So...could anyone print a set out for me?
So...could anyone print a set out for me?
Good work on the Alternate waist sizes for abs, I'm not fat nut have gained a little due to the wife being pregnant and all. But on another note will you be doing the Hand plates, Legs, and Boots?
These look lovely, Robo :] I'm going to start pepping the chest tomarrow
well i messed with the cod piece and there is no way i can modify it in its original scale to fit me, i wear size 34 jeans and its way small on me, i think its because i have a big butt...lol
on another note i finished up my back piece, heres for anyone wondering what it looks like all together
looking good arspec!
Nice pepakura job, arspec. I'm working on my first pep project, a Mk VI Mjolnir helmet, and am almost done with it (just the pep, nothing more yet - two major assemblies to plug together, plus a couple more small pieces to fit in). Not sure it looks as good as your IM Mk IV torso, though.
I told myself I wasn't going to do an Iron Man costume but these peps are causing me to second guess that decision. Excellent work! I'm looking forward to the lower half of the body as I feel that is where the IM design really shines.
Heeej I am a big fan of your models. I'm definatly planning to make your armor once I have time. I don't know how statisfied you are with the hand.. I think it looks great, but I am unsure about the joints. This movie might give you some ideas about the joints in the actual hand from the movies.. it starts around 5:00
again I'm a big fan, so I'm not trying to badmouth you, just hope to inspire you so you can keep up the great work!
MakingOf - Movies - Iron Man 2 - Legacy Studios "Iron Man 2" Suit Tour
Robo... any way we can get pep files that have the open edges capped off? Or at least with support struts. I slush cast Smooth Cast 300 inside my pieces to harden them. It's quick, easy and can be drilled, sanded etc.
I'd like to build each piece and then cap off the open spots... put a circular hole about .25 inches wide and then pour in resin, slush around then remove caps... or if you could just include support struts.. that would work too. I could just use plastic sheeting across open areas.
Quick question; can the brace with the circular opening be adapted to the triangular one just by cutting a triangle rather than a circle? I've got the back, and chest piece done, and the abs are about 60% done and would like to complete the upper part of the suit.
This is amazing man, Great job!
Here's a pic of the triangular chest piece, never built a chest piece before though so go easy on me . Also it may look a bit...off, but think that is because it's not connected to the back, which need to get a start on!
Robo the arm looks great, wasn't sure how it'd look at first but all put together it is quite something, and Arspec I am jealous or your back , hope mine turns out that good!
Last edited by thetrentandpaul; Jun 14, 2010 at 6:57 PM.
One more thing. Any way we can get6 these unfolded Letter size instead of A4? Dubean is a great unfolded and he might be up for it.
I'll be posting some pics of the hand today, and if i get the handplate done, will be releasing the files....
since the 405th has gone down I have been having withdrawals... thank god for therpf
alrighty then....wow i can't believe this thread is up over 120 replies already....
here we have the finished gloves
once hardened and hinged (which i'll leave to people smarter than myself) they should prove to be quite mobile...
they should provide a good starting point, hence why i didn't make them overly detailed on the palm....i'll leave that for you guys....
i'm off to work on the handplate now so hopefully the pep files for all these will be up sometime tomorrow....
That turned out so great
Last edited by STEALTH; Jun 15, 2010 at 3:22 AM.
EXCELLENT! Looks very close to the glove in the video. Just wondering though, is it missing a top piece to the palm?
You're amazing at modeling!
For the under glove, I made a foamies version over a cotton glove and used the latex puffy paint to make joints, I think Ill do this version the same except with resined hand and fingers, you just put on the gloves, and dab a little hot glue on the fingers and slide the finger/palm or whatever over that part, once its all connected and dried, just insert a rubber glove inside of the cotton glove, blow it up just enough to make it look like there's a hand in it, tie the glove up, and then apply the fabric paint in thick striped across the joints, Its very flexible and rubbery! There ya go, mini glove tutorial!
you can see on the parts I completed how the craft puffy paint worked out. Its good stuff. and Im thinking you could get red and use that. It comes in a million colors and is about a buck for a bottle, would be more than enough to do a set. And also you could take some fine grit sandpaper and rub it to make it less shiny but why would you want to do that
Last edited by punisher; Jun 15, 2010 at 3:28 AM.