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About Yashia

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    Asuras Make-Up Artist
  • Birthday 12/10/1987

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  1. Want to see it anyway! I would join you in doing so, but I already did two Nomad Cosplays
  2. Epic! But I would expect nothing less from you.
  3. Great sketch!
  4. Great thing! Quite different from the original Asuras design, but I dig it! 5/5 cosplayers would cosplay!
  5. This works better than you think. But I was sceptic before doing the Specialists Sergeant spitfire, too. Good luck! It makes a lot of fun and is very satisfying to see it slowly progressing
  6. Really great! Already sent it over to CB? As for the combat heels: The posthumans are artificial bodies that don't have to suffer from high heels, so why not going for the good look? They are the next step of mankind anyway! Oh and since I'm a big fan of the Asuras I'd wish for an Asura hacker!
  7. Nearly missed your new posts! Glad you're back!
  8. And the last piece of the Specialist Sergeants clothes.
  9. Looking at that shoulder thingy of the Bandits I would indeed call that harder to handle than the Sin-eater. Nether the less the Sin-eater is cooler! Hope you keep us updated!
  10. Definitely Worbla for the base, since it makes the helmet thinner and therefore more filigree. Think the visor and the antennas will be the sandwich of both.
  11. The Specials Sergeants Collar. The white pieces are Worblas Kobra Cast - a thermoplast that will attach the collar to the breastplate.
  12. The gloves for my #SpecialistSergeant are finished, too.
  13. The official Corvus Belli Artbook has a lot of different styles in it and in this sub-forum you'll find plenty of very talented artists like Mothman just on the first page! Just look through this fan art forum
  14. In the end you will only see a little slice of the shirt, but it's still needed as a base. @Red Harvest: Yeah, if someone is going to scream for a medic I won't even try helping out! The velcro is indeed for the kneepads. But not really to affix it, but more to assist the rest of the attachment. At the side there is a big slice of velcro for keeping the holster in space. You can't really see it in the picture, though. Last time I went through the time schedule I ended up with January / February for finishing the Sergeant. In the meantime though it's more and more likely that I'll pause this project to make a commission job for a fair in October. If this will happen the Sergeant will be further delayed for a few more months. Sorry, I know the wait is long, but with a full time job, several hobbies and some private live going on, I'm a slow cosplayer.