Beginnings of a Hulk Muscle suit

Discussion in 'Marvel Costumes and Props' started by Hazmat, Aug 6, 2015.

  1. Hazmat

    Hazmat Well-Known Member

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    Pepakura skeleton. Expanding foam. I will be stretching panty hose over top and and painting it later down the road.
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    Please disregard my ridiculous haircut I decided to give myself, and my overly serious facial expression. I was focusing on capturing shadows in the geometry, not on my face.

    More photos to come.
     
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  2. Override

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    The hair works! I like the sculpt as well. Subscribbed
     
  3. yoopees

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    IT'S CLOBBERING TIME...err i mean HULK SMASH! I dig it! Are you going to make your version of the hulk ape based or more human like? Maestro Hulk!! :D
     
  4. Hazmat

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    Thanks guys!

    It's for a buddy of mine, I think he's going for classic Hulk, he won't be wearing a mask, just green face paint

    Here's what I'm going for:

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    I'm building the arms, chest and back. The geometry I've built has huge trapezius (triangular shoulder/back muscles on either side of the neck) muscles to really give him that Hulk look.
     
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  5. Cormac

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    That's looking very good. I'm interested to see how you'll manage the joints. what kind of range of motion are you hoping for?
     
  6. Hazmat

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    I want a big range of motion.the foreams aren't going to even be attached to anything. they stay on by means of handles inside the fist. That way you can just let go of the handle and drop it on the ground to answer your phone or whatever. The joint between the shoulders and torso I'd like to be covered with fabric but we'll see how it goes. I'm aiming for comfort rather than seamless
     
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    Bit more done. None of this is glued or strapped in place, it just fits naturally which makes me really happy. I will attaching the shoulders to the torso when it's done just to make sure the upper arms don't rotate or flare, but really I think I could get away with slipping them on and off.
     
  8. widescreen

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    Hi Hazmat,
    Love the work you've done so far.
    I do have a question though (and I mean no dis-respect) - How are you going to build the chest to a hulk size with your frame?
     
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  9. Hazmat

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    The exact same way as these arms. A pepakura shell with spray foam on top. I'll be building the chest in the next couple of days. You'll see.
     
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  10. widescreen

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    Sorry Hazmat,

    You must have thought I was very rude. my post should've read '(and I mean NO dis-respect)'.

    Looking forward to your updates.
     
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  11. Hazmat

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    Haha, I knew what you meant.
     
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  12. Hazmat

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    More.


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  13. Geo411m

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    Looking good so far. Looking forward to seeing the chest build.

    Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
     
  14. Hazmat

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    Heres how it turned out in the end. The Left arm (right side of the picture) was rushed and it shows. All in all I think it turned out pretty well though.
     
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