This is really cool, and it was the perfect shot. A very realistic martial posture unlike many of the impractical martial stances and postures SW cosplay models take for their pictures. My only critique is that the point of the saber should be facing in the direction of where your eyes lead the force, unless you want to add an effect like you just slashed with the anterior lightsaber. Other than that, this is a top notch job right here. The look in the eyes is very real, very martial, very Jedi. One of my favorites already.
Is it safe to assume this is a SWTOR era Jedi? I want to add this to an article I'm writing on SWTOR Cosplay.
Ohgosh, this is great! Self-made lekku? Because I've been looking at Pam's Twi'lek lekku tutorials, and holy buckets, XD. Casting and molding. (You probably already answered that question, though, now that I look at the date of the image.)
Also great headdress. Straps can be a real pain.
Hope to cross sabers with you some day, as I'm more on the dark side of costuming. (Purely figuratively, of course, in relation to the sabers.)
Thanks My lekku were made by Pam (I've seen what goes into latex appliances, and I'm in awe of people with the skills to make them). I do make it to the US for conventions, I always enjoy meeting other SW costumers
Its not a "weird" look, more like "deep in thought with the Force". Where is that location, btw? It looks like it could be used as a background for other costume types, like storybook characters or something.