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Batman v Superman batsuit production made fabric.

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  1. brucebatman

    brucebatman Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    This is a production made test fabric with test emblem by Warner bros for Ben Afflecks bat-suit this thing is awesome and changers colors in different lighting it also has a silver sheen to it depending on the light source. WP_20150829_005.jpg WP_20150829_008.jpg WP_20150829_010.jpg WP_20150829_007.jpg
     
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    chriscornell New Member

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    looks awesome. is the pattern textured?
     
  3. brucebatman

    brucebatman Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Hi yes its one of the prototypes for the movie.
     
  4. reaton89

    reaton89 Active Member

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    Interesting... So when you say prototype, do you know if they tweaked the shape at all? Obviously it's pre-texture, but the shape isn't really what I was expecting. Then again, I could see the shape of the chest making it appear bulkier. Cool piece.
     
  5. brucebatman

    brucebatman Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Tbh I think the emblem was just stuck on to see what it would look like on the fabric I'm not sure its the exact size of the screen used but it does look much bigger in person.
    Its all rubber with a transparent dark grey stretch material on the back very similar to the man of steel suit.
     
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    brucebatman Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Alburybatman New Member

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    Whats your take on how to replicate the fabric?
     
  8. brucebatman

    brucebatman Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    WP_20150915_006.jpg WP_20150915_004.jpg finally received my other piece this one is labelled with production notes and is the final material used.
     
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  9. E60flip345

    E60flip345 Well-Known Member

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    how would you replicate it? seems interesting, and also, how did you get it?
     
  10. brucebatman

    brucebatman Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    hi i won both pieces at auction and i think to replicate it you would need some sort of transparent fabric with silicone printed design on the top but if its just for cosplay purposes regular puff paint would do the trick.
     
  11. mtregi

    mtregi New Member

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    What type of fabric is the design printed on?
     
  12. brucebatman

    brucebatman Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    its sort of some weird stretchy transparent fabric maybe you could try glissnet with a silicone pattern printed on.
    p.s im using my fabric as a refrence when puff painting my sub dye suit 79a21d5f-4749-474a-8699-c88a72f77ab4_zpsaqxgcl2w.jpg
     
  13. Salvador Elias

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    Hey dude, lovin the suit. Post more pictures! I wanna see more! Haha. Anyways, I was also wondering how I could glisten the fabric. I have my dye sub comin in a few days, and I've been trying out different things from rubber cement to puff paint. Nothing really seems to get the trick done. I heard that modge podge can give it that effect, and also like you said printing, but that's a little too out of my price range. Any other ideas?
     
  14. brucebatman

    brucebatman Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Im not really sure tbh my fabric was made by production not me and that is defo silicone printed. i only puff painted my suit and here is some updates on it 30b0bb8d-3237-4791-a5a6-aa6e44eb0603_zpsgpmtoluh.jpg WP_20151022_005.jpg 9d27bd90-ea1e-4056-a110-322394971564_zpsjfcynh4d.jpg
     

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