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Second sister research thread


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So far I have seen a few groups discussing the second sister and thought a research thread would be of interest on here as a possible collection point of everyone’s observations and ideas hopefully, by doing this it will aid the team writing the crl and also keep some builds not to far away from approval once the crl is in place

 

 

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Hi Folks

 

my wife already has a Seventh Sister approved and is member of Flagship eclipse, I m working hardly with 3D printer in order to prepare her next Cosplay ...  "Second Sister",  thank you so much for the opportunity to follow up news on this subject.

 

Rgds

 

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This is my breakdown write up from the Second Sisters Build Group on facebook. The community has put the microscope on the details and we came to these conclusions for material and accuracy. This is so very near the final version of what we have discovered. Anyone is free to use what is provided for their own use. One of the few things remaining is the description for an unmasked version which the community wanted to hold out for a couple weeks due to potential game spoilers. I have a bunch of hi-res reference images to organize and contribute as well. Those will be posted or have an available public gallery link posted within a few days. 

 

Updated: 9:05am (CST) 6 JAN 2020 

 

Nearing final version for details - edited for clarity, and continuity to other CRL descriptions. This still has more detail than a typical CRL.

 

Second Sister

 

Materials

 

Jacket

• Black material that has a distinctive rib texture. rib-knit or quality Calvary twill lined in red rib-knit or quality Calvary twill material.

• Red material of same rib texture for arm stripe, sewn in.

 

Cape

• Black canvas-like woven material, single stitched channels with dimensional padding

• Lined in red gabardine or twill material

• Yoke is a plan black fabric.

 

Pant

• Black rib-knit same as Jacket

 

Gloves

• Leather or leather-like material, black back, red palm.

 

Boots

• Black Leather or leather like material

 

Helmet/Pauldrons/ Arm Bracers

• Plastic or similar hard surface with satin finish & weathering where appropriate.

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DETAIL BREAKDOWN

 

Helmet:

• Outside and inside of the helmet is black

• The back as a slightly bulbous round with a turn out aventail at the bottom

• The sides of the helmet arch out at the bottom edges.

• There is an under collar of the helmet design.

• The cheeks have row of inset openings with mesh covered vents.

• No skin is visible around or under the helmet.

• Eye slit is shaped across the helmet and red in color.

• Eye slit can be lit up (optional)

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Neckseal:

• Smooth material with ribbed back piece, two side seams.

• Back has several rows of padded where the ribs disappear under the helmet and under the collar.

• No skin is visible around or under the helmet.

 

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Jacket:

• Made of a black fabric with a ribbed texture.

• Jacket is lined in red fabric with a ribbed texture.

• Jacket is form fitted.

• Sleeves have red strip on the outside also of ribbed material.

• The jacket front is fitted with princess seams from shoulder to bottom seam - does not extend past the peplum.

• The jacket folds left over right.

• Jacket has a squared standing style collar with a small gap in the front. The rib is shown vertical and is stiff to stand on it's own.

• Front of jacket has a sewn vent/dart at center front.

• Jacket has two metallic silver rectangle bars on both left and right upper chest. Same light metallic silver tone as the belt buckle.

• The top and bottom of the jacket are separated by a visible seam that is a few inches below the belt and in conjunction with the ending of the front panel.

• Back of jacket has princess seam that ends an inch above the belt and aligns with insert panel. Princess seam is curved from the armhole then to straight line to the insert panel.

• Back of jacket has an insert panel that starts at 1 inch above the belt and ends 1 inch below the belt (small of back).

• Back of jacket has a center seam on the upper part. Insert does not have center seam.

• The peplum is split in the back with a slight iverlap.

• The peplum has a wide fold on each side of the split.

• The peplum has side dart that stops at the lower hip and is in line with the jacket side seam.

• The bottom back of the jacket is straight across and extends to mid thigh.

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Cape:

• Yoke is a plain black material (not leather).

• Yoke back is square from shoulder to shoulder stopping at the top of the arm.

• Yoke front is angled from neck out to the Jacket’s overlap seaming.

• Yoke has 3 stitches of narrow width apart at the outside edge with another 4 rows of stitches of a wide width apart. Neck edge has a single stitch.

• Cape is made of black fabric with canvas-like woven texture.

• Cape material has vertical single stitching from yoke to hem and the vertical lines look quilted with slight dimension.

• Cape is mid-calf in length.

• Cape design does not cover the front, and drapes off the shoulders sweeping to the sides.

• There are white imperial “cog” symbols painted on fabric on both biceps, weathered to show weave texture.

• No visible front clasp.

• Lining of cape is red with a gabardine/twill texture.

• Cape consists of two side panels and one back panel.

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Pauldrons:

• Two armor plates extend from neck to just past the shoulder.

• Black finish with no decoration or lines.

• Does not have any visible straps or fastener.

• Some mild weathering revealing silver underneath.

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Pants:

• Made of same ribbed material as coat

• No visible pockets

• Has front fly closure

• Pants are slim fitted

• Pants have a crease down the front and the back starting from lower hip down.

• Pants are tucked into boots

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Belt:

• Made with leather or leather-like material approximately 1.5"

• Grove on the top and bottom of the belt.

• Trapezoid shaped silver belt buckle with two rectangular insets in the upper left and beveled edges. Slightly curved to the body.

• Same light metallic silver tone as the silver bars on the jacket.

• No other visible greeblies (except when a covertec clip is needed for wearer to hold the lightsaber hilt)

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Forearm bracers:

• Constructed out of the same material as the pauldrons.

• Black semi-gloss sheen

• Form fitting to the wearer’s forearm.

• Arm bracers start at the wrist and end just below the elbow.

• Two black adornments are attached to each of the bracers at the lower forearm. The design is a rounded rectangle raised with beveled edges. It has two raised buttons and one slightly raised red lighted panel (light up optional)

• They have a back seam with appropriate design insets.

• They have an inner wrist adornment on each of the bracers. It is a rectangular inset with beveled edges, It has two shaped cylindrical objects positioned nearest to the wrist. It has a small side pipe extending from the cylindrical objects to the side of the inset. It has a round protrusion on the upper part of the inset.

• No visible clasps or attachments.

• Arm bracers are identical in detail and are a mirror of each other.

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Gloves:

• Black leather or leather like material on back

• Red leather or leather like material on palm.

• Gloves tuck into forearm bracers.

• Palm has thumb seam, double stitched

• Back has thumb seam, no top stitching

• Thumb and Forefinger tips have separate piece.

• There are fourchettes between each finger.

• Gloves have no extra stitching or detail on back.

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Boots:

• Black leather or leather like material

• Shaft of boot ends just below the knee

• Boots have no more than 1.5” heel

• Boots have no visible zippers (hidden zipper on outside of boot)

• A small tab covers the zipper pull on outside of boot.

• Boot has a thin red line visible on the top of the boot, and the side tab is lined in red.

• Sole of boot is black

• There are three rows of “V” stitching on the upper shaft of the boot. The point of the V is in the front center of the shaft. The “V” has a slightly padded look.

• The lower boot has a strap across the ankle area.

• No buckles or other decoration is visible.

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Light Saber:

 

• 1st option: no blade and is attached to the hip with the half curve situated to the front.

 

• 2nd option: half circle single blade

 

• 3rd option: full circle double blade.

 

• Circle part of the blade has a inset/cut out shape with writing along the inner bevel.

 

• The blade, if used, is red in color.

 

I don't know if the legion will require this to be exact like they do for other prime characters, but they might?

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  • 3 weeks later...

Edited the above description with new detail clarifications. 

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Hi all. My wife is wanting to do a Second Sister outfit. She is not a current member but wants to do this and join up. 

I can not find a crl for the second sister only the seventh sister. 

If we have all elements for the outfit would it need to go with the 501st local or straight to you guys for approval?

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The CRL is not needed for first approval. It will be wrote as the first person puts in a costume to be judged. My write up is information that has been gathered from the Second Sisters Build Group on facebook (which has really great hi-res images to help you). 

To submit you will need to gather your references. A 360 of the character is recommended as well as close ups of details. The level of available reference material is amazing, so they'll probably be looking for something as accurate as can be translated from a 3D game character. Once you have the outfit built, take the appropriate photos for submissions.  

The Flagship Eclipse is the detachment and you can find further instruction on submission and contacting your unit here: https://databank.501st.com/databank/Join_Us

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Hi,

I have been a member of the Legion for a little over a year. Am very interested in doing this costume.

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I am curious what about Trilla without helmet on. Will the hair and what not be optional or required for approval like Bo-Katarn Kryze.

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On 4/9/2020 at 12:07 AM, Ashlyn_Dubreas said:

I am curious what about Trilla without helmet on. Will the hair and what not be optional or required for approval like Bo-Katarn Kryze.

 

Unmasked will be optional. Bo-Katan's unmasked appearance is optional too.

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On 5/30/2020 at 6:04 AM, chrysamere said:

 

Unmasked will be optional. Bo-Katan's unmasked appearance is optional too.

Awesome, thank you!

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Has there been any new developments on this?
I'd love to see a more complete "mock up" CRL (yes, I know there won't actually BE a CRL until the first person is approved) if there is one floating about.

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Is there any new development? Any news at all?

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We have a couple people close to submitting in the fb group. The finishing of the neck seal is their last step. But as far as I know, there's no official CRL yet. 

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