TARS Cosplay

TARSplayWohl nicht nur für mich war TARS der wahre Star in Interstellar: „This is my full-sized walking replica of the robot TARS … It took 3 months to build, and was unveiled at Emerald City Comic Con (Seattle) in March 2015, where it interacted with the public and even won me the „One To Watch“ award in the costume contest!“ 

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“Super Flemish” – Superhelden und Star Wars Renaissance-Cosplay von Sacha Goldberger


Der Fotograf Sacha Goldberger hat für sein Projekt „Super Flemish“  einschlägig bekannte Figuren aus Comics, Star Wars und Märchen ins 16. Jahrhundert versetzt. Bemerkenswert dabei, dass die Bilder nicht am Rechner, sondern mit Hilfe von Kostümmachern und Visagisten entstanden sind. Das komplette Set  und ein Making-of gibts wahlweise auf seiner Webseite oder bei Facebook.

(via Kotaku)

Zum Selberbasteln: Tragbarer Daft Punk Helm aus dem 3D-Drucker


Ein Daft Punk Helm mit LED-Schnickschnack zum Ausdrucken! Ich sollte mich mal nach ’nem Hackerspace mit 3D-Drucker umschauen…

YouTube: 3DPrinted Daft Punk Helmet (via Adafruit Industries Blog)

Build this massive wearable 3D printed LED helmet to your next party, halloween or cosplay event! you can easily to fit a strip of LEDs inside the helmet for making an epic LED costume. You can even customize the helmet in CAD software to fit your head!

Read the complete guide:

Download Available on Thingiverse

Edit 3D Model in 123D Design

Personalisiertes Han Solo in Carbonite Cosplay


Das härteste Star Wars Cosplay seit Äonen. Wer auch mal als personalisierte Tiefkühltruhe im zeitlosen Karbonit-Design gehen möchte, findet eine ausführliche Anleitung bei instructables-User thorssoli. (Lizenz: CC BY-NC-SA 2.5 / via TheGrue)

A while back a friend of mine asked me if I could help him build a replica of Han Solo encased in carbonite to hang on the wall in his basement bar (which he’d themed to look like the throne room of Jabba the Hutt). So I told him I’d look into it and see what’s involved. While I was sitting in the cafe one morning, poring over photos of the original prop, my friend Jenny wandered in and asked what I was doing.

So I told her.

„Can you really make that?“ she asks.

„Sure,“ says I, „it’s actually not such a big deal.“

„Does it have to be Han Solo?“ says she.

„No,“ I replied, „it’s actually easier if it’s someone who can come into the workshop for lifecasting. That’ll save me the trouble of finding or sculpting a copy of Harrison Ford’s face.“

„What if it was me?“ says she.

The conversation ended with her gleefully agreeing to come to the workshop and put in all of the labor and pay for all of the materials required to make the project possible. My role was to provide parts and technical advice…