New War Machine Armor by Masked Rider

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broncho6

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YES, it is finally here.....Sorry for the crappy iPhone 4s pic. Look forward to getting this baby strapped up. Any helpful hints or suggestions are welcomed! I am not sure how to assemble the shoulders, biceps, and forearm...
 

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ROBOSTEVE 0671

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Don't think it is and what David here needs is info on the leslee version as with its incredible weight as it's 40 kgs . The strapping system and set up needs to be quite unique. No disrespect to you of course :)
david I'll take pictures this week as soon as I get chance.
 

funkster

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We're all in this together :)

Once MCM is out of the way this weekend, I'll be hitting my armour hard to get it ready for London MCM at the end of May

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Don't think it is and what David here needs is info on the leslee version as with its incredible weight as it's 40 kgs . The strapping system and set up needs to be quite unique. No disrespect to you of course :)
david I'll take pictures this week as soon as I get chance.
From the way he's lifting those forearms.......I'm gonna say no it's not a MRider set ;)
 

broncho6

New Member
Don't think it is and what David here needs is info on the leslee version as with its incredible weight as it's 40 kgs . The strapping system and set up needs to be quite unique. No disrespect to you of course :)
david I'll take pictures this week as soon as I get chance.
Thank you Steve!
 

third3ye

Sr Member
These threads keep reminding me that I've yet to strap up my masked rider Mk3 suit :facepalm Do you guys typically hinge the elbows and knees, or do you recommend a different way?
 

ROBOSTEVE 0671

Sr Member
Well I've hinged the legs on the ear machine to mainly mountain a smooth traction and keep them aligned. This also stops them from banging on each other when you move as over time they'd chip and break away at the surface . The arms I've left alone as this is a different story to iron man. I'd suggest you hinge your iron man though.
 

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STEALTH

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That's Leslee's. super high quality replica version.

The one I vlogged was a rushed eva foam version I made for halloween. Wasn't a tutorial on it.

-Stealth
 

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