Zoomi

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About Zoomi

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  • Birthday February 20

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  • Name
    Zoomi
  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    Sydney, Australia
  • TKID
    21872
  • Garrison / Outpost
    Southern Cross Garrison
  • 501st Profile
    http://501st.com/members/displaymemberdetails.php?userID=21489
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    Tier 3 - Sith'ari

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  1. Zoomi

    Maladi Build Thread

    New forums = updated build thread with images! Woo!
  2. Zoomi

    Exiled Thrawn

    Ooooh!! What paint do you use?
  3. Zoomi

    Czech Maladi

    Woohoo!! Amazing progress!
  4. Zoomi

    My First Build

    She did a damn good job didn't she?! I'm keeping notes on Eleena as the jumpsuit is VERY similar to Darth Atroxa. I'm planning on using as much stretch fabrics as possible; I think between using a wetsuit material and sewing I should be able to create the armour; OR foam. Unsure which way I will go yet. But definitely aiming for flexible. RE: Makeup - alcohol based and applied with an airbrush is by far the best way - I do it already for my Maladi and I am able to get 8+ hours of wear without worrying about touchups. There are a lot of brands out there; best to try and source something locally though. Otherwise, fall back to Reel Creations as they provide international shipping. If you're able to find a knee-high boot that fits, you can modify them for the cuffs and a cover for the top of the foot. Best of luck!! Keep checking in as you start acquiring parts and building!!
  5. Zoomi

    Hello from Australia!

    Where abouts in AU are you based? Great to see more Aussies here
  6. Zoomi

    Darth maladi costume

    http://www.theflagshipeclipse.com/forums/index.php?/gallery/album/219-darth-maladi-build-thread/ ^ forgot the link!
  7. Zoomi

    Darth maladi costume

    Hi Eme!! There are a number of photos of my Darth Maladi, including the headpiece in the Gallery section of the forums. I made the headpiece by hand moulding ABS plastic, and created the 3D embossing with an overlay of Foam. For paint; I use an alcohol based paint locally sourced in Australia and applied with an airbrush. But globally the Reel Creations paint is readily available.
  8. Zoomi

    Darth Maladi Build Thread

    Progress shots of my Darth Maladi costume. Approved in 2016 - SL 21872
  9. Zoomi

    Voice changers

    A fellow member of my garrison has managed to make voice changers - specifically for Kylo Ren costumers - but he might be able to provide some insight. You can check our his build thread through his Facebook page: Syldar - miscellaneous particulars.
  10. Zoomi

    Zara's Darth Talon W.I.P and upgrades

    Assisted on a talon build; we modified a strapless bra. The bra provided the support, and a cover was sewn with leatherette and then permanently attached to the bra.
  11. Zoomi

    Nightsister Ventress WIP

    I've thoroughly enjoyed your updates on the LotL FB group: but seeing this thread has made me overjoyed! You've made amazing progress and I can't wait to see it finished!!
  12. Zoomi

    Completed Darth Maladi

    Whoa! Lucky you getting away with the body suit over your arms; the CRL states all exposed skin is painted red!! My garrison wouldn't have a bar of it when I asked! Congrats!
  13. Zoomi

    Approved: Darth Talon

    Woohoo!! Congratulations! Just one comment - Spirit gum may help reduce any movement or slip on the Lekku, but you may still want to paint up higher to avoid the little gap of colour on the forehead diamond tattoo. Upgrading the nip on the airbrush will make a huge different to application time too. Either way - enjoy every paint party you have from here on out! And welcome to the Legion!
  14. Zoomi

    Darth Maladi Completion CRL

    Running away with this one. Pic Heavy post. Black Hair For 501st approval Waist length black hair is pulled into a high ponytail near the top of the head Ponytail Wraps for 501st approval a pair of metallic silver wraps are worn on the ponytail one wrap is worn near the top of the head. This wrap is used to make the pony tail stand high away from the head. The second wrap is worn further down the ponytail, near the back of the head. EDITED TO: a pair of hair wraps are worn on the ponytail one wrap is worn near the top of the head. This wrap is used to make the pony tail stand high away from the head, and is made out of leather, or leatherette material. The second wrap is worn further down the ponytail, near the back of the head, and is made out of metallic silver. Headpiece For 501st approval: A metallica silver headpiece is worn over the forehead. It is wide at the top, covering both the forehead and the top of the head, and then it narrows as it drapes down to frame the sides of the face. The headpiece extends over the top of the ears, and may extend further around the back of the head The headpiece is made of thick, study material, and is covered by a three dimensional circular patter as well as a raised border around the outer edges. Body Paint For 501st approval: All exposed skin is painted red. Black Sith tattoo patterns are painted on the face and the arms. These tattoos include a paid of circles on the forehead, an outline with three points around each due, and a pair of small triangles on each cheekbone. They also include a smaller circle painted on the chin, and a black triangle painted at the centre of the bottom lip. Two pairs of X shaped markings are located on the upper arms. Up to three pointed tiger stripe lines may be visible on the forearms, just above the forearm wraps. Contacts For 501st approval: Special effects contacts in shades of red, yellow and orange are worn to give the illusion of sith eyes. While considered an essential part of this character, contact lenses are not required for 501st acceptance. All persons wishing to utilise contacts lenses are encouraged to first see their optometrist for a fitting (Have a pic to edit) Leather Wrap Shirt For 501st approval: An outer shirt made of black leather or leatherette is worn in a crossover style. Each shoulder wrap is made of three joined strips of material. The left side crosses over the right side in the front, and the right side crosses over the left in the back. The wraps are wide, and are stiff enough to extend out over the shoulders without drooping. Additional layers of black leather or leatherette are worn wrapped horizontally around the waist to keep the upper wraps in place. Inner Shirt For 501st approval: A sleeveless shirt is worn under the leather wraps. The inner shirt may be sewn from black fabric, leather, or leatherette. The shirt has very large arm holes, and includes a high ribbed collar that fits snugly against the neck. Leather or leatherette is used for the ribbed collar, and the opening is located in the back. NOTES: never have I found any reference pics for the high ribbed collar. Consider removing in favour of a high-neck / turtle neck top. (to take a pic) Collar For 501st approval: A high black leather or leatherette collar is worn over the ribbed collar of the inner shirt. This collar has an opening in the front, and the front edges of the collar are slightly rounded. The collar may be attached to the inner shirt or the outer wraps (to take a pic) Forearm Wraps For 501st approval: Black leather or leatherette wraps are worn around the wrists and forearms. The wraps may include a pointed extension that covers the back of the hand. (to take a pic) Silver Hip Wrap For 501st approval: A metallic silver wrap is worn over the hips. It is narrow at the front, and then it becomes much wider as it goes around the sides and back. The wrap is made of a thick, sturdy material, and may be covered by a three dimensional circular pattern similar to the design found on the headpiece. A raised border goes fully around the outer edges. Belt For 501st approval: A black leather belt is worn over the silver wrap. This belt is approximately 7 cm wide and is made with a sturdy thickness. A large, three dimensional ring is located at the front. This ring is painted red, and includes four black straps that secure it to the belt. Skirt For 501st approval: The black skirt is floor length. The skirt is made with an A-Line pattern, and it is made with enough fabric to give a draped, flowing silhouette. (Pics to come) Boots For 501st approval: Plain black boots with a sensible heel are worn. (pics to come)