We’ve been hearing that Star Wars costumes were a hot ticket this year. (Even at the White House.) Above, an amazing AT-ST spotted by Ralph Hockens in New York City. (Another shot here.) There are plenty of shots on Flickr – far too many to link – and StarWars.com has a roundup of their coverage, including action figure costumes.
My internet favorite has to be Darth Vader and the Death Star, though.
But our question is: How many did you see? Answer below or on the sidebar.
Spot any more pics on Flickr or the internet? Link ’em in the comments! And don’t forget you can enter the Rebelscum Costume Contest through tomorrow.
Flickr user onkelond transformed a standard LEGO minifig clonetrooper into this upgraded cyclon-esque model with the magic of LED. (Instructions at the link, naturally.) Burning question: Can I get one in Jawa?
For the less electronically inclined, how about X-Wing Beer?
Yes, seriously, knitting patterns. Which were free. Although it appears someone, not the originator (who was “furious” over that development) was selling them. Hmm. (via)
Bonnie reports on last weekend’s Maker Faire – lots of Star Wars and Indiana Jones – over at the starwars.com blog. Above, Adam Savage’s (Mythbusters) replica Grail diary. (Click on the photo for more pics.)
A message from the Mighty Mary Franklin:
I am writing my Bantha Tracks editorial to go with a “Craft” theme, and have decided to write about great Star Wars craft ideas gone all to hell. I know we have some great stories in Club Jade alone! PG and Yav’s “Twin Suns of Corellia” costume, for example, or Jar Jar the F*&*^#g Pinata.
Please send me a brief story and pictures of your Star Wars crafts gone wrong to email@example.com
To meet my deadline for Insider magazine, please send by tomorrow (Tuesday) night. However, if I get a lot of good stories like this I will do a special feature in Bantha Tracks Online, too! Thanks! Jessa.
Bonnie interviews Sammi Resendes about her Star Wars Amigurumi.
Check out closeups of Artoo1121’s adorable Lord of the Rings amigurumi and their sculpey details at Craftster or her blog Geek Central Station.
The latest model, from Carissa Knits. (via)