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Italica Zam

  1. #26
    formerly Shiruba SeattleZam's Avatar
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    Re: Italica Zam

    Awesome job on the Zam!! It looks great.

    Deunan Shiruba

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    Re: Italica Zam

    WOW!! That looks fabulous! And thanks so much for posting all of the "in progress" pics - I find those the most useful kind!

  3. #28

    Re: Italica Zam

    Fantastic job! Really amazing!

    G-Fett

  4. #29
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    Re: Italica Zam

    Wow, that is totally wicked. It inspires me. I can't wait for my Zam bits to arrive so I can finish it and get it ready for a big event coming in a couple of months.

    You look fabulous!

    *DF*

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    Re: Italica Zam

    Congratulations, and WOW, your costume looks great!! I am only just starting mine...I can only hope that mine will look as good when I finish it.

  6. #31

    Re: Italica Zam

    A bloody great Zam. Now how to make my GF get one of these.

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    Re: Italica Zam

    Wow, this is amazing!! I'm really in awe how you guys made everything. How did you manage to make your helmet? It just really looks great. Spectacular job.

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    Re: Italica Zam

    Wow. That looks great!

    How long did it take you to cut/dye/stitch each of the squares for the skirt, if you don't mind me asking?

  9. #34

    Re: Italica Zam

    Otter said: View Post
    Wow, this is amazing!! I'm really in awe how you guys made everything. How did you manage to make your helmet? It just really looks great. Spectacular job.
    Aideon said: View Post
    Wow. That looks great!

    How long did it take you to cut/dye/stitch each of the squares for the skirt, if you don't mind me asking?
    Hi My boy molded the helmet using plastilina on a mannequin head that was in my size. Then he made 3 stamps ( helmet and ears ) in chalk and later the original parts in fiberglass. With the same process I made the rectangular circuits on the ears and the back.
    The skirt? 3 days to draw and cut the squares, 2 days for the coloration and 1 day to assemble

  10. #35

    Re: Italica Zam

    UPDATE: with finding the Prada boots, I had the motivation to mold a new pair of shin armors in latex: more flexibility, more agility,more comfy and a little more accuracy







    A big thanks to Matthew " Launchpad" for the boots

  11. #36

    Re: Italica Zam

    Brava!

  12. #37
    Admin Staff MaulMaus's Avatar
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    Re: Italica Zam

    Lookin' good - and I bet they are more comfortable! Nice to be able to move around

  13. #38
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    Re: Italica Zam

    Looks great!

  14. #39

    Re: Italica Zam

    great Angelina great work

    Brava!!!!!!

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