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Our trinity serves the Lady Nocturnal by Sakara-Siluria Our trinity serves the Lady Nocturnal by Sakara-Siluria
Nightingales from the game The Elder Scrolls - Skyrim.
I am the Nightingale on the left of the pic.
Photo by Dim Horizon Studio. Taken during Dragon Con 2013
I love this edit as the trees in the background look just like the ones in Riften.

If you know who the other two are, let me know so i can credit them.
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SchmiedeTraum Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2014
Some pretty ones ;-)
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Sakara-Siluria Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2014
Thankyou! It is the prettiest armour in the game :)
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SchmiedeTraum Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2014
Hood, mask and armour hard lines in the dark concept is pretty cool.
Iam sure, it was a a lot of work.
What are the armors made of?
Iam working with leather from time to time, but there are other materials to know about ^^
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Sakara-Siluria Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2014
I cant answer for the other two, but my suit is made from EVA foam ( called craft foam, funky foam) That was glued in over lapping sections to create the body, bracers and boots. then the foam was coated with a product called Plastidip, which is a rubber paint, i used the spray form which gives the foam a great leather look. then i painted the costume using acrylics. the undersuit is a lycra that looks like leather that i customised and painted to blend in. you can actually see how i made it on my FB page - www.facebook.com/media/set/?se…

I had thought of using leather, but attaching the segements together would have meant slightly different end look to the armour, which has no obvious stitching or rivetting used. SO i went with how it looked in game
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SchmiedeTraum Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2014
Thanks for process informations.
Found the Plasti-Dip by amazon ^^
Can't look at facebook, because i have no fb account.

Lately i made an armour out of latex for larp.
Segments that are used like Lego elements, stitcht together.
Funky foam is something like Worbla, i believe.
Is in plan for use for one of my next projects.
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Sakara-Siluria Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2014
Craft foam or funky foam is EVA foam, soft flexible material. Small A4 sizes usually used by children, hence the name to appeal to children, but it is in larger pieces brilliant for costumes. I've practiced with Worbla before and it is much like Wonderflex- a thermoplastic. it's rigid and holds it's shape well but has no flexibility in itself, like foam does.

I've not used latex before in costume making but seen it used very well. Im using Worbla next to make some armour pieces that need to be rigid and look when finished like Metal.
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SchmiedeTraum Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2014
Latex is good by using molds, but it's more work than useful for only one time using.

Iam looking forward your next projects ;-)
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Sakara-Siluria Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2014
Thankyou! I just had a alook at your gallery, I LOVE your weapons you have made. Very detailed especially for LARP weapons. I used to do LARP years ago.
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SeptemberSeasons Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2013
Those are some freaking cool ass costumes guys. If i had one id be tempted to scare people at night with them!
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Sakara-Siluria Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2013
hehehe if the weather was so awful here, id be tempted to go out at Halloween in it.
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