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Benezia - asari head design detail by Sakara-Siluria Benezia - asari head design detail by Sakara-Siluria
Matriarch Benezia from Mass Effect. Costume made and worn by me. asari prosthetic by :iconterra-fen: aka The Mad Masker.
Thanks to :icontroodon80: for the Benezia head references.

photo by Destinysway Photography
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jodiesmind Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2014
You look just amazing, there are no words! You ARE Benezia!
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Sakara-Siluria Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2014
That makes me so happy to hear that, thankyou so much! :D
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Nerdbutpro Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2013
Amazing! *_*
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Sakara-Siluria Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2013
Thankyou so much !
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leonkaonka Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2013
Nice work, it's impressive :)
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Sakara-Siluria Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2013
Thankyou! :D
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TariSaralonde Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2013
it cOMES OFF HOLY JDKSHFADHGFKJSH

Jeepers, you're amazing.
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Sakara-Siluria Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2013
Yeah i really wanted to get some photos with the headdress off, so i went for it and did the full prosthetic underneath too :D
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TariSaralonde Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2013
And the prosthetic looks SUPER neat. Did you do your own makeup?

I'm just so impressed that you actually made such a functional headpiece. Usually that kind of thing is on there for better or worse. Is it a huge effort to take it off?
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Sakara-Siluria Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2013
Hi, yes i did. I'll admit there is a little bit of photoshop on the seam line as i had to rush to get out in time for a photoshoot, and as most of the time i was wearing the headdress (which only works with the prosthetic underneath), but the makeup and prosthetic painting are all my own work.
It takes around 2 hours to put it all on, and about an hour to take it off as i use alcohol airbrush paints usually and proper prosthetic adhesives. I take it off slowly so as not to damage the prosthetic. I use a proper prosthetic adhesive remover which is oily and you have to carefully work a cotton bud dipped in it around the edge of the prosthetic and work it loose. Once off its then a case of removing any residual glue and the makeup.
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