Making my own Army of Two Costume. Lots of foam

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Tgirookie

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Well this is another project I have going on. Army of two. Made the mask out of Pepakura templates and used craft foam.

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Gary Pahls

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Hey, that looks pretty awesome! Just remember with that file to harden it SLOWLY from the inside out. I learned the hard way with that thing that if the inside isn't harden first the sides will warp in.

Edit: Nevermind, lol as I was posting I see you posted new pics with it already hardened
 

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Tgirookie

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Hey, that looks pretty awesome! Just remember with that file to harden it SLOWLY from the inside out. I learned the hard way with that thing that if the inside isn't harden first the sides will warp in.

Edit: Nevermind, lol as I was posting I see you posted new pics with it already hardened

LOL its ok. Yeah that's a good advice. I actually had to put chop stick in the back of the helmet (first picture) to keep its shape when I applied the resin.

The cool thing about these masks is that you really don't have to smooth it so much the rougher the better. ;)
 

Tgirookie

Member
Mask is finished. I dremeled the details. I love the roughness of it. Primer first and then painted it black with a lite coat of metallic silver and rubbed it under the eye with a rag.









Covered the inside with black craft foam and i used some left over pool screen enclosure mesh. Used a lot of glue sticks lol
 
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