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Arizona Costume & Prop Builder Started in Star Wars Gear

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Allen Amis is a costume and prop builder working out of Chandler, Arizona. He got his start when Star Wars costuming ignited his passion for building and weathering sci-fi armor. He's won awards and accolades for his ability to bring artistic concepts and renderings to life as wearable costumes and displayable props. His most famous costume, The Samurai Boba Fett, is a show-stopper that even took a prize at Star Wars Celebration, the largest Star Wars convention in the US, and was featured in IO9, Geek Tyrant, and more. He recently finished a full-set Mass Effect Commander Shepard armor, Borderlands masks for an upcoming UAT fan film, finished a Fallout-inspired Mandalorian armor set for the Artmor Charity Auction, Appeared in the widely popular cosplay calendar MenvsCosplay, and has appeared in his Samurai Boba Fett in the hugely popular "Bohemian Rhapsody: Star Wars edition" paradoy video created by the Digital video team at UAT. He's always eager to help fans get their start on bringing their favorite costumes to life, and does several panels and talks throughout the year on the building process. You can catch Allen displaying and even wearing some of his creations at local Comic Book Conventions, Art Walks, and Charity functions throughout the year.

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