LordStraff

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About LordStraff

  • Birthday 07/11/1991

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    facebook.com/Cosplayercory

Profile Information

  • Name
    Cory Fugate
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Texas
  • TKID
    17489
  • Garrison / Outpost
    Star Garrison
  • Squad
    West Texas Squad
  • 501st Profile
    https://www.501st.com/members/displaymember.php?userID=23797&costumeID=212
  1. LordStraff

    A'Sharad Hett WIP Questions

    Got my approval today! Super stoaked!
  2. LordStraff

    A'Sharad Hett WIP Questions

    Ok so the only problem i'm running into now is the handwraps for this guy. I cannot for the life of me get them to stay up on my arms by having just regular wraps. I have also tried attaching them to sleeves and such with no luck. Does anyone have any templates or patterns to follow? I"m losing my mind over these.
  3. LordStraff

    A'Sharad Hett WIP Questions

    Hey Everyone! Starting up an A'Sharad build! Went and got tons of duck cloth for this! I did have a tiny question. I was going to use duck cloth for all the tan parts of this build: wraps, tunic etc. It does not say anything specific about the cloth aside from the wraps around the arms, boots and helmet. Am I still ok to use duck cloth for everything else? I bought about 12 yards of the stuff just so i could make sure i have enough. I have a different cloth material for the pants and the jacket. http://databank.501st.com/databank/Costuming:DZ_asharad_hett The parts i'm referring to are: -Inner Tunic -Waist Sash -Neck Seal I have asked several people who have done this build, and they all have stated that it is possible for me to use duck cloth for the parts listed above, they just didnt recommend it due to it being a very hot material. (Not worried about the heat of the costume so much as i'm worried about durability) Also, does anyone know what type of glue/adhesive i can use on the rubber work boots for this kit? Just wanna make sure i have something that will stick pretty well before i start cutting the cloth into strips.