Jump to content
  • Announcement

    Welcome to the forums!

    If you are a newly-approved member, make sure you check out the New Member Checklist!

    If you are a Detachment member and can't see the member-only area, post here for access.



Detachment Members
  • Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Naa'leth

  • Birthday 04/07/1974

Profile Information

  • Name
    Stefanie Geveler
  • Gender
  • Location
    Germany / Essen
  • TKID
  • Garrison / Outpost
    German Garrison
  • Squad
    White Shadows Squad
  • 501st Profile

Recent Profile Visitors

1,206 profile views

Naa'leth's Achievements



  1. As Nightsister Naa'leth I was also the "guy from Ninjago" or Santa Claus :D and because of the facepainting I am a black metal fan of course
  2. But now I am working on the right hilt for the lightsaber...
  3. I just got the message!!! My Seventh Sister is now approved!
  4. Here is my belt - it does not exactly fit like the original (I am to short...), but I think it is okay. The two leather stripes are fitted together by... velcro (exactly )
  5. I can remove the facemask from the helmet. Great! ... I thought! I don't really like how it looks like. So my neckseal has the right shape at the cheeks but nobody will see it But here is my helmet (no - no lighting)
  6. Sewing the neckseal was a little bit tricky, but I sew the neckseal for the Nightsister... not so different. For rebuilding the linings I stitched with a thicker yarn.
  7. Shoes and chaps you can find as equipment for horse riding Just add the red stripes by using spray paint. I cut the chaps off to get them into the right size. They have got elastics at the back so they fit tight. You can use velcro as well to stick the edges at the bottom to the shoes instead of elastic straps round the sole. You can see the loop tape at the elastic part on the shoe shown below. It was important to me to create the arc at the instep.
  8. Chest, Back and undarm armor were painted already, also the helmet. I use velcro to get chest and back together and the "sleeves" as well. The underarm armor consists of two halfs connected by magnets.
  9. Funniest things were the gloves I have never sew gloves! Youtube was very helpful. It is very simple! That is how it looks to create them: Just take the different coloured fabric and add an elastic strap.
  10. Same I did with the pants: The knee details are stitched by hands also the red stripes at both sides.
  11. Next steps were to decide making all soft parts by myself or should I let it designed by a dressmaker? If you guys take a look at etsy you may understand why I accept the challenge to sew the jacket and pants on my own using some normal patterns and modulate them. For the white stripes I used transfer sheets you can iron on. The cogs are merch we can get from someone in our garrison
  12. Hej! It´ has been a long time ago that I finished my Nightsister Naa'leth costume and got it approved. In the meanwhile I have worked on a Galactic Marine and finished it successful. So it was time for a new costume and I was not able to choose ... should I go with a Biker Scout or some other Clone or be back at TFE with a new costume from Rebels? My boyfriend took it from me and in summer 2017 I had the BBB-Day (Big Brown Box-Day) But I could not start because of frozen shoulder syndrom - I could not use me right arm. Very painful and very exhausting and it took a very, very long time to heal. I had to wait until this years june, but as you all know there are a lot of researches to do at the beginning and that is what I started with. Even though I could not use my hands I could use my eyes!!
  13. Hej! Don´t get discouraged! The only rule you have to follow when there´s no CRL is: you need 3 different images from your favorite costume. So there a references shown your favorite character from all sides. And notice: get in contact to Detachement Leader in case you choose a costume with no valid CRL and start a very detailed WIP-Thread. This will help to get your costume approved in the end and maybe you can get extra useful tips. My character which I try to represent is a 1.98 m / 68 kg thinny female - not really what I look like in real life - but it was the one costume I liked from the first moment I saw it. And so I choose to be this lady. By the way that is what the 501st is about - represent a star wars character by making your own unique and accurate costume. Good luck! Hope to see your WIP in near future!
  14. Requesting full Detachment Access DS-50174 http://www.501st.com/members/displaymemberdetails.php?userID=18584 Thanks!
  • Create New...