iron man helmet.

Howat Props

Active Member
I know its been done several hundred times by now but i wanted to try and sculpt something that is suppose to look machined, because I've never tried that before. So here it is so far! i still have to add the electronics and what not but its almost done.

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Mr Mold Maker

Sr Member
Fantastic work!
Absolutely wonderful symmetry. Symmetry is always a huge issue for me when sculpting. This just blows me away.

Howat Props

Active Member
thank you! it was certainly a test of patience anyway!

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Howat Props

Active Member
What is the purpose of that pushrod? attached to the jaw?
in the iron man movies the jaw actually opens slightly along with the faceplate, so the push rod is attatched to the end of the faceplate hinge so they open and close together. its a little difficult to see in the picture