Shou Abamane (normal) - Burning Rangers




This is to with Mike and Amber!


ryaoki posted on 21 February, 2009 - 08:58
looking superbo mr ninodawg , what did you use for the armour bud

Heero Masaki posted on 21 February, 2009 - 09:54
DEZ! I know exactly what this is, I have been waiting to see you do this for ages! don't worry I won't tell, looking forward to seeing the outcome!

drowned_panda posted on 21 February, 2009 - 10:00
Looks awesome. I CANNOT wait to see this!

Just Hen posted on 21 February, 2009 - 11:19
As soon as I saw the photos, I knew EXCATLY what it was; dispite the fact that I have never actually played the game. Weird. Good luck with the costume!

MangaChild posted on 21 February, 2009 - 22:58
THIS IS LOOKING AWESOME!!!!! you really are putting Amber and Me to shame I cant wait for more updates :D

Kaka Extreme posted on 26 February, 2009 - 23:31
jesus christ that is look epic!!! im looking forward to seeing this! and thank god im going to minamicon so i can actually see this 8D

Defrain posted on 30 March, 2009 - 14:20
great costume see you at expo hopefully

MangaChild posted on 30 March, 2009 - 21:52
Dude your Sho costume was outstanding Thank you so much for taking part in the group :D and Burning Rangers has finally been cosplayed XD

Defrain posted on 2 April, 2009 - 08:12
indeed a cosplay is only epic to the extreme when it has lights lol

Ilpala posted on 2 April, 2009 - 10:46
Dez, I thought you guys were actualy going to take off! :P Most awesome costumes :)

Adamoluna posted on 19 May, 2009 - 16:09
awesome costume! :D Love the armour and props!

Progress Journal

14th March 2009


Misplacing all my own made patterns was a blow!
But still remeasured out a new pattern for the vest and cut it up for the components of the vest and used pvc. The collar was annoying and I had to buy more bias! And why must I puish myself by lining the thing?

1st March 2009

Right arm painted

The main bulk of white was painted with acrylic!
A lesson learned was not to coat the structure with pva glue before painting else the paint cracks! Had to use several layers to get an uncracked finish. The ront was aprayed red and that stayed nicely without cracking. So with acrylic coat after with pva.

1st March 2009

Arms 1

I used a similar technique to make the arms
I have since changed the left arm slightly to add more fatness

1st March 2009

Boots 4

Boots get a lick of paint

1st March 2009

Boots 3

Glued together using Evostik!

1st March 2009

Boots 2

Secong set of boots components

1st March 2009


After the jetpack next step boots
created the shapes with trial and error and cut out from camping mat.