Red Mage completed for Final Fantasy Fan Fest in Las Vegas, September 2018.
This costume features original printed/finished models by Bindi, with parts fabricated by her in-house FDM and SLA printers. Also features leatherwork and needlework, as well as a first foray into hat making.
Tarecgosa was Bindi’s participation in Zach Fischer’s “Ebon Blade” group at Blizzcon 2018.
The costume features heavy 3D printing elements (designed by Bindi and printed in house) as well as leathercraft and needlecraft. Electronics were included for light elements.
Face makeup was applied by Ladee Danger
Originally for Patreon, this costume features a necklace designed and printed on Bindi’s in-house SLA machine
One of Bindi’s favorite projects - this costume featured leatherwork and needlework, original 3D designs, original electronics (arduino), new finishing techniques, and an original 3D printed wig
Nova was Bindi’s first fully 3D printed costume. Debuted at Blizzcon 2016, this costume was completely 3D modeled and printed in-house by Bindi. It featured an integrated lighting setup (arduino), custom printed body suit, and 5ft rifle
Gwen was a commission for Pax East 2016 for a game called Embers of War.
This was Bindi’s 2nd fully-3dPrinted costume, and she completed it in only a months time. Models were provided by the EoW team and modified by Bindi to be wearable armor. Bindi leased 5 additional 3D printers to finish the project on time.
Each boot weighed 11 pounds.
This costume was for a group cosplay at Colossalcon 2017. It featured 3D printing work, leather work, needlework, and foam.
This costume features 3D printed pieces and a jumpsuit made by Bindi
Bloodseeker featured some of Bindi’s first large-scale 3D printed props (the glaives).
They were printed in 6 pieces each, the helmet printed in 3 pieces.
This costume debuted in 2014.
This costume from 2014 used Sintra (thermoplastic) and foam and pre-dated Bindi’s 3D printed pieces
This cute costume was in collaboration with Stella Chuu and featured a cute boudoir set inspired by Sakizou
This costume from 2013 was Bindi’s first “true” cosplay
This costume from 2014 was a great needlework learning experience for Bindi