This is the comic art that I based my armor on. The Baroness has had a number of
armor styles over the years, but this one is my favorite. If you would like to see
how I made my armor, please take a look at the tutorials section of our website.
Thereís a link at the top of every page!
Hmm. Maybe the armor came out juuuuuust a little bit too reflective....
Scott and I enjoy attending events with ďhis and hersĒ matched costume sets,
so when he decided that he wanted to make a Cobra Viper costume, it was time for
me to decide on a Cobra costume, too! To be honest, I wasnít very upset about having
to change genres... I was a fan of G.I. Joe long before I learned that Star Wars
existed. My parents very rarely took us to the theater, but we kids did have our
favorite cartoons in the 80ís! I considered making a Scarlett costume at first,
but in the end I decided on the Baroness instead. (Itís not safe to have a crossbow
laying around the house, afterall!) The jumpsuit was fairly simple to make, a wig
was purchased, and then I set to work making accessories for the costume. Iíve been
adding another piece to it for every convention since then. The first con, I had
the armor. The second con added the thigh pieces, the third was a better holster
setup. Iím still planning to add wrist gauntlets, sculpted knees, and perhaps some
shin armor.... This ought to be fun!