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Imperial Commando
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Custom paint '7K'
Concave Blaster mark on the forehead,black center line,kill stripes in the right ear section,heavy damaged paint, old era Imperial logo in the left ear section.
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As seen in episode III of star wars

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Wow! A Daily deviation! I am very honored to finally get my first DD and I am glad you like it!

This was a commission for a good friend of mine. It was a collaboration between myself and another talented guy (Jason Rucci)
I created the mask, dreadlocks w/beads, the fur suit, and feet, as well as all the leatherwork.
Jason created the shoulder armor and ammo boxes.

Marcus is the guy under the mask. He is 6'10" but with his big shoes he tops out at 7'6"

Thank you for all your kind comments.

You can keep up to date with my current projects on my Facebook page: [link]
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Jaina in her X-Wing gear was always the first outfit of hers I wanted to make, but it ended up being one of the last just because it was so detailed and costly. Even though I've had this outfit for about two years, I hadn't had any really great environment shots like I've done with my other outfits (i.e. Slave Leia)...until now! My boyfriend finally got me over to this great location so we could have some awesome pilot photos taken by a really great friend of ours. And I think the one pic we've gotten back so far is pretty awesome!

It was super windy, I wore a wig...which looked fantastic until it met the wind >.> and we created quite a scene amongst all the families who were there for some casual hiking.

Saber hilt custom made by RandomSabers

CG blade created by Jinyo

Location: Vasquez Rocks, North of LA
Pic by Jason of i360.com
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The helmet template was purchased from [link]

This is a pepakura base hardened with fiberglass resin. It is not completed yet.
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STAR WARS
This set of sandtrooper armor was custom built using a Rubie's Stormtrooper costume as the base. The helmet is a limited 500 piece EFX Sandtrooper helmet that I modified, changed the lenses to Dark green movie accurate lenses and added a voice amplifier and speakers in it. I also modified and painted it to match the rest of my armor. Later the belt and shoulder straps were replaced with canvas straps. The entire snap, buckle, and close system was built up by myself. Certain elements of the armor that are unique to sandtroopers were sculpted by myself in order to modify this from stormtrooper armor. Boots where purchased from Caboots.com. Additionally, leather ammo pouches and shoulder pauldrons were purchased from dealers online and then painted/weathered by me. This is several different coats of various desert earthy colors applied with brushes, sponges, tissues, etc.

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I first sculpted this helmet years ago. It is based on the helmet from Star Wars Republic Commando the videogame.
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Model, Design, Props, Armour: Myself
Sewing: Lindsay Hamilton, Christa Wood
Photography: Matt Nicholson [link]

Another big shout out to the guys who inspired me and first envisioned a steampunk Boba Fett:
Sillof :iconsillof: and [link]
Bjorn Hurri [link]

You guys rock!
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Our SWTOR H4 Group on Celebration Europe II - Essen/2013

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Having worn the "metal bikini" for 5 or so years now, I've pretty much gotten my fill of wearing it...but I've always wanted an opportunity to get studio quality shots of my Slave Leia before hanging it up for good. And finally after a year or so I was able to schedule something with my friend and photographer Britt Dietz. I'm very thrilled with the results :)

And YES, I'm well aware I don't have the chain collar on. This was a conscious decision as previous shots with the collar and chain proved to be creating odd shadows on my face and body.


Photographer: Britt Dietz of Moments Capture Photograhy

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Bikini kit by Mike Schiffbauer of Dragonfyre Designs

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Vibro Ax on loan from Eliot Sirota
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