Ok so thinking i may be to big for the mkvi im 6' 225 stocky built thinking war-machine might be a better fit looking for advice on this subject i know i had problems doing my halo armor with my size i know i will have a little more lea way with foam any advice on which way to go
Yea i have done pep for awhile now i have done some halo armor the resin and fiberglass method. I have all the files and can save i just went in and adjusted the files the armor scale is just huge but fits nice just not to slim line like id like to see so hulkbuster or war machine in the works
ok so i have committed to the build cut all my templates ordered all my foam got all my other supply's ready plenty of blades glue just waiting on foam will start posting pics as soon as i get first piece done. I will be using robo3687s pep files using default scale.
Thought its about time I post as well. I just started building my first foam costume using the pep method and am building the Mark IV as well. So far, I've just got the helmet done, but will have to do it again as it is slightly too small. **(I considered it a test build anyway since I've never done anything like this before)** I can get my head into it, but really have to force it on, and it bows a bit on the side.
I plan on using this helmet as a test for the rest of the processes (sealing, priming, painting, etc.).
The files I'm using are Stealth's edited version of robo3867's files. Thanks to you guys for providing these.
Just size in general like i said im a bigger guy and cant get the scale down yet starting to get frustrated been checking all the sizing forums never really messed with pep iv mostly been doing sculpt work but wanted to try the foam armor seems so much easier
That is the link to the scaling tutorial I am using... seems to be working pretty well so far. I too, am a bigger guy so it's important not to look like Iron Monger instead of Iron Man lol Looking forward to seeing your build progress. I'm in the process of my build and will be starting my own thread soon I hope!