Our Iron Man Mark IV

Discussion in 'Marvel Costumes and Props' started by roy, May 5, 2012.

  1. roy

    roy Member

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    'just sharing... =)

    armor(free hand) - Joseph Galicia
    helmet - Don Robert
    paint works - me

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    helmet was given to me by donrobert which i modified...=)

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    thanks for looking... :)

    roy
     
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  2. davy

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    Very very nice !
     
  3. Kroenen77

    Kroenen77 Sr Member

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    great work on weathering...what is the material for the armor?
     
  4. Ichigo

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    Thats a gorgeous suit well done
     
  5. EyeofSauron

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    i just love the top part of the legs, where normally the undersuit shows through. perfect
     
  6. msldkdk

    msldkdk New Member

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    That looks amazingly realistic!
     
  7. firebapx

    firebapx Well-Known Member

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    hey can i ask do you guys have problems with your foam cracking in places ?
     
  8. Dpeterson117

    Dpeterson117 Active Member

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    Ok gotta know, how did you do the upper thighs? Do you still have decent mobility?

    Sent from my DROID BIONIC using Tapatalk 2
     
  9. MrTrouble

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    Wow. In Poland we call that guy a "kozak" :D It mean cool guy. I first see a casing between pelvis and thigh. And if its moveable it would be cool. It's very hard part for made and many suit replicas don't contain this part. So.. Great suit dude. Really nice.
     
  10. DarthFett

    DarthFett Active Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Wow - looks great!
     
  11. MrBibou

    MrBibou Active Member

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    Wow just wow.. Can't believe this is foam made..
    We need more infos about the upper thigh part, this looks awesome !
    Very good job mate ;)

    By the way, is the helmet made out of foam ? It looks great
     
  12. roy

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    thank you davy. i just saw your build and it made me cry...:cry

    thanks. eva foam(but the higher density)


    thank you Ichigo...

    thank you EyeofSauron...

    thanks msldkdk...

    so far the neck seal have...

    i'll take photo and post it later. regarding mobility, walking is fine but bending forward (90 degrees) is impossible because of the one piece abs and codpiece...

    thank you MrTrouble. the part above the thigh goes inside the codpiece when i'm walking. i'll try to take a video of it...

    thank you DarthFett...

    thank you MrBibou. i will take photos and video of that part. yes the helmet was made out of foam...
     
  13. roy

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    Last edited: May 5, 2012
  14. Dpeterson117

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    That's awesome, I want to try and use that in my build. I really don't like when you can see the undersuit.

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  15. STEALTH

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    Wow Roy. Soo soo Good!

    also, that is the best foam helmet I've ever seen. Nice mods to DR's, you really made it really accurate.
     
  16. MrTrouble

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    Wow. It working exactly like I thought about how it should work. :D
     
  17. Monster Dave

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    NICE work! The proportions look great!
     
  18. pinder91

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    Nailed it!! The proportions look spot on. Great work.
     
  19. roy

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    thank you. goodluck... =)

    thank you stef. long time no talk... =)

    cheers! =)

    thank you Monster Dave and pinder91... =)

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    cheers,

    roy
     
    Last edited: Nov 8, 2012
  20. fynixdown

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    Re: Our Iron Man Mark IV (thigh-codpiece mobility video on post #13)

    your proportions are perfect. Very nicely done :)
     
  21. Salamander77

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    Can you sit comfortably in the suit?
     
  22. ZacharyHurst

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    You should be VERY proud of your build! There are some really special parts in there. The finished suit is truly amazing!
     
  23. Werstrooper

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    wow thats a fraking great build mate
     
  24. Laamberry

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    Re: Our Iron Man Mark IV (thigh-codpiece mobility video on post #13)

    I think I saw in another thread that you just sealed it with PVA glue; any painting/priming/sealing tips you have to offer us? :)
     
  25. longlenium

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    very nice mark7. very clean. what the thickness of the foam you using?
     
  26. erictank

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    Man, that comparison pic in post #19 is just awesome. VERY well done - I would never have guessed that it was a foam costume, if I hadn't seen some of the pics further upthread. Thanks for posting that video of the thigh piece mobility, as well.
     
  27. roy

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    on behalf of my friend, thank you...:)

    unfortunately, no...

    thank you ZacharyHurst. amazing suit you got also.. :)

    thank you Werstrooper...:)

    just the usual 4 to 5 coats pva glue + spray paint. no special trick, honestly...:)

    thank you longlenium. it's mark IV actually. thickness of foams used were 2mm(neck seal) 4mm & 6mm...:)

    thank you erictank...:)

    cheers,

    roy
     
  28. StarksWarehouse

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    i like the hip pod mobility you made. really nice! and gotta say your suit it stunning! hoping mine will turn out as good as yours. props to you :)
     
  29. jayjayn

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    very nice love it, could you please share the design to the upper leg portion? i really hate on my suit that is exposed =\
     
  30. CapKaos

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    Everybody else has said it already, but I'll just say it again: FANTASTIC build! One question tho: what did you do for your arc reactor? It fits in very well with the rest of your costume, so I'm just wondering what you may have used.
     
  31. mizuno hadouken

    mizuno hadouken Well-Known Member

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    Nice stuff Roy. WOuld you mind sharing how you guys did the detail lines in the armor? Is it basically burning the lines in with a soldering iron, or dremmel?
     
  32. Blackdynamo2

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    Finally You Got a thread Dude! You know what i'm gonna say already? Its "Too hardcore" Love It! The Best one "Made yet! You Killin' em'. None to match yours.... BTW thanks for info in the PM. Keep Building!.... Delray
     
  33. TRUTH

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    Although impressive, it is very simple to design. First of all, we seem to be forgetting that Roy had this made by commission from a costume creator in the Philippines named Joseph. If anything all the credit should go to Joseph.

    Joseph's facebook and pictures in his album showing creation process here: Josep-kiyo Tora VII | Facebook


    Also, since Joseph and his crew did not know how lucrative this business is currently, Roy paid the guy a measly $250 dollars for the whole build.

    We all seen just raw cast of Iron Man Helmets go for $250 in the junkyard and even more on eBay. I am not trying to derail this thread however, I just wanted to support my friend who built this armor from scratch freehand, which everyone seems to overlook. Roy travels to Singapore and Philippines occasionally that way it saves him shipping cost for the commissions..

    I have detailed schematics of the build, I will be posting the How to Tutorial soon.
     
  34. Onephattsi2

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    Not exactly sure what you are trying to accomplish???? HE gives credit to the builder in the origional post??? What he paid for the commission is between him and the builder.... no idea what you are trying to do



     
  35. roy

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    hey TRUTH, have you read the title?

    "Our Iron Man Mark IV"

    have you read the first post?

    quote from my first post...

    this is more of a "joint project" rather than a commission work so i don't think you should question the price i paid...

    no wonder you've been banned here before...TRUTH a.k.a. PAULFIERCE
     
    Last edited: May 15, 2012
  36. roy

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    proof that TRUTH is skie415 a.k.a. PAULFIERCE a.k.a. Paul de Ocampo Punla

    the same comment on youtube...

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    translation: "I heard you only paid 250$ on that commission. you take advantage of your countrymen"

    skie415 is PAULPIERCE

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    here's the video of skie415 claiming that he is PAULPIERCE...

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    ooooppsss.....the video was set to private as expected so here's my recorded copy...

    PAULPIERCE.MOV - YouTube

    hey TRUTH a.k.a. PAULFIERCE a.k.a. skie415 a.k.a. Paul de Ocampo Punla, you've been hating Filipino costume makers on facebook, forums etc. since 2010, get a life...
     
    Last edited: May 15, 2012
  37. Rysjin7717

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    Wow Roy awesome build bra nice proportions as well as full coverage. Paint really sets it off. I'm recovering from surgery but had ta checkin an saw this!!!!:cool
     
  38. 7sinzz

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    Awesome build bro!! Really inspiring. I have 2 weeks to do a complete iron man AND war machine build. Your pictures are very inspiring. Anyway better get back to the grind stone. Every hour on here is an hour wasted meeting my deadline.
     
  39. tk3105

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    Absolutely loving this! :)
     
  40. joker53

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    hey i've seen you before in singapore... first saw you in war machine suit and tats inspire me making my own, one question.... where do you brought your putty for the helmet resculp? i'm clueless of where to find one :thumbsup
     
  41. captainPlank

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    Amazing! Nuff said
     
  42. Egon

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    the weathering looks fantastic. it adds so much to the suit. im jelly.
     
  43. AdamJ

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    Is that a foam helmet ??

    WOW !!!
     
  44. propnoob74

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    thes foam build I've seen so far, Roy is an outstanding person, he doesn't mind to help you out at all, he sends you pictures if you are confused on your build...Mice job Bro.
     
  45. propnoob74

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    I meant Nice! hahahaha
     
  46. roy

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    thank you. hope it helps. goodluck on your build...

    sorry for the late reply. PM me if you still need the pattern. thank you...

    thank you. i used this push type emergency LED light...

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    soldering iron AFAIK. this process requires steady hands... =)
    haven't tried it myself...

    thank you also...=)

    i needed this. thanks...

    thank you. get well soon...=)

    thank you. goodluck on your "twin build" bro...

    thank you...

    YGPM...

    thanks...

    thank you...

    yes...

    thank you for the kind words bro...


    in behalf of Joseph Galicia and Donrobert, i would like to thank all of you(except TRUTH) for your kind replies...

    roy
     
  47. Bowelrock

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    UNreal ...
     
  48. Zendragon

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    Amazing. Looks really really good.
     
  49. MisterTV

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    hello! Is that someone could show me a detailed picture of the binding between the biceps and forearm on the version FOAM!?
    I thank the one who answer me
     
  50. Dagibbon

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    That is an incredible suit mate, really jaw-dropping. The proportions and fit look perfect. Love the paint work too: the blacklining, and the chipped damage look amazing; think I will try that with my suit, when I finally get to that stage!
    Well done guys!
     

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