I'm convinced. :) But the thing here is, it is hard for water to be simply kept out since the cloaks have already absorbed it. It is just like using a piece of cloth and try to wipe the cloaks dry. But the shield might be removing the MOLECULES of water instead. Once it 'detects' water molecules on a surface, out it goes.
Maybe this time, Lucas got such things right. :) What about Jar Jar? Is he wet when he entered? This I've got to see. If he is, then...
It doesn't look like he's wet, either. Lol maybe the shield is build so it is making hair all pretty??? Or not messy...? But that wouldn't be possible.
Well... this is Star Wars... :D I'm still wondering how Darth Sidious manages to get his eyes covered in the Dark ALL the time. Sometimes it remains covered even when the hood doesn't seem to be in the correct position.
Because he wears cool sunglasses *lol* can you imagen the emperor rocking to "i wear my sunglasses at night" ??? lool thats hilarious!!!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
/me is cracking up
well there is showtime lighting u know. there could be a strategicly placed light right above his head that just hapens to be off-camera. :D.
You need to make on big thread and a admin can make ita sticky icky
everyone knows Qui-Gon has all purpose hair gel, so it stayed normal. = )
thats it :rolleyes: :lol:
lol 'all purpose hair gel' :lol: :lol: :lol: thats hilarious!!!! i think a jedi master like Qui-gon would prefer the cheaper hair spray. :agreed:
no quis not that tacky. hes more of a molding putty kinda of guy to me
Sunglasses, eh? Now I know what he meant by the 'Dark Side'. :D
Anyway, these bubbles are called hydrostatic bubbles. I got this name from the Visual Dictionary, and yes, it does keep water out.
Hmm... I wonder where my previous post went...