It's a Mad Dog MkII. I built it in about 20 hours, and it's about 80% technic and 20% system pieces. The model is scaled to be 12 m tall in relation to a 1.4m tall lego figure and has all points of articulation except the ankles (for various reasons). All weapons are visible; 2x LRM 15 in r/l torso, 2x Lg pulse lasers, one per arm, 4x medium pulse lasers, 1 per arm, 2 in the chin-turret. This design would have some overheating problems because of the additional two lasers, but the reduction to LRM15s from LRM20s would help at least a bit and improve longevity.
Unfortunately, the Mad Dog design is such that it cannot stand on its own because of weight distribution. This is Battletech's fault, not mine. It can crouch just fine next to its mechwarrior, though.
I intend to do a rebuild with better coloring and improvement on some parts of design, along with moving a few pieces and proportions around. Chances are I'll go for a Ghost Bear color scheme, mainly because CGB loves these things. The rebuild isn't happening for a while, though.
Lego copyright The Lego Company Mad Dog/Vulture & Battltech copyright someone who bought Wizkids
The exact model design is however created by me.
EDIT: Wanted to mention, I hit a brick wall (pun intended) when it came to the rocket/laser tips. I flat-out don't have enough of any color to do them all, so it came out as this awful blotchy pattern. It's better than no rockets, though.
Here we goes, we have this nice jedi outfit that we made for the comicon, we are selling it at the moment. The outfit is an perfect replica of Obiwan's jedi robe from the Episode 4. For the picture we had another Tunic , put an saber in his hand... Voila an larp wandering monk!
Like most people, I love the game Portal. For Fanime this year, my cosplay group Ninja of the Night decided to do a skit based on the game. It was a challenging skit but we did our best with what we had. We are very lucky (and even more surprised) that it has gained quite a lot of attention online and has been featured on G4's "Attack of the Show". You can view the skit here:
Larry! he was made for ~Aoi-Hikari-chan. I'm really glad I got to make an Ace Attorney character that's not Phoenix or Miles lol.
anyways, Larry was made using my 12" human pattern, but his hair add at least 3" to his height lol. He's made out of Deer suede, fleece and various cottons. His face is painted on, so is the green on his shirt. the lines on the shirt were drawn with a fine liner.
plush commission info (although currently full): [link]
This is the Sabriel costume I made for Halloween this year.
Sabriel is a character from the Garth Nix book series.
The picture quality isn't very good but you can see what I did overall.
I used a handmade stamp and fabric paint to stamp silver keys on the fabric before sewing it into a surcoat. I realize it dosen't look like a replica of the cover-art but I just went w/a pattern I liked, and I figured it may not be Sabriel specifically but it's definitely Abhorsen!
The details of the costume aren't finished (Bells and Bandoleer for instance) because my BF got really excited about me making him a (multi-layer) pirate costume so that has been semi-all-consuming. Plus its amazingly hard to find bells! who-da-thunk.
Costume Details: Upholstery weight blue fabric silver braided Wrights brand trim Simplicity Pattern: 4049 (slightly altered) silver fabric paint cardboard and art foam for stamp