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Bren Lin, Jedi Knight by Verdaera Bren Lin, Jedi Knight by Verdaera
**Note: THIS IS NOT COSPLAY. This is a Science Fiction costume.**

This is my previously posted Jedi costume, now with Zabrak Horns and Facial Tattoos! The horns I had custom ordered from Aradani Studios and painted myself. The facial tattoo ink is from Reel Creations. Make-up isn't my specialty so I did the best I could in applying both. I also did the lightsaber blade in photoshop (still practicing with that)
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This is a really great Zabrak! My sister dressed up using these horns last weekend at Connooga and we did the exact same thing to create the tribal lines on her face! The fabrics look really nice and the belt is awesome. Did you make the belt yourself?

I would love to see some action photos in this costume. The costume is great, but having some outdoor shots with Jedi poses would really add to the impact of the costume.

Also with the Old Republic out, I really like seeing some small intricate details in Jedi costumes. Maybe a robe with techno stripes or a piece or two of armor could really make this costume yours.
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I definitely agree with *WannabeSpiderMan that your attention to the fabric details was lovely. The clothing just looks great, very authentic. Is that a linen? Outstanding.

I think you also did a great job on the horns and rite of passage tattoos. The only suggestion I could offer is that you might consider applying a makeup foundation in a slightly different color since their skin tone can vary quite a lot from ours. It wouldn't be too hard to do something subtle (peachy white, perhaps, as that is one of their color variations) and since you'd be applying it all over it wouldn't be too hard, just time-consuming. If you didn't want to hassle with your hands and other exposed areas, you could always wear gloves or gauntlets.

You could also alter your hair color slightly, although I think just a slight change to the skin tone would be enough. I use Ben Nye's water soluble hair dyes and then brush them in with an old toothbrush. It works great.

And also - I thought your Photoshop work on the lightsaber was GREAT! I wouldn't have known if you hadn't told me. Great job.

Overall - really, really good. I look forward to seeing more of your costumes.

(And sorry for the repeat, clicked the wrong link. Oops. )
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TheRaptorSquad Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2013
very nice jedi costume too bad your not a darksider or we would make a good team slaughtering all the jedis muahah!
AlexSkullUterna Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2014
I like.
thephilipvictor Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
You look Awesome!
Nice one
Verdaera Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Aww, thanks so much :D
thephilipvictor Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
No Prob!

BTW: I'm Philip, nice to meet ya
L3g3ndQ Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You do such amazing work!!!
Branedeadzero Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2012
OH that is so cool. Zabrak are my 2nd favorite race is the Star Wars Universe.
Feena-c Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Gonna have to get me some of those horns. Zabraks are my favorite SW species.

Turned out really well, I love the belt.
Mandogirl Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2012
really good job.
DanielJDragonflame Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2012
That is fantastic!
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