General Grievous cosplay by Sebvirartz. WIP

Discussion in 'Star Wars Costumes and Props' started by SebvirartZ, Apr 18, 2015.

  1. SebvirartZ

    SebvirartZ New Member

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    So. My all time favorite character ever, and I have a few (including Sarah Kerrigan, Maleficant, Godzilla, Otachi, Slattern, Lara Croft, Darth Revan and more), is the one and only Kaleesh warrior: Qymaen Jai Sheelal. Also known as General Grievous.

    I started with the neck piece, then moving up toward the head. I will soon start on the shoulders and hopefully the arms soon as well.
    And I am currently looking for solutions to make the translucent organ cage he has before I can start connecting all the pieces.
    I'm still trying to figure out how to make it all hold together to prevent it from breaking.
    A few months ago, I started this project as a side project, so progress will be slow. But I hope it might become appreciated! 10308377_1558484051034850_6940043025419756869_n.jpg
  2. SebvirartZ

    SebvirartZ New Member

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    Forgot to add this. This is about how far I've come. The head can move up and down as well as tilt and turn. However, I'm concidering removing this feature to prevent it from breaking in the future. But we'll see what happens. I'm also concidering adding some speakers and download some soundboards, to use as an extra feature. Or maybe try to get a voice changer for myself and speak through that.

    Now you may wonder how I'm gonna fit in it. The answer is simple. I'm not.I'm going to makeme fit in the cape behind, and control the arms through sticks. I hope that might work.
    I'm on a tight budget so I'll have to come up with cheapest, most effective way possible.
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  3. n0regret5

    n0regret5 Well-Known Member

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    I've seen something similar on YouTube a few years back and always wanted to attempt something myself. Keeping an eye on this!
  4. mugatu

    mugatu Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    I saw this too and it was the most incredible cosplay I've seen pulled off successfully. A lot of engineering is gonna go into this, but you have my undivided attention. Can't wait to see the progress.

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