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My custom Cubeecraft cutout template of Jango Fett from Star Wars.


More of my Star Wars fan art Cubee Templates to print out and make can be found here [link]
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--- The Steampunk World's Fair 2010 ---

Characters: Steampunk Star Wars characters ~

Chewbacca, Mara Jade, Imperial Storm Trooper, Darth Vader, Boba Fett, Princess Leia

Models/Costuming: Our company ~ Outland Armour

Photography: Flickr.com/amylikestodraw

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This is the newest version of my Leia costume. I have not had the chance to do a proper individual shoot with her yet, but I hope you like these group pics!
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My 23rd costume.
A dark version of Princess Leia Organa in Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope.
It's exactly the dress Leia wears in ANH - but in shades of black and grey...

Photo taken at Star Wars Day in Legoland Germany with fellow 501st girls.
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**Note: THIS IS NOT COSPLAY. This is a Science Fiction costume.**

This is my previously posted Jedi costume, now with Zabrak Horns and Facial Tattoos! The horns I had custom ordered from Aradani Studios and painted myself. The facial tattoo ink is from Reel Creations. Make-up isn't my specialty so I did the best I could in applying both. I also did the lightsaber blade in photoshop (still practicing with that)
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Arya Visz OC...I know that Mirialans are normally yellow or green skinned but she was born with blue skin...a mutation, if you will and I like being different :D

Name: Arya Visz
Age: 21
Gender: Female
Species: Mirialan

Height: 175cm (5'9")
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Geen.
Skin Tone: Blue, due to a mutation.

Class: Bounty Hunter

Apparel: Arya Visz wears a orange colored tank top under a brown sleeveless vest and grey pants, she wears a bandanna that is the same color as her tank top on top of her head with goggles over it.

Psychical Description: She is an attractive young woman with a slender yet toned build. She has black tattoos on her face, which is typical for her race.

Possessions: She carries two blasters holstered on her belt. Arya carries an electronic lock breaker.

Personality: She was regarded as a joker, despite being a lethal opponent, being particularly accurate with blaster pistols and starfighter-grade weaponry. According to Kestra, Arya was only truly happy when she was manning the guns of her starship or an airspeeder. She was known for having a short temper, often having to be pulled out of cantina fights. Arya was described as observant, using what she noticed as fodder for her witty remarks, sly comments, or jokes. She was generally cheerful and light-hearted, even in the face of opposition or boredom. She also has a fiery, short temper.

Biography: Arya Visz is a Mirialan bounty hunter, she is a close friend of Katra Vernius and is one of the few outsiders who she trusts with her life.

Done for me by :iconjohnbecaro: who is amazing :D
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So I "finished" this costume for Alt*Con back in April, all in a three-day sprint because I apparently had some kind of lapse in sanity, lol.  I knew there was some stuff I wanted to fix, and since Rebels isn't even airing until this fall I've had to remake a few bits and change the paint job as more details get released.  It's not even the same costume at this point.  Still, I have no regrets!  It's a blast to wear and Sabine looks to be an awesome character (I identify with her on a deep level since she has colorful hair and is all covered in paint splatters. ;) )  Looks like I even have a shot at getting this approved for the Rebel Legion and the Mandalorian Mercs!

Armor and helmet were made from Sintra, guns and paint sprayer are made from pink insulation board and many MANY hours of gesso-ing and sanding, clothes were frankensteined from a few lucky thrift store finds, wig is an Arda Magnum in dark blue with fire orange wefts added.


Many thanks to Emerald Coast Cosplay for snapping some pics with me!  emeraldcoastcosplay.com/
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Join the Empire!
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These are costumes I made for Star Wars Celebration 5 in Orlando, FL.
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I've always been on the fence about this Leia costume. It's lovely and so delicately detailed without going overboard. It's the epitome of early 80s fashion and color palette. But all that embroidery.

So I finally tackled it. I made a promise to a friend who makes an excellent Lando (search Bitches and Pancakes on YouTube) and got it done in time for Celebration IV.

Materials List:
5 yards silk twill in rust
7 yards 54" wide silk chiffon in ivory
20 spools of silk embroidery floss in various colors
3 spools Kreinik braid size #32 in copper
Dyable flats

A lovely costumer in Atlanta was kind enough to send me the embroidery pattern she used (thank you Brandi!) and from there it was print, resize and reprint until I had the scale right. I am a number of inches taller than Brandi, so adjusting her pattern was a necessity. I changed and added a few details that were recently discovered thanks to high res photographs.

I did a test run of the embroidery on some costume chiffon for a pair of wrap pants for a one-off costume idea. It went well, so off I went!

I thought ahead and color coded my pattern tracing. The pattern was taped to a large piece of foam core and I pinned the silk chiffon to the board and traced the pattern. Each floss color got its own pencil color. This saved me a ton of time referring back to the photos later. I could just set up Netflix Instant Watch (MacGuyver and Star Trek!) and go to town.

Anyway, I won't bore you with all those details and get down to it. Over 350 hours embroidering, another however many sewing and I was good to go!

I did learn that after I finished the embroidery, hand washed the silk to remove the pencil marks, I could use a spray set while ironing and it smoothed everything out so beautifully.

There are a few little fiddly bits I would change given the motivation, but as Halloween has just passed and I'm getting over a crud, I think I'll wait a little bit.

Photos taken by the always charming Trent Thornton.

Edited to add: I stuck this under Stage and Screen because I truly dislike being called a Cosplayer.
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This was created in anticipation for the new Star Wars Episode VII movie coming out in 2015. My wife and I are the models for this one. I created the clothing using a cloth texture and the spikes on my character were created from some pictures I took of some lobsters we had for dinner.

To see the original photo and close up shots, you can go to www.zachbush.com
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