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Ahsoka Tano (Mandalorian build)

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 30, 2021 4:47 pm    Post subject: Ahsoka Tano (Mandalorian build) Reply with quote

Hi first time poster, long time lurker. By some grace of whatever, I've manged to do something productive? I don't know if I'll qualify or if I'm even in the right direction for joining. But you know never know if you don't try.

These are my fabrics that I choose. Bare with me, I couldn't find anything that reflected the pattern, so I chose texture of the pants to focus on.

And then spend many hours contemplating death over hand stamping the fabric.

And then with some time I decided I needed something that didn't contain the fabric of my nightmares.So I started on the top.

Still plagued with nightmares over the pants, I moved onto the cape. Capes are fun despite what Edna Mode says. It's like a blanket you can wear and almost be socially accepted in.

Now by the time we rolled around to the gloves, then I started feeling like I could actually at the pants fabric again. Excuse my hands, I haven't seen the sun in over a year at this point due to Covid.


See? It wasn't that bad to hand draft the pattern on these pants. They're very comfy by the way.

I understood where they were going with these arm sleeves things were going. I did. I just didn't expect to accidentally grown biceps during the process and needless to say these were redone because that's what happens when you get arm muscles with a bonus 3" of muscle.

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So there she is for the time being. Mostly done-ish. I have the armor I still need to paint, but she's in line after my Jane Foster 1/4 scale model I'm printing atm. I also have to tackle the headband still.
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 31, 2021 4:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Welcome and nice progress on this. Smile I'm not super familiar with the costume, but the construction looks good.
And hey; even if you don't make it on your first try, you can always make alterations and try again. Wink Most of us have done that at least once. Razz

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