Anakin Skywalker (Episode III)

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Anakin Skywalker – was a Force-sensitive Human male who served the Galactic Republic as a Jedi Knight and later served the Galactic Empire as the Sith Lord Darth Vader. Born to the slave Shmi Skywalker in 41.9 BBY, Anakin was conceived by midi-chlorians, the symbiotic organisms that allowed individuals to touch the Force, and he and his mother were brought to the desert planet of Tatooine to be the slaves of Gardulla the Hutt.

They soon ended up as the property of the Toydarian Watto, and Skywalker exhibited exceptional piloting skills and a reputation for being able to build and repair anything even at a young age. In 32 BBY, Skywalker encountered the Jedi Qui-Gon Jinn and Padmé Amidala, and he helped them secure the parts they needed for their starship by winning the Boonta Eve Classic podracing event—only to learn that he had also won his freedom in doing so.

(Source: Wookiepedia)



 1. Outer Tunic (OT): Dark brown (darker than inner tunic and pants, and not appearing black) gauze-type weave with a crinkle texture. The direction of the crinkle texture should run vertical on the main body of the OT and along (parallel with) the sleeves. The crinkle texture on the collar should run parallel to the collar-OT seam

  • Heavy Cotton Gauze is preferred. Lighter cotton gauze fabrics should be doubled or lined
  • Collar should be approximately 2 inches in width
  • Bottom hem of the OT should be at mid-thigh level
  • The hem on the bottom of the OT and the end of the left sleeve should be approximately 1 inch wide
  • Sleeves should be tucked under the shoulder (“shoulder tucks”) that are at least 1.5 inches deep
  • The end of the left sleeve opening should be at least 1.5 times the width of the hand when spread out (measuring from tip of thumb to tip of pinky finger)
  • The right sleeve can be shortened and cuffed in order to fit into the glove without being bunched
  • The OT should be made such that there is a skirt that hangs below the obi and which is attached with a seam to the upper portion of the OT, in order to give a full drape to the lower portion (rather than being form fitting)
  • OT should be closed left front panel over the right front panel, with no visible closure mechanism

 2. Cloth Tabards: made of the same fabric as the Outer Tunic, and extending the same length as the OT to the front while ending under the Obi in back

  • Cloth Tabards run underneath the leather tabards and, on the back, form a “V”, but do not cross
  • Typically made in a “Y” form where the lower portion of the “Y” hangs below the Obi, in front
  • The crinkle texture of the fabric should run parallel to the direction of the Cloth Tabard
  • The width of the Cloth Tabards should be the same as the Leather Tabards and extend from the collar-to-OT seam (at the neck) to just past the edge of the shoulder tuck portion of the OT

3. Leather Tabards: Dark brown leather (fine grain) or pleather tabards with a shoulder and waist seam (waist seam is covered by the Obi). The color should be at least as dark (or darker) than the Outer Tunic, but should not appear as black

  • In similar fashion to the Cloth Tabards, the Leather Tabards should be made in a “Y” shape
  • Leather Tabards should end below the bottom hem of the Outer Tunic in front AND back. The front Leather Tabards can extend further than the back tabards, but should not extend past the knee
  • The preferred material for the Leather Tabards would be fine-grained sheepskin leather

4. Obi (or sash): made of the same fabric as the Outer Tunic

  • The direction of the crinkle texture of the fabric should run diagonally (rather than parallel) across the Obi
  • The Obi should extend approximately 2 inches above and below the leather belt
  • The closure system should not be visible

5. Inner Tunic (IT): Chocolate brown bubble gauze type fabric without obvious crinkles as the Outer Tunic. Colour is lighter than the OT/Cloth Tabards/Obi and is the same colour as the pants

  • Can be made in similar style as the Outer Tunic OR may be a full or false tunic (since only the collar and left sleeve shows)
  • Collar is approximately 2 inches wide
  • Left sleeve extends to the wrist and is form fitting to the arm
  • Closure should be left over right with no visible closure mechanism
6. Pants: Brown lightweight cotton twill texture of the same color as the Inner Tunic (and lighter than the Outer Tunic). Should appear slightly full (or baggy) and tucked into the boots

7. Belt: Dark brown leather belt, and lighter than the Leather Tabards, Glove and Boots. The belt consists of two belts, a wider inner (against the Obi) belt approximately 2.25 inches in width and an outer belt approximately 0.75 inch in width. The thinner outer belt is held in place with eight (equally spaced) silver button studs and closes with a rectangular side release (or snap closure) buckle

  • Outer (thinner) belt has two leather keepers on either side of the center buckle
  • Both belts may be a smooth grain leather that is aged
  • The inner (against the Obi) belt has two incised lines running parallel to the length of the belt and approximately 0.25 inch from each edge. The outer (thinner) belt has similar incised lines very near each edge
  • The belt is closed in the back with a large keeper hiding the closure mechanism. (No visible closure mechanism)
  • The belt accessories should be arranged in the proper order (see below)

8. Belt Accessories (Pouch and Boxes)

  • One dark brown leather pouch with a hidden snap or magnetic closure, approximately twice as tall as the inner (against the Obi) belt and half as thick as the resin cast boxes. There should be scored vertical lines on the flap
  • One wide, smooth, resin-cast, brown, rectangular box with a centered, gold, elliptical button. Worn on the back right next to the centered keeper
  • One wide, ribbed, resin-cast, reddish-brown (and may have, but is not required to have small gold buttons on each side)Worn on the back left next to the centered keeper. This box is slightly larger than the smooth brown box (with centered, gold elliptical button)

9. Food Capsules, eight in total and measuring approximately 2.25-2.5 inches long by 0.5 inch wide. The Food Capsules are coloured two each: gold, silver, copper, gunmetal. Originally made from Staedtler Liquid Roller Point Pen caps with a half hemisphere glued to the opening.

  • Four Food Capsules are worn on each side (of the belt) and are placed in the following order, front to back: silver, copper, gold, gunmetal. Actual placement is listed next
  • Four Food Capsules are worn on the left hip (behind the Covertec Clip). Two are worn on the left hip immediately behind the leather pouch. Two are worn on the left hip immediately in front of the leather pouch
10. Covertec Clip, original design, worn on the left hip between the buckle and the four Food Capsules

11. Belt Accessory Arrangement

  •  From center back of the belt and proceeding around the waist from the wearer’s right to left: brown rectangular box with centered gold button, silver button stud set, silver Food Capsule, Copper Food Capsule, leather pouch, gold Food Capsule, gunmetal Food Capsule, silver button stud set, center buckle, silver button stud set, Covertec Clip, gunmetal Food Capsule, gold Food Capsule, copper Food Capsule, silver Food Capsule, silver button stud set, reddish-brown ribbed box

12. Boots, dark brown leather (or leather-like), knee high (but not over the knee) with medium gloss shine and a rounded toe. No visible laces or zipper. Zipper is located on the front of the boot and is covered by a knee-high spat with vertical ribbings. The knee-high spats are approximately one inch taller than the boots

  • Three 1 inch wide straps, two located at the top of the boots, and one located around the ankle

13. Glove, Right Hand

  • Dark brown leather (or leather-like material), the same or slightly lighter than the Leather Tabards
  • Covers approximately three-quarters of the forearm
  • External stitching giving a quilted appearance of bands that are perpendicular to the length of the glove and are located between each metal buckles and across the back of the hand. Quilted appearance should be screen accurate
  • Three silver buckles on the top of the arm, each corresponding to a ribbed rubber strap on the underside of the arm
  • The preferred leather used for the glove would be fine-grained sheep skin
14. Lightsaber, ROTS Hero lightsaber hilt. Master Replicas, Hasbro or costume build lightsaber matching that used in ROTS are accepted 

15. Scar on Face, running vertically across the outer corner of the right eye, beginning in the middle of the right temple and terminating just below the eye

  • Prosthetics/make-up or applied and painted gelatin are acceptable
16. Hair, medium length and parted on the left with an Alexander-the-Great style cut. Natural hair or a synthetic wig is acceptable. Costumer must be clean shaven 


1. Hooded Jedi Master’s Robe

  • Dark brown, wide, non-lined, hooded robe with full sleeves and body
  • Wool fabric preferred
  • Sleeves have deep hems (of approximately 4-5 inches)
  • Front of robe and hood are short hemmed (approximately 1 inch)
  • Hood is gathered around the neck
  • Deep shoulder tucks measuring at least 3 inches or greater

PLEASE NOTE: Measurements are given in this costume standard. These measurements are based on an individual being approximately the same size as the actor portraying this character. As is always the case, the Rebel Legion is far more concerned about a costume fitting the wearer and being proportional than with actual measurements. While for some, these measurements will be accurate. For others, some adjustments would be required to have the costume appear proportional to a given body type.


1. Rebel Legion Anakin Forums
2. Padawan’s Guide


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 LCJs for your category about parts/materials you are considering before you start your build. (LCJ listing here)

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