friend Obi for lending us his almost broken double blue lightsaber. And thanks to Erikku-kun for fixing it!!!

Photo:iconhidrico: Thanks for this wonderful editing!! *__*



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Jim Mossey as Commander Bly and Stacie Hanson as Aayla Secura
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Star Wars Republic Commando
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Myself as Satele Shan from Star Wars: The Old Republic.
As every year, I made a Star Wars costume!!! Yay!!.
I really like the Star Wars TOR trailers and I'm looking forward to playing this game.
I think Satele's got a wonderful design and I've been lucky to find a fabric that looks pretty similar to the original one. The day I found it, the day I began sewing.
I must say I made this costume on july, but, due to another proyects, I finished making the accesories weeks ago.
I HOPE you like it! ^^
Thanks to our friend Obi for lending us his almost broken double blue lightsaber. And thanks to Erikku-kun for fixing it!!!

Photo: Jesús Clares [link] I cannot describe with words what I feel about this shot. So I'll only say *___*



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Our mandalorian group here were I live, and my oldest friends.
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Myself as Satele Shan from Star Wars: The Old Republic.
As every year, I made a Star Wars costume!!! Yay!!.
I really like the Star Wars TOR trailers and I'm looking forward to playing this game.
I think Satele's got a wonderful design and I've been lucky to find a fabric that looks pretty similar to the original one. The day I found it, the day I began sewing.
I must say I made this costume on july, but, due to another proyects, I finished making the accesories weeks ago.
I HOPE you like it! ^^
Thanks to our friend Obi for lending us his almost broken double blue lightsaber. And thanks to Erikku-kun for fixing it!!!

Photo: Jesús Clares [link]



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most recent pic of me in my Fett outfit. Picture taken with a timer. Lighting effects created in PhotoShop CS2.
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Photo by Bryan Humphries
Leathers: Twisted World
Saber, Armor, Wig and etc: Myself and :iconvisionsofzen:

Celebration 6, 2012

As soon as I saw the HOPE trailer for Star Wars: The Old Republic Video game, I KNEW that I had to do this costume. I dragged out my Star Wars lore, books, and encyclopedia's and began to research. When the game came out I played, played, played.

Love this costume and character. One of the things that was very important was getting the pattern correct in the tunic. Upon closer inspection, one can see that the pattern is very specific, and her costume- leather. So :iconvisionsofzen: and I began searching on how to make it happen.

Though we wanted to make the pattern ourselves, economically we knew that ordering custom tanned leather wouldn't be feasible in the small amounts that we would need.

Friends led us to Twisted World, an amazing company who has been in the Renaissance World under the name of Sons of Sandlar for generations. They had experience in leather patterning, and so we commissioned them to make the tunic and boots.

With the help of Ed W. - we 3D printed the buckles, and Saber parts, and then cast molds of them to make the pieces to go on the costume.

The saber was a plain dual end saber that I bought and modified.

Wig was cut, styled by me :)

The armor pieces were sculpted, molded and created by my loving other half. :)
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