How to make a clone trooper clone wars costume from a photo
“My mom made this for me,” said Chris Haines, whose sister was a clone.
“She got it from her mother.
She’s from Michigan.”
“It’s been a really fun experience,” said Hain, who has been playing the role of a clone since he was a toddler.
“I’ve always been fascinated with the characters.”
His sister, who calls herself the Vixen, is the original Star Wars character, a young girl who joined the Rebellion as a child.
She is voiced by Ashley Eckstein, who also voiced Princess Leia in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Hain and his sister created the costume for themselves by creating a custom costume from scratch.
“It was pretty much just me and a few other kids,” he said.
“There’s a little bit of costume, but it’s really minimal.”
Hain was able to find an old lightsaber lightsaber that his sister had left in a closet at home and he cut it out with scissors.
The lightsaber was a part of a replica that was made from a piece of paper, paper clips, foam board and cardboard, he said, and it took a lot of time and patience to get it right.
“When I was doing it, I was trying to figure out how to cut it and how to do it,” Hain said.
But his sister and other people on Facebook and Instagram were able to help him out.
“My sister came up with the idea of putting a lightsaber inside the costume and using it to open the doors to the room,” he added.
The costume also includes a large holographic camera that can be used to create a holographic version of the Vuxie, Hain explained.
“They made a hologram out of the camera and the lightsaber and the helmet, and put the camera inside the helmet,” he recalled.
“The helmet has the same hologram that’s in the lightsaber.”
The costume was created in about two hours, and Hain had a hard time finding someone to help with the costume, so he decided to donate it to charity.
“We had this old video game and this old toy, and my brother’s girlfriend bought the lightsaber,” he explained.
Hains sister, Sarah, helped him put the lightsaber on his head.
“Sarah is really, really sweet,” he told ABC News.
“And she helped me out so much.”
Hains brother, Jason, helped with the helmet and costume.
“Jason is just so supportive,” Hains said.
He also donated the lightsaber to the school, where it will be displayed in a display case for students.
“You just get a lot out of that,” Hens said.
Hines sister told ABC news she plans to wear it to school.
“If you ever get that chance, you’re gonna be proud,” she said.
Jason and Hains are now working to make more costumes.
“Every year, I have the chance to make something new,” Jason said.