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!!!
I really wish that I'd taken the time to braid my hair instead of using my Leia braid. I was just so exhausted from staying up all night, trooping earlier that morning, and then being in a 90 degree attic for the shoot.
Character: Jaina Solo from the Star Wars Expanded Universe model: Me photographer: Bill Hicks (AlterEgo Portraits)
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!!!
This is the first of and incoming series of images focusing on Star Wars Old Republic and Mass Effect games, from a photoshoot with Shanoa Nebulaluben and Erikku-kun. Hope you like it and stay tuned for more!
Model and cosplay: Photo and digital edition: me All rights reserved
thanks a lot to everyone who faved and commented it, a special one to ScENeYmE for the feat... a big my friends (i've just broke my right wirst so i have some little problem with next images... ) anyway THANK YOU ALL!!!
Staraya demonstrates her amazing costuming skills. You can find all of her work at her page! [link]
Putting together this costume took no small amount of effort on this woman's part, let me tell you! My girlfriend and I managed to squeeze into a photoshoot whilst attending the MCM Expo in London on the last weekend of May. This is a scanned version of the picture which we took home afterwards, which I've spruced up in Photoshop CS2.
The original photo was taken by Magic Bean Studios, and can be found on their Facebook page: [link]
I'd also recommend checking out their website! [link]
They're great people, and were kind enough to permit us to tweak and share these on here.