Batman Arkham Knight Outfit (I just could't help it!)

Discussion in 'DC Costumes and Props' started by STARL0RD, Jun 30, 2015.

  1. STARL0RD

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    I have decided to do this outfit after playing this beautiful game. I will be doing the armored version and if I have time I will be doing the unarmored and the Justice League 3000 suit. I have already completed the belt buckle and I have cut out the pouch inner layers I just need to add fabric to the pouches and finish those up. I then plan on working on the chest armor then the cowl (want to do the mechanism if possible) then boots bracers and under sheath.
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    Here are the pictures of the belt buckle, I have also finished the rough over base of the two thingies just beside the belt buckle, I have also gathered 4 sharpie caps for the cylindrical things on the belt
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  3. SeriousCosplays

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    HOLY S%&T! That looks AWESOME so far. I can't wait to see the rest of this.
     
  4. STARL0RD

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    Thanks bro!
     
  5. Moviepropmaker6

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    Woah nice way to start,looking real good.I'm actually also working on the batman cowl with mechanism.i'm planning on sculpting the separate pieces,and casting them in epoxy resin then adding a motor under each piece and winding thread around each of the motors,so that when they turn they pull each others thread and pull all the pieces togeter
     
  6. Moviepropmaker6

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  7. STARL0RD

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    Any chance of me commissioning one from you? I'd love to have the mechanisms but i'm drawing a blank on how to do it myself
     
  8. Moviepropmaker6

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    Sorry mate,but im not really looking into making more cowls with mechanism to sell ,but i can help u with a way for you to do the mechanism.the way im doing it is is not really hard its an amatuer way.i dont at all mind if you use my mechanism plan.
     
  9. STARL0RD

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    Thanks! and I totally understand; something once is already a very draining process. Thanks again!
     
  10. Moviepropmaker6

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    Your very welcome(even though i pretty much did nothing)but........i thought about it and if my plan for my motorization and all the resin castings work out i'll defiinitely think about a deal with you.
     
  11. molonlabe

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    Im working on same suit working on body armor right now.. Trying to think if how to make cowl work I will be following this very closely
     
  12. STARL0RD

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    Yeah glad to have you on board lol

    Thanks! So I plan on buying some more eva foam then making the armor bits!
     
  13. Moviepropmaker6

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    How much would you be offering for my cowl.in AUD please
     
  14. STARL0RD

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    Say maybe 50-75 plus material cost? also how would I convert from american dollars to AUD?
     

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