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Unread 02-16-2013, 03:54 PM   #1
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Admiral Daro'Xen Cosplay

I love the Quarian looks, but I wanted to do a different cosplay than all the other Talis' out there. I very much would love to do Admiral Daro'Xen's Armor set. The helmet/hood I have covered. I have the general gist and idea of the fabrics over, but I need help with finding out what the base fabric is. It kind of has a fishnet-like look to it. I would just make the pattern with spoonflower if I wanted to, but It looks like it is textured. I was hoping someone might have an idea?
Here are some high quality views of her armor.
Close front view:
Front full body:
http://aquarianfetishist.deviantart....837147 &qo=44
Close up of rear:
http://aquarianfetishist.deviantart....837147 &qo=71
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Unread 09-21-2013, 05:16 PM   #2
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I know this post is kind of old, but did you ever figure out what to do for this fabric? I've run into the same problem (making a multiplayer style Quarian engineer - the model is virtually identical to Xen's). I decided to go with black lycra for the base of the suit, but can't figure out what to do about the honeycomb pattern.

Some kind of fishnet overlay? Or maybe just stencil it on? Right now I'm leaning toward stenciling, because trying to do an overlay with two different stretch fabrics sounds like a real nightmare.

If you found a solution, let me know!
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Unread 09-22-2013, 11:51 PM   #3
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I'd like to make it made of latex, maybe next year. I guess it is possible to make a replica.
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