Post by Jedimom/Cor-Al Gelkar on Dec 28, 2012 19:54:16 GMT -5
SLowly working on my Jedi general armor - a friend of mine is getting a 3D printer and is helping me. I hope to have it ready by C7 at the very latest - and hopefully a lot sooner than that
BUT - what is worn underneath the armor? It is not the regular tunic.
Looking at Obi-wan Clone Wars photos - it is a black body suit or UnderArmor - and the tunic over it is more a long vest style -- knee length -- with a pointed tabbard. But does the tabbard hang from the belt? Or how does it attach?
Any hints or anyone willing to sew me one for commission?
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Post by Leda EmBorr on Dec 29, 2012 8:33:14 GMT -5
yeah, here's the work in progress... armor hadn't been completed yet (in fact he made new because he didn't like the way this set turned out) but you can see the tabard and the way the tunic is made. It doesn't cross in front and the armholes are like a V to the waist.... also in that second pic you can see the detail in the undersuit.
Post by Ky-Wan Zann on Jan 3, 2013 17:45:17 GMT -5
Because mine is a custom I don't do the clone body glove. I wear a sleeveless tight turtleneck, standard jedi pants with suspenders and stirups for supprt and to keep them from being a pain in the boot Then a long sleeved but fitting cross V tunic and over that a pull over with a v neck and shoulder covers that is all secured by a obi/sash and the belt. The sash has the bottom tabs sewn to it, it's based off of Plo Koons from clone wars but not a copy.
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Post by Ani-Chay Pinn on Jan 21, 2013 21:38:11 GMT -5
One thing I noticed when I was looking for pics for Master Sinube. Always use pictures with the characters in the foreground. Even a main character will be a bit simplified if they are in the background. I assume this saves processing time for the cartoon.