a 6+ feet long carboniferous centipede it's my most well-played scene so far, the lepidodendron trunks are just curled and tape-secured prints of real lepidodendron trunk. i used two sheets of banana paper for the background, all the natural material is arranged on a sheet of wrapping paper, it consists of plants, pieces of bark, stones and sand. 50 by 50 cm sheet of double tissue foil, 25 cm long model
i'm aware that the mandibles are in wrong position, that the antennae should rather be between them, and i've reshaped the model to be more accurate, but i haven't got this scene any more (i had it like for half an hour...). i had to get a rid of it because my mum would kill me if she found out that i've brought trash from outside to my room, so the picture of the updated model won't be as cool...
I am very happy with this template - it actually stands, without the aid of the right fin! To make sure it wouldn't fall, I added some weight inside his feet. Not an easy build - thin arms, fins, small teeth and spikes - but a very fun one.
He looks amazing, watching from the top of a shelf ^^
As requested by a few people, here are the details of my costume designs for Ion from Trinity Blood. I'm not too sure if this will help though?
It's not exactly a step by step tutorial and I didn't keep records of everything because there were so many parts to making this costume. Many apologies;; It was 3 years since I made this costume. It didn't occur to me that people will ask me about this.
It took me months to dig around my sketches that I drew based off from the manga and novel arts. I had to replace missing sketches that I had lost from the years.
Along the way, I found some close up of the picture of my tiny white bag. I also have some photos on how I put tgt the hat. Which is mainly vanguard sheets with fabric sticked over it. I'm amused on how the hat and pictures both had survived.
Well... I think it's more convenient to put everything together than linking it off one by one? I'm too lazy to put them up part by parts. XD;