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    Judge Death full build WIP

    Elbow pads.. The first shot is the before and after shaping of the EVA foam dome piece, the next are the shaped dome pieces and the underlay, they were then fused together with Contact Cement. I was going to use the same Worbla method as the bones on the shoulder pad to make the fingers on this...
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    Judge Death full build WIP

    Thanks Gothic! Your Judge Fear build is amazing!
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    Judge Death full build WIP

    Haha.. I'm also interested in how the helmet turns out! I'm working on it at the moment, its made of EVA Foam, but the top is not the right shape so I'm reshaping with body filler. Continuing on with my progress.. Left Shoulder: Constructed with EVA Foam base; The bones were first made with a...
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    Judge Death full build WIP

    First I'd like to say this is a great sub thread, its great to see so many talented and dedicated Judge Dredd and 2000AD fans. I've learned a lot and been quite inspired. I'm currently making a full Judge Death costume, the Dark Judges have long been a favorite and I thought Death would be a fun...
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    Fallout 4

    I would love that. Everything is amazing and everyone is living out the American dream, then panic and chaos. I really want to look around the pre-war house and neighbourhood.
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    Fallout 4

    I thought it was leather for a while too, which was about to be a very expensive cosplay! Fallout 1 and 2 (art directed by Leonard Boyarsky) are probably not denim as they're going for a sci-fi captain hero of the future kind of look. I have some friends who cosplay Vault 13 and they've used...
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    Fallout 4

    The quote from Adam is included in this wiki http://fallout.gamepedia.com/Vault_jumpsuit and the full developer diary can be found here, it's a really interesting read. I hope we get a developer diary for Fallout 4, I'm interested to learn more about the weapons :)...
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    Fallout 4

    Yeah. I've been sent the wiki link a few times. After reading Adam's quote I was 100% certain it was denim because he was the person who instructed the texture and 3D artists to make it denim. I've also worked with textiles for a number of years and leather doesn't drape and fold like that. The...
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    Fallout 4

    Thanks :) F3 and NV was definitely denim. Aside from looking like denim in the texture files, I found a quote from the lead artist, Adam Adamowicz in an old Bethblog developer diary from Fallout 3 and he says. "Designing, or redesigning the (fallout 3) vault suit meant adhering to canon, and...
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    >> New Members: Please Introduce Yourselves Here! <<

    Hi RPF, I'm new here. I've been learning about art, craft and textiles for 20 years, and creating replica props and costumes for 3. I've found that a lot of my creative skills have been transferable, which is great. I've been pushing myself to learn new things like garment design and...
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    Fallout 4

    Hooooray, Fallout 4! There's a few things I noticed. Pip-boy The pip-boy is simplified and appears to be updated to have a light globe for the light function, which is a nice addition. It also moved the settings dials to the right, which makes more sense from a usability view. Vault...
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