FINALLY a close up of the cyberplanner that I just finished. ( My last one broke - as per usual) This one fits my face perfectly and goes on so much easier. I salvaged the lights from the previous one to reuse. They turn on much easier as well. I am very happy with this one! And I made the cybermite and hand pulsar and painted the bow tie - as most of you know. lol
Photo by CJ Roberts
Taken at Double Midnight Comics - Free Comic Book Day
* This isn't a professional pic. We were playing around in front of a carnival, and snapped this. I really liked that you can finally see the cyberplanner. So may people have asked me to show a close up - well there ya go.
You can see a full body shot in my gallery too - it is older, but you get the idea.
To answer the question I get asked the most:
How long does it take to put on?
What takes the longest to prepare is my hair believe it or not. I think I might have put another hole in the ozone from the amount of spray and gels I have to use. lol No, seriously, I have a lot of hair. It takes about 30-50 min to get it to look even a little like Matt's. Cross playing is hard! lol
then depending on if the cyberplanner decides to behave…. that only takes about 10-15 min to put on, and set. thats if it doesn't break in the process, which sometimes it does, then I have to repair it.
So in total - I give myself about 2 hours to get ready, just in case.
Now to REMOVE it - that takes longer. it is so fragile. I have to drip rubbing alcohol via toothpicks and q tips underneath every point of contact. Let it soak, the slowly try to remove it with the toothpicks. ( I "saw" the toothpicks back and forth between my skin and the cyberplanner) After about 20-30 min of that, I am usually ready to scream. lol By then it's usually just attached to hair, so I usually say screw it grab scissors and cut my hair.