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 Transformers costumes/costumers you admire, I know you have idols.
LadyBug
Posted: Dec 6 2011, 03:15 PM


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I was thinking about this today that it would be cool to see other forums member's favorite Transformers cosplayes/cosplayers or just awesome cosplays over all. I know there's a few I've seen online that I've loved and admired for some time. I just know that some day I would love to make a costume like such.


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Ironhide!

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Battle! Prime!

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The fans favorite, Bumblebee!


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NatsumeRyu
Posted: Dec 6 2011, 03:41 PM


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I personally really admire Ikariya's Starscream and Jazz:

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Getting to see all the detail and layers he put into the parts....

But LionBoogy's is up there probably at second too! :) Otherwise, Pilot's work is so clean, and I would say I really admire that, though I haven't managed to see any of her work irl yet. :[

Everybody else I've seen irl is amazing too. I love seeing all the different techniques people use, the materials, and the interpretations of the characters....It is what helped inspire me to be such a cheapie and still attempt costuming. :o)

And whatever minor spotter experience I have too...It was a blessing to be able to help Laserbot somewhat as Jazz, and I was SO GLAD she brought him out again for 2011. I thought I missed my chance to see him irl, and then blam, I got to help spot for her! :) :) :)


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Geminii
Posted: Dec 22 2011, 05:32 AM


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Jace Moore's Starscream is very clean, very easy to move in, and is instantly recognisable by the smirk.

Marc Derepentigny has done a lot for transforming costumes, even if they're a bit clunky artistically.

Robin Murphy's Animated Bumblebee and BlackArachnia.

Lauren Baker's Mirage.

The Veritech at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yBjV4vo1RcU seems to be able to move very well, and looks pretty good too.
Pilot
Posted: Jan 13 2012, 06:19 PM


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Everything by Goldy. *u*

And pretty much everyone here! ;3


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