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STAR TREK COSPLAY
StarTrek-Original Era Style (Revised) | Star trek cosplay, Star trek characters, Star trek
Dress up as one of the best leaders the Starfleet has ever seen, Captain James T. Complete this Star Trek: The Original Series costume with some pants, maybe a phaser, and definitely some attitude! Live long and prosper, indeed! This costume includes a form-fitting blue dress with a black collar shiny gold wrist bands and a replica Star Trek emblem pin. Look your best and impress Star Trek fans young and old in this officially licensed costume. This form-fitted mini-dress features three-quarter sleeves and a deep, plunging neckline. Gold bands line the cuffs of the sleeves and the Star Trek logo emblem adds a little sci-fi flair.
STAR TREK GIRLS
Since that time, the series expanded beyond the Original Series into an animated continuation, multiple spinoff series, prequels, comics, graphic novels, books, and more than a dozen movies. Ever since the series first began, people were quick to create costumes honoring their favorite characters. While there are thousands of cosplayers and fans who have thrown on a Starfleet uniform or two over the years, it takes a lot of work and time to manage a cosplay of some of the more detailed and impressive aliens. Cosplayers who put in the time, money, and creativity to emulate their favorite characters deserve recognition for their efforts. She is an accomplished painter and has attended and won more cosplay competitions than most of the people found on this list.
A craft fail because the thumb is not extended, but still a good idea that you could fix. With my own costume debut approaching fast, I thought it'd be fun to take a look at some of your cosplay triumphs. So here are a few Epbot readers and some Epbot readers' kids showing off their geeky awesomeness: This is Jake M. The best part is Jake made the whole costume, and the proton pack started out as a plastic paint tray and a bunch of hardware store odds and ends.