Iron Man Mark VI (foam)

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Sever

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Hello everyone.
First I want to excuse for my bad english. Its being a long time since I have practise.
My name is Viktor. I am from Ukraine. I have being watching different peoples threats about prop making. Even started something, but have finished.
Not so long ago I have watched Stealth tutorials about foam method of making armore and decided to try. Thanke you Stealth for inspiring me. This threat will show you my progress.
First thing that I have done was the chest piece.
Sorry for the low quality. Its my phone camera.







 
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Sever

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The result pleased me very much, so i continued. Next was the right arm.







 
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Sever

New Member
Here are the photos of the chest plate with both arms and shoulders.





 
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Sever

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Then I made the cod piece and conected abs. I tried to make it as flexible as posible. You can see a lot of velcro inside.








 
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Sever

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After that I decided that for now i gona make foam helmet. Maybe in future i will the normal hard iron man helmet. But it will be in future.










 

Sever

New Member
For know i have painted the chest, shoulders and helmet.
I painted it with Plasti dip and primer.



 

Crank729

Sr Member
Nice Man! The helmet looks good.....Usually the foam IM helmets don't look all that great, but you did a great job!
 

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Sever

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Thank you! But i am worried about lines, where foam conects. Especially on the helmet. I don't know if i can hide them behind paint and weathering. I am searching for a way to hide them.
 

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bhodie

Active Member
Great build, and very clean.

There is a post somewhere about making seemless lines on foam builds. I'll see if I can find it.
 

pinder91

Sr Member
The scale looks superb on this! Great job. There are many that just look too bulky when worn, like an un-tailored suit.
 

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