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Two Dovahkiin are better than one!! :D
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Shot by Francesco Ambuchi [link]
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thanks to Gianluca Bini
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Please Note: This costume has been completed. This photo was removed from my shared account with my fiancee to feature here in my portfolio. I left the description the same as it was on the previous account. To see the finished costume, visit my shared account with my fiancee: *Piperonni

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Did a bit more water shaping today. Still have a ton of trimming and refining to do on most of the armor. Might redo where the buckle is as far as the under-skirt is concerned in order for the "butt-flap" to have proper placement. So far I am happy with where it is going.

After the body is complete, I'm going to work on the pants, then the boot covers, and finish off with the gauntlets. The mask will be completed along with the hooded cloak.

I'm going to try and make a sword in time for AWA. If not, then I have some scimitars that I can use. Eventually I would like to make the Nightingale bow.

Work done by myself.
Model is Pip
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Please Note: This costume has been completed. This photo was removed from my shared account with my fiancee to feature here in my portfolio. I left the description the same as it was on the previous account. To see the finished costume, visit my shared account with my fiancee: *Piperonni

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A furthered work in progress shot.

There are still many things that need to be fixed, tweaked, and altered. For example, the shirt needs to be taken in a bit to fit Pip more snugly. The pants will overall be tightened to accommodate boots and armor that will cover the thighs. The cloak needs to be hemmed, and the leather 'hood ornament' needs to be detailed and dyed. It's dark in the photo due to some minor/temporary wet-shaping I did, which needs to be redone. This should correct the hood's shape to give it more of a Nightingale look. I also know that a certain part of the armor appears to be awkward looking, and that is because an ornamental piece will be covering that area, so I've left room for that accommodation.

I'm overall happy with the progress that I am making. Currently this costume is sitting at 65%.

Cheers!

Work done by myself
Model is Pip
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Please Note: This costume has been completed. This photo was removed from my shared account with my fiancee to feature here in my portfolio. I left the description the same as it was on the previous account. To see the finished costume, visit my shared account with my fiancee: Piperonni

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EDIT: Wow! I just smacked my forehead. I cannot believe I did that. Two of the front panels are backwards. They should each be on the opposite's side. Fixing that right now. Next update, they will be where they should.

I've got about 10 or so days left until AWA. This is definitely a costume I never thought would get made, especially out of leather. Keeping my fingers crossed. I just hope the end product looks as fantastic as the progress.

All that's left is to dye the remaining pieces, finishing detailing a few pieces, add the embellishment in the stomach region (that blank area), finish the boots, finish the leg armor, adjust the hood, and try to complete a sword in time for the convention.

Wish me luck!

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Pip as model
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on stage
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this is a post-apocalyptic waste-lander style costume i made today for a concert im attending. i will add ammo belts and stuff later ill try to get a better pic up. i might make a pipboy and make this my fallout costume base.

total build time was 8 hours

jacket purchased and distressed
pants were dyed
shin guards were altered and painted
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Woohoo! I finally put up a picture of our Chrono Trigger group! It was actually taken on stage after our performance, which we did at Wai-Con in January 2012, in which our group won Best Skit! Hooray!

The Robo costume was actually started earlier in January, after initially joking that I would fill in the gap in their group by making a GIANT ROBOT. And... it actually worked out pretty well! It took a while to get this done though, and I ended up working pretty hard and stressing out, but so much thanks to the group for helping me do little things here and there. Specific thanks too to Lisa for drafting the legs, torso and speaker when I was too dead from stress to work my head around the shapes, and for also weathering the paint when I was at work and didn't have time to come over.

Robo is made out of a micture of craft foam (mostly yoga mats), hula hoops, cardboard and assorted bits and pieces of plastics and junk. The eyes are also made from LEDs and light up, which are pretty cool! The only bad thing about this robot was that it had limited movement, and also I wore it on a very, VERY hot day in summer, so it was kind of like... cosplaying in a portable sauna.

Still, it was heaps of fun cosplaying in this group, and I'll have more photos up soon!

The Chrono Trigger Crew (from left to right)
:iconyiji: as Robo
:iconrisachantag: as Ayla
:iconshastachan: as Lucca
:icondrayke: as Chrono
:iconrallamajoop: as Marle

Here's a close-up!


Special thanks to Rogue and Arrix for being our amazing Stage Ninjas and helping me achieve ROCKET PUNCH!

Photography by RedScarf [link]
Chrono Trigger (クロノ・トリガ) Square Enix
Costumes Respective Cosplayers
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