Captain America AoU CosplaySky suit modifying

Discussion in 'Marvel Costumes and Props' started by Clark HD, May 26, 2015.

  1. Clark HD

    Clark HD Active Member

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    Hey guys well after modifying my old stealth suit I sold it and bought the new cosplaysky AoU suit which I have a lot planned for.

    The suit fits great so thankfully there is no need to tailor it, I'm simply going to be improving pieces of the costume I'm not happy with.


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    Planned Modifications

    1. The shoulder detailing and thigh detailing will be cast in navy rubber like the movie suit, also improvement of the shoulder shape.

    2. Red rubber chest arrows.

    3. New gloves.

    4. I will be re 3d printing the magnets from my previous suit.

    5. Attaching the 3D printed knees.

    6. Complete new harness and belt from real leather.

    7. Metal pieces for said leather (on order from dstengler).

    8. 3d build and print the buckle.

    9. Magnet system for the shield to attach to my back.

    10. Paint my new shield.

    11. Paint and complete my maufett helmet.

    12. Suit weathering.

    13. Casting of the avengers logo for the shoulders.

    Thanks for looking people!


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    I intend to weather this suit on the white areas, does anyone have any tips for doing this?

    Looking to achieve something like this

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  2. Bogleo

    Bogleo Well-Known Member

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    Step 14: Achieve the Dorito look.
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  3. adambomb

    adambomb New Member

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    I know everybody else on this site is great with costumes, so you'll probably disagree, but I'm really impressed with this costume and I saw a stealth suit from Cosplay Sky at a recent con that surprised me. I wish I could see some pics of the new Avengers Cap suit I see on ebay.
  4. Wemustrepeat

    Wemustrepeat Active Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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  5. GLM The Captain

    GLM The Captain New Member

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    I have the same suit and I want to get rid of that 'shine' that it has. Someone had mentioned wiping the suit down with acetone. Would regular nail polish remover work since it has acetone in it? Has anyone else done this? Would really like to know what the results were like.
  6. padme911

    padme911 Well-Known Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    How are your mods going? I am curious about the replacement rubber parts and the 3D printed knees because those seem like excellent improvements.
  7. Warmachine2000

    Warmachine2000 Active Member

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    Did you get a working magnets system for the shield?

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