Vade's cape

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  1. Qrest Fourstar

    Qrest Fourstar Sr Member

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    What shape is Vader's cape? Is it a big rectangle or triangle? Could someone give me dimensions?
     
  2. Qui-Gonzalez

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    From some of the pics of crafters I have seen, it is a big 1/2-3/4 circle.
     
  3. CTF

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  4. GeneralMayhem

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    Thanks for pointing out that site. I've been thinking of adding Vader soft parts to my line of products. This was a good start to seeing what the actual shapes are.


    ~ GM
     
  5. Dark Shadow

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    Gino knows the exact specs but he is so darn secretive with giving out information. I dont know what his problem is. :confused
     
  6. GeneralMayhem

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    Being a professional costumer, I can understand how some costumers want to keep the information they've gathered to themselves. Still, it makes it difficult for people like me to fill the void when suppliers stop making certain items for fans and items of quality become scarce. The key is to get a little info here and there, and eventually gather enough to produce an item that meets the authenticity standards of fans and collectors like us.


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  7. Darth Kahnt

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    I have found Gino to be fair with his giving of information. That's just my opinion.

    Thanks for the link to that site. Great reference.
     
  8. SHalamar

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    Thats pretty much the pattern I'm using for my costume. Almost about to sew the wool to the satin.

    I believe though that in the movies, Vaders Cape was made from one or two VERY large peices of fabric.
     
  9. CTF

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    I have to agree, Gino isn't bad like that, just shoot him a PM and he's good with info.

    Anyone can get the specs for the Vader capes as it's just trial and error - no way he or anyone else (except maybe DJ) had access to original capes. :)
     
  10. GeneralMayhem

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    Yes, but I'm also considering making the quilted suits as well.
     
  11. GINO

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    I've had access to original vader stuff including the capes.

    I don't mind pointing in the right direction, but some specific things I'd prefer not to be public. I'm usually more comfortable when it comes to sensitive info with either close friends or people I'm actively working on a project with. Hope you understand.
    Either way, it's my nightmare that I'd contribute info that would lead to a mass produced item for the costumed masses. Just not my bag.
     
  12. SHalamar

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    I ended up with a (almost) 3/4 cape. Wool Gaberdine, lined with Satin. Well, when its done. :)

    As for the quilted suits, My wife made that for me. It may not be perfectly accurate. But they'll look really good regardless. I've learned that 100% accuracy when it comes to Vader is not attainable.
     
  13. Jack Bauer

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    <div class='quotetop'>(Dark Shadow @ May 30 2006, 04:40 PM) [snapback]1253338[/snapback]</div>

    Not to worry. Exact measurments from LFL are being collected by a team of some ambitious researchers. I give it a few months and they plan on posting everywhere and making LFL Vader specs public knowledge. I've talked to a couple of the guys and they are sick of how secretive "vader creators" are. These guys have had their hands on about 3 or 4 different LFL suits, including a tour costume or two. I think they are comparing and compiling the info. Not sure 100% how it works.

    I've seen the chest box and belt cad's with full measurments. They are AWESOME. It was cool to see the exact measurements of the buckle. Wish I would have commited them to memory.

    But I can see Gino's point about mass producers. I believe if I had the knowledge I'd share it publicly with those that are serious about the trade and creating of a perfect Vader. I wouldn't just give the info to joe schmoe internet. If a true RPF'er or costumer wanted to know the dementions of a chest box or belt buckle, and I had those numbers, I'd share. I'd be a little selective. making sure that the person at least has built a sort of reputation first. If I haven't heard of them, I'd probably pass.

    So like i said, I see his point. I just get sick and * tired of asking those who claim to have exact numbers, say "no" to me when they have seen me around the net and RPF and know I take the trade serious. Just because someone makes an overpriced Vader Buckle, and they fear that if I made on for myself, I'd try to out sell them for something that isn't even theirs in the 1st place. I've NEVER had problems with Gino though. From what I know, he's pretty helpfull to those that take it serious and "honor the code".
     
  14. SHalamar

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    <div class='quotetop'>(Jack Bauer @ May 30 2006, 09:54 PM) [snapback]1253501[/snapback]</div>

    Not to worry. Exact measurments from LFL are being collected by a team of some ambitious researchers. I give it a few months and they plan on posting everywhere and making LFL Vader specs public knowledge. I've talked to a couple of the guys and they are sick of how secretive "vader creators" are.

    I've seen the chest box and belt cad's with full measurments. They are AWESOME. It was cool to see the exact measurements of the buckle. Wish I would have commited them to memory.
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    Sounds good. But then I'd have to redo my Vader. :p
     
  15. Darth Kahnt

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    <div class='quotetop'>(Jack Bauer @ May 31 2006, 12:54 AM) [snapback]1253501[/snapback]</div>
    Very well said. That has been my impression of Gino as well.
     
  16. boatbuilder1

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    I have a paatern for both the inner robe and the cape I slightly altered an exhisting pattern I think it is simplicity the cape is a halloween pattern full size. the robe is a biblical pattern
     
  17. KevVader

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    <div class='quotetop'>(SHalamar @ May 30 2006, 09:14 PM) [snapback]1253382[/snapback]</div>

    From the many different reference pix that I've seen, the cape differs throughout the OT and even within the same film....except ANH as I believe they used only one capeset. Therefore, minor details will be different....just looking at different hems, there are many variables as to how they were sewn.....

    That said, the cape pix that I've seen have used 3 to 4 wedge sections sewn together. One or two sections would neccessitate a gigantic piece of cloth.....typically swatches are commonly available up to 60" wide...some commercial fabrics may be offered in wider swatches....
     
  18. SHalamar

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    <div class='quotetop'>(KevVader @ May 31 2006, 09:17 AM) [snapback]1253702[/snapback]</div>

    From the many different reference pix that I've seen, the cape differs throughout the OT and even within the same film....except ANH as I believe they used only one capeset. Therefore, minor details will be different....just looking at different hems, there are many variables as to how they were sewn.....

    That said, the cape pix that I've seen have used 3 to 4 wedge sections sewn together. One or two sections would neccessitate a gigantic piece of cloth.....typically swatches are commonly available up to 60" wide...some commercial fabrics may be offered in wider swatches....
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    Yup. My Cape has six wedge sections sewn together. Took about 6 yards of fabric. As for the differences in the movies, the cape style, and length likely depended on the shot, and what vader was going to be doing. (Don't want the dark lord of the sith tripping over his own cape, or his stormtroopers trodding on it)

    So 'perfect' screen accuretness won't really be possible. Too many debates aver the bottom trim (Leather? Satin?), or even how much of a cape it was. (1/2 circle? 3/4 Circle? I went with 3/4 circle, though wiuth the sewing, it ended up slightly smaller than that, which looks just fine).

    So while two different people could both handle screen used capes, they could likely come back with two vastly different numbers. So my philosophy is: Go with what looks good. If its your costume, you're not going to be on a movie set. you're going to be walking in crowds. Aim for comfort, and looks. CHances are, you'll look just like Vader from the movies.
     
  19. Darth Kahnt

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    <div class='quotetop'>(SHalamar @ May 31 2006, 12:35 PM) [snapback]1253706[/snapback]</div>
    I agree. What's most important is that you like your own costume, after all you are the one who has to wear it. If it's accuracy you like, fine. If not, that's fine too.

    Well said.
     
  20. Qrest Fourstar

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    I originally asked because I would likt to replace the vynil cape on my 1/4 Screamin Darth Vader with a fabric one.
     
  21. Dark Shadow

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    <div class='quotetop'>(Darth Kahnt @ May 31 2006, 12:03 PM) [snapback]1253585[/snapback]</div>
    Very well said. That has been my impression of Gino as well.
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    Id post the Pm Gino sent me but I deleted it. I have a very good reputation here and have been building my personal vader for years. After I asked him for help with dimensions of the cape, he flat out refused. It was kind of a dry "sorry" note followed by "I hope you understand" Well, my answer is NO I DONT understand. This is a public movie and is for everyone and I feel that info isnt "sensative" as Gino would put it. If I had original prop info, Id be glad to help others out who are building.
    Anyway. I dont want to hijack this into a bash session. I look foreward to the information that will be available.
     
  22. Darth Kahnt

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    Scott,

    It's unfortunate that was your experience. The only thing you can do is continue to operate as normal in the face of adversity.

    My own interactions with Gino have been limited but positive but that's not to say it will be the same for everyone. Unfortunately sometimes we don't all see eye to eye on everything.
     
  23. SHalamar

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    I would want as accurate a Vader as possible. Now, My Vader looks, well, amazing. But I know that its not all accurate. (Parts are, parts are not). I the information is out there and available, but not available to ME.

    Its off putting. Now.. I DO understand the reasons. I totally do, but it still seems like a case of 'You're not one of the popular kids, go away'.
     
  24. GeneralMayhem

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    I have no personal experience with Gino, or his work. I can only tell you about the experiences I've had with others since I joined.

    I've found that happened a LOT when I first became a member. Not so much now that I've made a few friends here, but there are still long time members who will never accept the newer people, or at least respect them enough to share "inside" information. Some people just don't work and play well with others. They're just here to make a buck and gather all the informatiuon they can, so they can profit from it, giving little or nothing in return, and hoarding what they find, so no one else can cut into their market.

    I've seen that kind of attitude on many forums. Some people give, some people take, and thankfully, most of us do both.

    :)
     
  25. SHalamar

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    <div class='quotetop'>(GeneralMayhem @ Jun 6 2006, 07:23 PM) [snapback]1257528[/snapback]</div>

    Exactly. And thats the problem. Once bitten, twice shy. I want the information for ME. My wife and I made the outfit with the best information available we could find. And she's turned down people who have since asked for her to make more. It was a LOT of work, and we both have full time jobs. Hers was a labour of love for me. (and If I asked again, because 'more accurate info was found, she'd KILL me.) :lol
     
  26. frosty

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    It is a shame, i have seen that a lot on here, whats the point, snobbery is a big part of it, looking down from on high at the new guy asking for info, it seems the newer people are more willing to share info, it seems if your post count is high and you've been here a looong time your'e ok, the rest of us......
    As long as the end result looks the part, thats all that matters really.
     
  27. GundamZeppelin

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    All well made points. I have delt with a few Di*ks on this site... but as in life you will alway find people you butt heads with or, butt heads with you for no reason. Its a hobby for kicks an giggles to have a little piece of your dream a part of your childhood It's a prop a cape. Why such info needs to be with held is beyound me, its not as if anyone here owns the rights :p and i also doubt 80% would use the info for anything more then for are own costumes? We joined this site for the love of a hobby to learn and share information. But it seems those that have info or have been here longer then others seem to have this delusion of grandor. or belife we are out to miss use this infor they don't own in the frist place. My goal is to make my vaders the best i can, I have learned alot here.. and a geart deal more else where and i have no problems sharing what i know and helping where i can. this gos for props as well as the way i live my life
    the biggest problem in the world is no one wants to help anyone... with out gaining somthing in return or the fear of losing somthing.

    I would hope you members that have been here longer then the rest of us new guys would look apon us with new eyes some of us are now to the prop world (maybe wet behind the ears and just hit are 20's ) and could be the next generation of prop makers carring on what we learned from those here befor us.
    With all most of you know... do you plan to take your secrects to the grave with you? and let this great past time that has changed so many lives end with your lack of faith in others?

    Somthing i would hope you all would think about when you get a massage from some of us new guys.
    A great man once said to me "What i teach you promise me you will share with others and help people when you can as i have done for you"

    that man was my guitar teacher who changed the way i veiwed the world when no one else care for me
    and i live by his belifes and views to this day an never looked back even when others have wornged me. I know i have done the right thing by them and others and that is my victory.
     
  28. GeneralMayhem

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    Hopefully, when registration opens again (assuming it ever does), the next batch of newbies will be welcomed by the community and treated like prodigal sons, instead of hazed like freshmen.
     
  29. GINO

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    I can't speak for everyone, but for me, it's not a matter of newbie vs. old timer. I could care less about that aspect as everyone started out as a newbie and can still bring as much or more to the table than someone who's been around forever.

    I care about whether or not the person I'm spilling my guts to is a trusted friend or not. I care very much about what happens to the knowledge that I've worked so hard to obtain and only feel comfortable sharing with those whom I've built trusting relationships with.
     
  30. frosty

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    There in lies the rub, you have to be a friend to get the info, its not the whereabouts of the holy grail..
    I think you do great work Gino, and you have a fine collection of props, but i just don't understand where you are coming from.
     
  31. GINO

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    I've been doing this for a long time. Almost 14 years. More times than I can count, I've ended up regretting sharing coveted info with the masses.
    I've nearly been banned multiple times for sharing my info about controversial topics that were derived from my collection of "evidence/secret information". It's not appreciated nor wanted. In general, people don't want to hear the ugly truth about these things so they either refuse to believe them, or trash the messenger.
    In the end, no one remembers the one who "cracked the case" or the hard work they put into discovering something. Others just end up taking credit for it anyways or whoring it out for mass consumption. Anyone remember the trooper helmet wars? Yep, I fought in them. Still not sure if educating everyone about them was worth the beating I took.

    Yep, only people that I trust with like-minded intentions, goals, and philosophys (in regards to prop collecting). Even if you don't understand that, you should respect my feelings about it. Most serious collectors/builders come around to this line of thinking if they stay in the hobby long enough.
     
  32. frosty

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    I also have been building for a long time, more masks and display heads than anything else, people contact me all the time asking for information, how do you do that etc etc, i try to help out each person who asks, back when i started there was no help,no internet, and i basially had to teach myself, not a bad thing, but it was hard, people i contacted gave me nothing, could not be bothered to give advice to some kid.
    I guess thats why i disagree with the no sharing unless i know you idea, i guess its one of those agree to disagree topics
     
  33. GINO

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    For me, I always give out truthful advice or try to point people in the right direction.

    I was once "that kid" and remember what it was like. There is a TON of info available to prop collectors/builders today compared to how it was when I started out. I would never dismiss someone because they were new.

    It's only when someone asks, "um..can you give me your exact dv cape pattern and tell me what and where to get the fabrics you used" do I become uncomfortable...and offended.
     
  34. Dark Shadow

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    <div class='quotetop'>(GINO @ Jun 7 2006, 06:12 PM) [snapback]1257885[/snapback]</div>
    Yea Gino then what does that make me?? Im trusted here by MANY. Im not into this whole thing to make a living. Its a HOBBY and who cares if a person who "cracks the case" gets credit for it. Its not like finding the lost city of Atlantis. What you say seems to always come back to you. the real perpose of giving is not to worry if it gets back to you for credit. Im my opinion Everyone here should have access to as much information as possible. Id love to have the exact dimensions of the vaders cape and the exact origial materials. WHY? Because I want a Vader that looks like the one in the movie. Not that I intend to but why should it matter if I used that information to make capes to sell. Perhaps others may think its a big help. Gino, Ive seen your posts of "look at my SUPER accutate vader and stromtrper stuff". What youre saying and what youre doing, again, makes it look very much like its making a big circle back to you. Are you threatened that you may not some day have what you feel is the most accurate replica of Vader, stormtrooper ect?
    I have several close friends who no longer chose to be a member here becuse of this exact thing.
    I dont intend to start a war here but its hard to keep these feelings inside when something like this comes up.
     
  35. GINO

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    Scott,
    Other than a couple of brief phone conversations, I don't really know you at all.


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    I'm not either. And I care very much about getting credit when it is due. We're disagreeing already.


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    I take this hobby and my work in it very seriously. If it's not that important, then quit hounding me and bashing me here.


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    You're joking right? Well, that's why you'll never get any info from me. People that I share info with have no interest in selling or providing stuff to the masses.


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    It's my fear and my greatest hope all at the same time that someone will obtain better vader and trooper stuff than me. Unless, their stuff is screen used, it's going to be tough. ;)


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    Me either. But I shouldn't be slammed on just because you don't understand or agree with my philosophy on prop collecting.
     
  36. RKW

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    <div class='quotetop'>(RKW @ Jun 7 2006, 03:47 PM) [snapback]1258059[/snapback]</div>

    :confused

    That pic is.. uh... a really bad Vader.

    Makes me want to gouge out my eyes.

    (I hope its not you, RKW)


    edit: No Hyperspace pictures please. Thanks.
     
  38. Darth Kahnt

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    <div class='quotetop'>(SHalamar @ Jun 7 2006, 08:25 PM) [snapback]1258106[/snapback]</div>
    According to the article that photo is taken from, the suit is screen used. Can't get much better than that.
     
  39. Darth Kahnt

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    <div class='quotetop'>(GINO @ Jun 7 2006, 03:20 PM) [snapback]1257925[/snapback]</div>
    I am a relative rookie to this hobby but I have to step in and agree with Gino here.

    The problem with sharing all your information with everyone is that people will use it for selfish reasons and look to profit from the hard work of someone else. I am not saying that eveyone will do that but there are a select few who will and for that reason I can see why the information is not made readily available. Why would you go through years of extensive research based on your love of the hobby and give it to someone who only wants it to mass produce stuff and make money? That is the kind of mentality that makes a degree of secrecy a necessity in this hobby. If you freely share the information it will eventually fall into the hands of someone with questionable motives.

    Another reason I think that people are not always eager to share their information is because there are always people who are looking to shoot them down and question their credability. A prime example of this is going on in the prop forum right now under another Vader related thread, where a member who has dedicated an astronomical amount of time and energy into comapring various helmets is constantly the target of doubt and mistrust. If I were him, Id be reluctant to continue sharing my findings and knowledge but much to the benefit of this community he has demonstrated much patience and goodwill. I cant say I would be so patient if I were in his shoes.

    I dont claim to have a library of knowledge about patterms and dimensions for accurate Vader costumes but I can assure you that the information I do know is not stuff I would share with any ol' person who asks. I will only share with people I personally feel are dedicated to and love this hobby as much as I do. Call that a "buddy system" or whatever but thats how I feel and why I can agree and respect Gino's views on this subject.
     
  40. Liquidjedi

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    <div class='quotetop'>(RKW @ Jun 7 2006, 10:47 PM) [snapback]1258059[/snapback]</div>

    Awesome pic RKW. I've never seen that pic before with the complete suit being shown. But, I'm pretty sure I've seen it with only the leather suit showing.

    Thanks for sharing,
    Craig

    edit: Hyperspace photo removed... please do not post them. Thanks.
     
  41. KevVader

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    I can see GINO's point to a degree, and the few times that I have asked him questions, he's been fairly forthright for the most part.
    However, I thought the point of this forum was to share info in the spirit of everyone's enjoyment of the hobby. I'm happy to share the little knowledge that I have to help people out with their Vader stuff.....my way of giving back to the hobby as there were those that helped me when I first started out. I've also done a lot of research on my own as well.....and I can somewhat relate to the reluctance in giving hard earned knowledge away. But hey, this info is out there for the taking...we've all been at the starting point wondering where to go, what to get, what looks the best. I guess if those with the knowledge clammed up completely, we might as well just shut this forum down for good....I'd hate to see that happen....

    <div class='quotetop'>(Liquidjedi @ Jun 7 2006, 09:39 PM) [snapback]1258144[/snapback]</div>

    ...from the same series....here's a better pic of the leather suit for reference...

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  42. Liquidjedi

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    KevVader,

    Yeah, that's the one I was thinking about...the one showing just the leather suit.

    Thanks,
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  43. Darth Kahnt

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    Guys, is it ok to post these publically considering the source?

    <div class='quotetop'>(KevVader @ Jun 7 2006, 09:49 PM) [snapback]1258147[/snapback]</div>
    You make good points Kev. Well said, I can appreciate your point of view.
     
  44. KevVader

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    <div class='quotetop'>(Darth Kahnt @ Jun 7 2006, 10:38 PM) [snapback]1258171[/snapback]</div>

    Those pix were in circulation long before the Hyperspace article.....
     
  45. Darth Kahnt

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    <div class='quotetop'>(KevVader @ Jun 8 2006, 06:58 AM) [snapback]1258284[/snapback]</div>

    Those pix were in circulation long before the Hyperspace article.....
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    Yes but one of the ones posted above is branded with a Hyperspace logo.
     
  46. SHalamar

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    <div class='quotetop'>(Darth Kahnt @ Jun 7 2006, 05:35 PM) [snapback]1258115[/snapback]</div>
    According to the article that photo is taken from, the suit is screen used. Can't get much better than that.
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    In which case, its the guy wearing it that makes it look bad. Doesn't look screen used to me.
     
  47. GundamZeppelin

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    <div class='quotetop'>(SHalamar @ Jun 8 2006, 12:26 PM) [snapback]1258450[/snapback]</div>
    According to the article that photo is taken from, the suit is screen used. Can't get much better than that.
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    In which case, its the guy wearing it that makes it look bad. Doesn't look screen used to me.
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    Just as a 5'3 250 pound scout trooper looks bad. :lol
     
  48. GINO

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    <div class='quotetop'>(SHalamar @ Jun 8 2006, 12:26 PM) [snapback]1258450[/snapback]</div>

    :confused


    Definitely screen used. Definitely what anyone who wants a screen accurate costume should aspire to.
     
  49. RKW

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    <div class='quotetop'>(Darth Kahnt @ Jun 8 2006, 12:11 PM) [snapback]1258286[/snapback]</div>

    Those pix were in circulation long before the Hyperspace article.....
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    Yes but one of the ones posted above is branded with a Hyperspace logo.
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    Well so long as you don't go crying to mommy about it then I won't either.
     
  50. SHalamar

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    <div class='quotetop'>(GINO @ Jun 8 2006, 09:31 AM) [snapback]1258454[/snapback]</div>

    :confused


    Definitely screen used. Definitely what anyone who wants a screen accurate costume should aspire to.
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    :p One can aspire. Difficutl to reach. And that guy, and the slightly poor pics make it look worse than it is.

    But my mistake. Even a good outfit can look bad if worn poorly.
     

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