Here is a test fitting of all the soft and hard pieces of the Level 3 suit. No joke this took 20 plus minutes to put on and I had to enlist the help of my wife I don't know how that damn tube changes Issac's suit so fast!!
I can't wait to finish it and display it for the home town crowd this weekend at Planet Comicon!!
Got to see this thing at Planet Comicon last weekend and i have to say... i was HIGHLY impressed with the level of detail you've put into it. Made the comment to the friends i was with that out of everything i saw there that was by far the best looking build i saw. While i want to say i want it pretty bad, i'd hate to see what you'd ask for it hahahaha! I'll finish up with well done sir, was nice getting to listen to you for a few minutes talk about your work and how you've just started (more or less).
Thank you very much! I really enjoyed having a booth at Planet Comicon and seeing all of the people swarm my table with their eyes bugging out and jaws dropping. That is what means the most to me. I will also be at KC Maker's Faire and Crypticon this year.
Very nice, I'm down near Wichita so i doubt i'll make anything like that. If you're around next year i'm sure i'll come check out your stuff again ahahha. I might hit up the art show that was being promoted there at one of the booths north of you though. I know when i came up on your booth i had a shit eating grin on my face lol.
Everyone seems to like my DEAD SPACE build all at once
I think it is because not many people have attempted to take on this project. I will admit the amount of detail I had to put into the rig alone took weeks. Plus I put the whole build on the RPF so bunch of people have been following it for the last 3 months
Thanks! I will be selling resin blank cast kits of the helmet but the rest of the costume is just a personal project. This is the first costume I really wanted to make when I got into prop building. But I knew at the time I didn't have the skills to complete it the way I wanted to. By me making it now it is kind of a full circle project for me