This is very new to me and very interesting...
You've done absolutely well... thanks for sharing
I'm blown away, great job friend!
this is a great looking mask, i would love to see how you added the brick/honey comb pattern
so, as there is no puff paint available here, i will try this with window paints
So the vid reminded me more of the original Spider-man. What do?
That looks amazing! Very well done!
Dude... just watched your other YouTube Vids... Great stuff!
Dang....that is absolutely the bomb! great job!
I would love to see you attempt the whole suit! What was your budget for the mask?
Not to high-jack the thread but more to give credit where credit is due - here are some new pics. Love the mask and decided to get some shots tonight.
Can't wait to get into a full suit But its probably better to wait till I lose some more weight :P
That's really cool man, I'd buy one! Great work it looks almost identicle to the real deal not bad at all.
this looks great! how long have you been making costumes for?
Did anyone else notice that the black part of the eyes is actually a dark Blue?
Tyler: The lenses are black, but there is a light making the lens to appear as a blue-ish color.
Steamboat: I'm not so sure, I can see in some pictures that it looks black. But if you look at multiple pictures it has a hint of blue. I also thought it may be the lighting but I think its the paint because each one of these pictures has different lighting and in each the blue shows up in different areas, and some is from the set with set lights which would actually reveal the blueish color
on Google type "the amazing spider man mask" go to page 13 and it's the 3rd one in its front view and you can see it
Last edited by tylerswim23; Mar 18, 2012 at 8:10 PM.
Hey guys! So I think I'm making a full suit, I'll be sure to post updates here.
i think i love you even more now
Yeah I'm starting to see it now.
Ok, I have a question for those of you familiar with the Dye-sub process. I have the original Spiderman files, but I feel like they're WAY to small. Is there anyone (preferably someone 5'9" or so) that has experience printing that could give me a measurement from armpit to armpit or something that might help me scale it? Many thanks.
I sent you some pics last night. Hopefully they help.