Star Wars Ahsoka Tano Costume Based on Concept Art
Star Wars Celebration took place over the weekend, and RoboEmma went to the gathering as Ahsoka Tano. She based the outfit on unused concept art that never had the chance to be animated for Star Wars: The Clone Wars. RoboEmma used the sketches to design the outfit and spent four months working on it. She says:
I made absolutely everything from scratch EXCEPT for the lightsabers, which are from Solo’s Hold. The montral/lekku are a latex cast and they took a solid month to figure out/make and I still can’t believe they worked. I’ll be debuting this costume at Celebration Orlando.
You can see a look at the head-tails in progress below.
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