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Lego Boba Fett Costume

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    Lego Boba Fett Costume

    No, the guy did not make a costume to look like a Lego Figure.

    He actually used Lego bricks to make a wearable Boba Fett costume. Bucket, Armor, Rocket Pack, Blaster, the works. Check it out.

    http://gizmodo.com/5042343/guy-build...arriage-intact




    If you are a member or lurker here, then bucket's off to you. :thumbup

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    Re: Lego Boba Fett Costume

    HAHAHAHA. That is genious.

    El1te

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    Re: Lego Boba Fett Costume

    That Friggin Rocks!!! Somebody make a cast of that already!!!

    G-Fett

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    Re: Lego Boba Fett Costume

    no way too cool!

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    Re: Lego Boba Fett Costume

    Haha wow! That is freaking amazing! I love the gauntlets! I think even the wookiee braids are legos. They look like the the pieces the grapple arms were made of on the Aquanot's subs.
    Can't tell from the angle, but the Fett logo on the right chest plate... Did he put the different colored peices together to form the shape of it, or is it a decal?
    If I was the CO of a garrison in his area I'd approve him!

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    Re: Lego Boba Fett Costume

    Haha, oh man, thatś so sweet.

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    Re: Lego Boba Fett Costume

    Ok, that is one of the most interesting Fett suits I've seen in a while. Very creative!

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    Re: Lego Boba Fett Costume

    LostSonOfSparda said: View Post
    I think even the wookiee braids are legos.
    Yup, they sure as heck are!

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    Re: Lego Boba Fett Costume

    Aw man, I almost posted this earlier today! That's really creative stuff. I wonder if Lego armor will ever be 501st admissible.

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    Re: Lego Boba Fett Costume

    Oh my! That is cool!! I do hope that this guy could make instructions on how to make this... I guess LEGO would get many requisitions on parts after that...
    Hmm.. I wonder... is there any chance that this would be allowed into 501st..?
    -Ville

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    Re: Lego Boba Fett Costume

    That is pretty darn impressive!
    =D

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    Re: Lego Boba Fett Costume

    Definitely different. Pretty cool, though.

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    Re: Lego Boba Fett Costume

    . That's cool.

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    Re: Lego Boba Fett Costume

    Wow, the jet pack even has weathering, Lego Style!

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    Re: Lego Boba Fett Costume

    ***! That is like crazy awesome!!! I loved LEGOS as a kid!!!

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    Re: Lego Boba Fett Costume

    That is way cool!

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    Re: Lego Boba Fett Costume

    And it probably cost half of what I paid to make mine.

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    Re: Lego Boba Fett Costume

    ***!!!1111!!!

    That is teh r0xx0r!

    I LOVE that costume! Its so CUTE (in a bounty hunter way!)

    Stormie next!

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    Re: Lego Boba Fett Costume

    Pfff, forget sintra, and fiberglass, and all that other stuff.....LEGO is the way of costuming future!!!!!!!! Thats realy something diffrent, thats for sure!

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    Re: Lego Boba Fett Costume

    I'm just a lurker. My site of choice was Firespray.net.

    Hey,
    I'm the artist/AFOL (Adult Fan of LEGO) SIMAFOL who made the suit. I'm really glad you all like it. This is a safer location to talk than Gizmondo, so I'll divulge some specs.

    First off, cost. This is about $600-700 worth of LEGO and soft parts. I've attached the plates and such to the cloth with Velcro, for easy manipulation. The Jet Pack is surprisingly light but it is about %70 of the real size. It's attached via a pair of suspenders placed under the shirt (with holes). The packs on the belt are DUPLO treasure chests and the braids are the palm tree pieces stacked up with a thin wire in the center. (They come in grey now). They ARE decals on my breastplate and shoulder. The helmet is AMAZINGLY sturdy and light (much lighter and stronger than my Vader) it has a construction helmets netting inside to provide hold. Finally I did have to hot glue a LOT of elements.

    Well, I hope that will satiate some intellectual queries. ****, those are big words. I'm attending Dragon*Con so I'll probably miss all of the buzz.
    Bye,
    -S-

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    Re: Lego Boba Fett Costume

    Welcome to the boards! You did an amazing job!!! Please share other Star Wars projects you have or will work on with us!

    G-Fett
    SIMAFOL said: View Post
    I'm just a lurker. My site of choice was Firespray.net.

    Hey,
    I'm the artist/AFOL (Adult Fan of LEGO) SIMAFOL who made the suit. I'm really glad you all like it. This is a safer location to talk than Gizmondo, so I'll divulge some specs.

    First off, cost. This is about $600-700 worth of LEGO and soft parts. I've attached the plates and such to the cloth with Velcro, for easy manipulation. The Jet Pack is surprisingly light but it is about %70 of the real size. It's attached via a pair of suspenders placed under the shirt (with holes). The packs on the belt are DUPLO treasure chests and the braids are the palm tree pieces stacked up with a thin wire in the center. (They come in grey now). They ARE decals on my breastplate and shoulder. The helmet is AMAZINGLY sturdy and light (much lighter and stronger than my Vader) it has a construction helmets netting inside to provide hold. Finally I did have to hot glue a LOT of elements.

    Well, I hope that will satiate some intellectual queries. ****, those are big words. I'm attending Dragon*Con so I'll probably miss all of the buzz.
    Bye,
    -S-

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    Re: Lego Boba Fett Costume

    SIMAFOL said: View Post
    I'm just a lurker. My site of choice was Firespray.net.

    Hey,
    I'm the artist/AFOL (Adult Fan of LEGO) SIMAFOL who made the suit. I'm really glad you all like it. This is a safer location to talk than Gizmondo, so I'll divulge some specs.

    First off, cost. This is about $600-700 worth of LEGO and soft parts. I've attached the plates and such to the cloth with Velcro, for easy manipulation. The Jet Pack is surprisingly light but it is about %70 of the real size. It's attached via a pair of suspenders placed under the shirt (with holes). The packs on the belt are DUPLO treasure chests and the braids are the palm tree pieces stacked up with a thin wire in the center. (They come in grey now). They ARE decals on my breastplate and shoulder. The helmet is AMAZINGLY sturdy and light (much lighter and stronger than my Vader) it has a construction helmets netting inside to provide hold. Finally I did have to hot glue a LOT of elements.

    Well, I hope that will satiate some intellectual queries. ****, those are big words. I'm attending Dragon*Con so I'll probably miss all of the buzz.
    Bye,
    -S-

    Its good to see other AFOLs about. Very creative, dude. Bravo.

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    Re: Lego Boba Fett Costume

    Thanks for sharing!

    Again - a really great costume!

    Well done!

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    Re: Lego Boba Fett Costume

    legos rock...that is really ingenious!! wish i had the money to get enough legos to do that...

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    Re: Lego Boba Fett Costume

    are there better pics of the gun? I want to see the overall build of it.

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