Costume description: While we didn\'t keep an accurate count of how long we spent on this costume, Emmy and I spent well over 100 hours on it.
was responsible for the patterning, heat forming, and base foam work when putting the armor together. She patterned each piece by hand, created the piece out of foam, and attached it all together to get it as form fitting as possible on me. She also did the wiring for the LED\'s in the backpack.
was responsible for all of the detailing on the costume. This includes all dremel work, sealing the foam, craft foam details, painting, weathering, harnessing, etc.
We both have such different skill sets that this really was an ideal project for us to not only learn, but also utilize those skills to produce something above and beyond what we could have done individually. I\'m forever grateful to Emmy for being willing to help me tackle such a large project, and it wouldn\'t have been half as good as it is without her assistance.
I was experimenting with Flash like I've been doing for the past two weeks but this time I decided to actually post the result.
I tried to make it look really windy, dunno if I succeeded, but it was all very fun. Isn't she cute? <3. Yes she is. Her name is Aliya, she was made up in the spur of the moment but I'm going to keep her now that I've named her. She kind of looks like she's having an epileptic fit in the preview...
All layers were drawn in SAI Approximately 1 hour 30 minutes to draw and another 30 to put together in Flash. Flash CS5.5 19 layers 107 frames all together
Re-uploading some previously deleted work and a DD.
Poster for a past Star Wars gallery show. Planned on doing a big action scene, but instead went with this. If you don't get the joke, it's a cross-over between Samuel L. Jackson's character Mace Windu (Star Wars) and Jules Winnfield (Pulp Fiction).
The poster is a mix between this scene, and Mace Windu's fight with Palpatine where he nearly kills the Sith Lord. Anyways, I like to imagine this is how that scene played out like and ended.