My IM Mark VI Build. Pep/Resin WIP

Discussion in 'Marvel Costumes and Props' started by DragginBowtie, Mar 10, 2012.

  1. DragginBowtie

    DragginBowtie New Member

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    Ive been lurking around here for a while. Gathered quite a bit of very useful info and decided to start my own build. I decided to give a full pep/resin suit a try because of the level of detail I can give to it. Ive been working on it for a couple months, not a lot of hours into it yet. Due to my job I don't get the free time to work on it as much as I'd like. I'll keep y'all posted on any updates and such...enjoy!

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    So far these are the pieces I have pepped and in resin. She's coming along slowly but surely.

    Thanks to all who've been so kind as to share all the tips and tricks. They've been helping a ton!
     
  2. sgtski

    sgtski Member

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    great work so far, should look great!
     
  3. Zabana

    Zabana Well-Known Member

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    That´s a pretty good job done!!!

    Kepp building!
     
  4. Dpeterson117

    Dpeterson117 Active Member

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    Really nice work. Your pets are so clean!

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  5. Prince NEO

    Prince NEO Sr Member

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    Very well done, everything looks so crisp and clean and your first coat looks amazingly smooth.
     
  6. Dpeterson117

    Dpeterson117 Active Member

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    Hey dragging, did you leave the eyes out of the helmet on purpose? As well as the lower cheek area?

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  7. widescreen

    widescreen Well-Known Member

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    Seeing work like this gives me a buzz to do my own.

    Great work mate.
     
  8. DragginBowtie

    DragginBowtie New Member

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    Yes I plan on doing an LED eye kit of some sort and the inner cheek pieces will be constructed once the helmet is smooth and cut apart. I'll probably make them from foam so it s a little more comfortable if it sits against my face.
     
  9. eatelephants

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    wow that is really clean pep. Nice work so far
     
  10. DragginBowtie

    DragginBowtie New Member

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    Thanks! Hoping the weather gets better soon so I can get more "outdoor" time in and move further into this build.
     
  11. DragginBowtie

    DragginBowtie New Member

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    I know...this has been an extremely slow build for me. But here is an update nonetheless...
    Horrible pictures, my phone cam sucks. I'll have better posted as soon as I get more work done.

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  12. Crank729

    Crank729 Sr Member

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    Graet Job man, it looks very clean!
     
  13. Tamiwi

    Tamiwi New Member

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    I agree, very cleanly done!! I'm impressed!!
     

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