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Ahsoka Tano Headpiece How-To

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Ahsoka Tano was introduced in the Star Wars animated series The Clone Wars. We’ve featured a few cosplayers’ takes on her look, including her tricky head tails. As a Togrutan, Ahsoka has head tails that are sort of like lekku. Mia Le Roux built the head piece for her Ahsoka costume and put together a two-part how-to showing how she constructed it. She started with a masking tape head cast and then formed the horn section of the head tails with cardboard and expanding foam. You can see part one below:

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See part two at DeviantArt.

via DeviantArt, top photo by Leyla Heylen Photography


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