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Costume design / Flat Panel to 3D Sculpture

Lou-Fra-Singer Costume(1)A09A0938

Lou-Fra-Singer Costume(3)A09A0934

I went to a dress rehearsal of performance held at a private club, and took pictures

of this costume though, the club was members only private club,

I can’t give any detail but only show those photos.

Lou-Fra-Singer Costume(2)463-001

Obviously the costume was pains takingly made by many designers, working together, still

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I can’t give the detail of who were they, at moment.

—– It was a character in a story, an Eque.

What took my attention of this costume was,

its approach to design the hose head.

The curved structure was divided into each parts,

and formed, shaped, then put together.

—– When I designed something similar, 

a head of Flying Dragon, I figured out the

shape to make it only from the 2 panels, 

= upper part (face) and lower part (jaw), and the

back part of the head was made, cut and bent metal panel. (on top of those, some

additional joint panels, enforcing metal bar etc , still, despite its size and appearance, 

it took only 2 days to make = very simple structure hence easy to make.

—– when designer makes a shape of a horse head, most of the case it would be done by

either Papie-mash or Casted Glass-fiber Epoxy. —– to make it in this way was rather

unusual and looks fun.  🙂


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  1. elenacaravela said, on September 18, 2013 at 13:12

    I agree, different and fantastic design.

    • yoshizen said, on September 18, 2013 at 13:46

      Yes in deed. It was said that the one has been taken two months to make.

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