Obi-Wan Kenobi was born in 57 BBY, the first son of a moderately wealthy family, and was taken to Coruscant to begin his Jedi training shortly thereafter. His homeworld was Stewjon, from which Kenobi had vague, pleasant memories of playing with his brother, Owen, in a green, grassy area. It is recorded that Kenobi might have occasionally visited Owen and the rest of the Kenobi family later in his life. Source Wookieepedia
Tan outer tunic in material as close to animation as possible (no crinkle), mid-thigh length, with shoulder tucks.
Dark brown inner tunic rides high on the neck.
Tan tabards in same material as as outer tunic starting at the obi in the rear and falling just below outer tunic in the front.
Tan obi in same material as outer tunic and tabard. Obi should extend 1”-1.5” beyond the top and bottom of the belt. Obi closure at rear should be inconspicuous.
Clone Wars Jedi white animated style forearm armour:
– Right arm has Open Circle flying fleet logo
– Left arm has comlink
– All armour pieces must have the correct weathering
– All armour pieces must be made from a rigid material (no foam allowed)
Black gloves, pain and simple style with white animated style armour hand plate attached. No rubber moulding such as Mechanics gloves.
Kahki coloured pants, no visible pockets.
Dark brown animated style leather belt, small inner strap, no studs, bow tie style animated silver buckle. Belt components must be arranged in proper order.
Two (2) tall brown leather pouches in style of the animation
One (1) Revenge of the Sith style large dark brown leather rear pouch
Covertec clip (original style)
Reddish brown leather or leather like boots with spats, knee high, with one strap at ankle. Revenge of the Sith style.
Revenge of the Sith Hero lightsaber, Also acceptable is the modifications to make it more accurate to the animation. The lightsaber may be a static prop (hilt-only). Attached blade(s), LED lights, and sound effects, are allowed but not required. If bladed, blade is blue. (No toy sabers, no Ultimate FX short saber).
Standard reviewed and approved by the Costume Standards Committee: 9 March 2018
Author: Hendu (Ben Henderson)
PLEASE NOTE: The costume standards are a guide, yet are not an all inclusive outline of required elements. The judges will be looking for quality of workmanship, accurate execution and use of materials in addition to these general standards check lists. If you have a question about fabrics, colours, and parts choices for your build please contact the Detachment Officer for your category about parts/materials you are considering before you start your build, or post a ‘Work in Progress’ (WIP) thread on the forum. (LCJ listing here)