Destiny 2 - Hunter, Warlock and Titan [ON HOLD]

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pazscall

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Hi all,

Welcome to my Destiny 2 build WIP.

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I'm going to be making a Warlock, Hunter and Titan costume for my kids. The goal is going to be to finish by end of April, in time for the Calgary Comic Expo.

I started the build back in November, taking the time now over the Christmas Holidays to do a write up before I go on vacation.


Reference Pictures

I started by finding a few reference pictures.
I found these on the Bungie Destiny 2 Artist Reference Portal

https://www.bungie.net/en/Explore/Detail/News/46035

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Models - Pepakura Files

I then went on a search to try and find some pepakura files that could help me build the armor and helmet, that's went I stumbled upon this article on facepunch.com detailing a way to extract 3d models from this website https://lowlidev.com.au/destiny/gear-viewer

Once I had these models I was able to import them into Blender and simplify them so that I could import them into Pepakura.
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Using the pepakura model I imported them into Armor Smith and sized them to my sons sizes
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I refined the pepakura templates to simplify the for a EVA foam build and printed them out.

Prototypes

Some of the pepakura couldn't be refined (well not with my skills), so I decided to build a prototype so that I could test the Size and create better templates from them.
I Build the helmets and some of the rounder pieces in cheaper 6mm foam rolls that I got from CanadianTire.

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I then wrapped the piece in plastic wrap and covered it in duck tape. I drew the pattern that I needed on and then cut it out and unfolded it. Once I had a smoother pattern I stared building the final piece in 10mm foam and smooth EVA foam that I got from TNT cosplay and justbecos.ca

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You can see the difference the duck tape pattern gives. It has allot less seem lines and will be easier to finish and smooth out

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Ghosts

I also started working on some Ghosts. I've made them out of foam core board (since I don't have a 3D printer)

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Since I wasn't able to align the top and bottom correctly, I decided to build half the Ghost and Mold and Cast it (unless I get a 3D printer for Christmas :D )

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pazscall

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Well, after tending to a few sick kids, I’m finally back at it.

Got a new toy for the holidays so I decided to put it to work.

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Still need to clean it up and glue it but it’s looking good.

I also started working on the Titan leg armor

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mcoractual

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Pretty nifty! If you ever need images for the Warlock, I have the 3A-Destiny Warlock figure I can post for reference pictures if you like. The level is detail is pretty darn good and very accurate.
 

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pazscall

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Shin armor done
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And the first ghost also
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Working on putting together the warlock ghost now

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Next goal the titan ghost, titan knee pad and gauntlets.



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mcoractual

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Those ghosts look really good, they just need some TLC with some sandpaper to get rid of those printer lines! For the small areas of sanding, I suggest sanding files, sanding twigs, or sanding cones. I also highly suggest applying automotive Rust-oleum filler-primer and then sanding it down once it has dried. That will GREATLY increase the realism/detail of anything 3D printed! Then add a great paint job and viola!

While this is the project I will be working on shortly, the tools/items lists and the general steps which are listed are still valid. Give this a look-see and tell me if it helps! https://niemann3d.com/pages/car-smg-build
 
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pazscall

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Those ghosts look really good, they just need some TLC with some sandpaper to get rid of those printer lines! For the small areas of sanding, I suggest sanding files, sanding twigs, or sanding cones. I also highly suggest applying automotive Rust-oleum filler-primer and then sanding it down once it has dried. That will GREATLY increase the realism/detail of anything 3D printed! Then add a great paint job and viola!

While this is the project I will be working on shortly, the tools/items lists and the general steps which are listed are still valid. Give this a look-see and tell me if it helps! https://niemann3d.com/pages/car-smg-build

Definitely on my todo list. Most likely will be getting to that after I finish more of the other costumes.


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