Ridd1e made the mask and emblem, and Catherine, of gstqfashions, made the suit and the boots. So very nice!
The bodysuit is a combination of five different fabrics. The base is black stretch neoprene. The green parts are cotton lycra. Stretchy mesh and faux stretch leather add texture and interest to the black areas, while silver metallic spandex accents the chest and torso. The bodysuit has an invisible zipper in the back, so as to not breakup the bodysuit seam design.
The emblem attaches (and dis-attaches) via velcro. Do you know what that means? This suit is super easy to clean!
On a related note, due to some personal stuff that kept me busy, I missed posting about the Green Lantern movie costume that debuted last week. Honestly, I don’t have too much to say about it. I understand there are some haters who think the costume looks painted on, and yeah, I can see their point.
I guess I’ll wait for some finished footage before making up my mind about it. After all, his suit IS all glowy, and the use of CGI does seem appropriate for a live action film. I guess I’m in a “wait and see” mode for now….