19 / May

Darth Revan Costume

Inspired by Revan as seen in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic first released in 2003. KOTOR contains one of my favorite stories that fits so perfectly with its role-playing game environment, and I am proud to have met the lead author of the story, Drew Karpyshyn.

This costume was one of the first I ever made, and I feel like I have perfected it over the years. The photos here are a bit out of date. The chest armor has 4 lobster clasps and 12 proper solid metal rings at the bottom. I also developed an undermask for added comfort and to deflect breath to keep the visor from fogging up. I just recently updated the fabric to solid twill that holds better ironed pleats on the cape and around the shoulders.

That is me in the 501st CRL, so you are almost guaranteed approval, but, of course, it is always up to your GML in the end.


  • Armor made from vacuum-formed plastic and impact-resistant polyurethane plastic,
  • Armor includes: mask, undermask, flexible plastic form-fitting torso armor (front and back) with metal rings and flexible joint between upper and lower sections, bracers and hand armor, and large ring with straps, double rings, and detailed greeblies
  • Fabric includes: hood with shoulder wrap and pinned folds, cape with full pleats, hakama (skirt-like piece) with box pleats at top, black sash, ribbed red sash
  • Hand painted acrylic with protective enamel coating
  • Unique fan-made original

You can see the required measurements here.