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Jyn Erso - Eadu
Member:  jen0farc
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Echo Base
Character Name:  Jyn Erso - Eadu
Costume Type:  Fringe
Formal/Canon
Species:  Human
Smuggles:
Home World:
Vallt

Character/Costume Description

Jyn Erso's costume as seen on in the scene
on Eadu in Rogue One.

Jyn wears a coat that wears like a kimono
in the front and like a poncho in the back. I
patterned and constructed mine the same
way, out of a dark olive cotton, which is
consistent with the costume that was on
display at Celebration 2016 in London.
Photo
kindly shared by Jenna Hunt Blackledge:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/jo2cvidzzfl280j
/jhb%20photo.png?dl=0


A note about colors. I referred often to the
amazing photographs taken by
Withoutastitchon and posted to her Flickr
account, seen here:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/withoutastitc
hon/sets/72157668427075574/with/2834
2904552/
And while they show amazing detail, the
photographs have been lightened to show
the
detail since the costume was in such a dark
exhibit hall. The coat is not as light as it
appears in these photos.


I also collected a variety of further
reference images from around the web:
screen
caps, production stills, photos of toys, in
this folder:

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/uduajdx9ns0j
k41/AADFBp1EC52L7OhIRkmHdpVLa?dl=0






The front wraps right over left with four
rows of topstitching along the right top.
The
waist has six rows of topstitching. The
lower front below the wast has two large
square
topstitching details and two snap "backs" at
the bottom center. There is a large pocket
positioned diagonally parallel to the
crossover neckline on the right side. The
left side
has a pocket for a comm pad with two rows
of topstitching on the bottom. Comm pad
is silver metallic and screen accurate.
Seams are flat felled. Both left and right
fronts
also have seams placed somewhat like
princess seams, curving near the sides.

The back is a free-flowing poncho, with
tapered ends that hit around mid-knee.

Sleeves are partially contiguous with the
poncho back and have a flat felled
underarm
seam. There is no top shoulder seam.
Sleeves are approximately bracelet-length,
so
the cuffs of the jacket can be seen
underneath.

Collar is a high mandarin with what appears
like six rows of topstitching, secured with
an approximately 1" flap.

Hood is a 3-piece construction, with front
flap extensions. Left flap extension has a
black screen accurate greebie.

On top of the coat is a bandolier made of
cotton webbing crossing from the right
shoulder to the left hip. The right shoulder
begins with a wider cartridge holder with
five silver cartridges, and a series of screen
accurate buckles and clips connected by a
narrower cotton webbing. Below the
cartridge is a piece of webbing that secures
a
screen accurate commlink with a single
snap. The bandolier ends at the left hip
with a
bag containing either a silver air tank or a
sidearm peeking out with two large tubes at
the bottom. The bag is in the same color
family as the coat and has twill tape edging
and a green handle and wrapped with 1"
straps, sliders and buckles. Near the bag
on
the bandolier is a short strap running
parallel to the body that ends in a clip
where the
extendable baton hangs.

A dark brown translucent face mask is worn
around the neck, hanging from a strap
with sliders and clips. The mask has silver
greeblies on each side and connects to the
strap with silver attachments. The mask is
connected to a similarly translucent darkly
colored hose that connects to the left hip
bag.

The cap has a pleated top and a flap around
the head that is flipped up and secured
around the head with the strap of a set of
dark-lensed 70s-era ski goggles which also
sit on the cap. The goggles are weathered
and have a leather connection detail on the
strap. Cap is in the same color family as
the coat. On the left temple the hat also
has
a side lamp clipped to the goggles strap,
with the forward facing lamp section
connected by a wire to the power pack.

The blaster is a stormtrooper-issue E-11,
Jyn pulls it off a stormtrooper on the
landing
pad.

The remaining parts of the costume: the
jacket, the pants, the holster, the A180
blaster, the boots, and the gloves, are all
the same pieces from my Legion-approved
Jedha Jyn costume:
http://www.forum.rebellegion.com/forum/c
ostume.php?
mode=view&c=14009&bu=coslist.php%3Fv
iew%3Dmy&bl=Back+to+my+costumes

 

Pictures on other sites
 back 1

 back 2

 bag detail

 bandolier detail

 bottom detail

 coat greeblie

 front 1

 front 2

 hat goggles 1

 hat goggles 2

 side facing left

 side facing right

 tonfa strap detail

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