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Master and Apprentice

 

Pam with Doug Wangler, the original model for Quinlan Vos

 

Celebration IV * Los Angeles

 

 

 

 

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I first got the idea to make a Twi'lek costume while I was standing in the endless lines of Star Wars Celebration II. There were a number of Twi'lek costumes around me, and I found myself repeatedly caught somewhere between two thoughts:

 

"There's another Aayla! That's really cool!"

 

and...

 

"C'mon, people... stuffed nylons? We can do better than that!"

 

And so, I set about the task of creating a Twi'lek costume of my own. Stuffed nylons were not an option I was willing to entertain, and neither was sewing a pair of lekku out of fabric; so I spent the next few months researching. Eventually I settled on a method commonly used to make latex masks, and I began the challenge of learning about using latex and body paints.

 

I designed this web page to chronicle how it all worked out, and to share the information that I have learned along the way.  Hopefully it will come in handy for other Twi’lek enthusiasts out there!

 

I have also included a gallery to showcase the stunning Twi’lek creations that have been designed  by other Twi’lek costumers.  There are some incredible costumes out there!

 

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