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I'm sure quite a few people have seen the "Space Marine Encounter" cosplay video on youtube and are wondering how they made the armor... and some of you may be contemplating the idea of pretending to be an Adeptus Astartes... unless you're 2.5 metres tall, good luck.
ANYWAY, there's been a few ideas running around about using molds, high density foam, metals, and other materials that just wouldn't seem to work very well.
Here is the answer! This is, by far, the most helpful guide to making realistic armor out there. And if you wish to make the armor and tweak it by using a MK VIII style Neck Guard, MK VII style Abdomen, or a bionic eye... GO FOR IT. Once the armor is laid out, it is completely open for modification. Personally, I like using the Aquila instead of the Skull/Eagle... I'm sort of partial to the pre-heresy marines... LUPERCAL!
Anyways... here's the point... enjoy.
Ye gods!!!!!!!!!!! ( sorry, Emperor)
It's like all my dreams have come true!!!!! Except the one about me falling to my death, but, meh...
I must obtain one of these in the name of the most glorious Emperor!!!!!!!!!!!!!
guys, that is impressive. well done.
Nice "Rhino" in the last picture
What, no drop pod?
Seriously, it's interesting. I'd say you'd be nuts to try it, but if people can use heated and bent plastic to build homemade stormtrooper uniforms (a la "Star Wars") I guess there are those who will try.
WOW those are soo sweet i may have to do that in a few decades...
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