Dr. Von Doom Cosplay projet

ObsiX

New Member
Dr. Von Doom (WIP)

Hi RPF'ers,
i'm sharing with you guys, my costume project. Dr. Von Doom (Fatalis)
I'll be working on the old model costume, regardless of the new movie soon. Still, a the old vr. is more related with the original comic book's vr. So..
For the Helmet, i saw a few version over the internet, and i find interesting to match some parts of each others
For the hoddie and cape, i've give the job the a good dressmaker..
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I did my model in clay, and mold it with rebound 25, I'll do the same as for the arms and legs parts.
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I've put clamps for now, but i'll drill some holes and put screws and bolts on it.
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The result is not bad at all.
Next step: Trim, sand, rivets & paint..
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Lord Magneto

Well-Known Member
nice work man... what kind o clay were you working with?

Looking at starting up my first sculpting project soon
 

ObsiX

New Member
I've used wetclay for sculpting my model, It is very easy to work with, with the appropriate tool.
I'm working with oil base clay too. Like monster clay, a lot more expensive but very usefull. The wet clay seems to crack a little when it dry. Always put some wet rags to cover with.
 
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