Singer/Desato Battlestar Galactica

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Sc0tty

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I've seen pre-production images of the cylons and ships etc but was there any images posted on how the uniforms would look ?
 

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reaper63

Sr Member
my understanding was costumes were going to be the same as the original series. same with the lasers.
 

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Noeland

Sr Member
Those gun sketches look to be based on a Beretta 92. They look kind of unBSG like to me. Probably cylon.
 

Borjis

Well-Known Member
how in the world would you put that helm on?

I too am fond of the Galactica '80 daggit squadron helms.
 

lmgill

Sr Member
The helmet would split in 2 pieces, or the collar would be a separate soft piece.
The guns on our art page were done for Mystery Men
The mission patches- Nutty Professor
The red helmet- Firefly
 

Captain April

Sr Member
No visor on this helmet? I never bought into the energy field visor idea from the original Galactica Viper helmets, what if you lost power or your battery runs out! I like the uniform but you had better be in shape to wear it.
 
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Noeland

Sr Member
The guns on our art page were done for Mystery Men The mission patches- Nutty Professor
The red helmet- Firefly
I remember those guns now! In the alley, the guns that Blue Raja chops in half with his mind! :lol

And, the red helmet, Early I think?

Nice work!!
 

Captain April

Sr Member
It's too bad they didn't get any further into the development of the design, it would have been interesting to see how the mechanics of the helmet would have worked.
 

lmgill

Sr Member
It's too bad they didn't get any further into the development of the design, it would have been interesting to see how the mechanics of the helmet would have worked.
Well, we have the sculpture. If anyone in LA wants to put in the labor, we will supply materials and guidance, in trade; you get a copy of the finished helmet.
 
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