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    cool stuff the combat armour looks a lot like one of the fallout 3 armours. very nice work!


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    Hi,
    No new sculptures at the mo but some are on the way. Thought i'd show you this that got sent to me today. Still waiting to get some nice stills of the armour so in the meantime this little mock up that one of the guys did will have to suffice. Theres also a link to some more footage that ive edited together the other night.



    Enjoy!
    Last edited by Lord Cypher; August 12th, 2010 at 07:41 PM.

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    I want that armour.

    "I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat." - Winston Churchill

    Quote Originally Posted by Stoat View Post
    I would like to hike to the North Pole. I have a shoe and a ham sandwich. What do I do next?

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    That armour is excellent

    Looks great in the videos too

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    Yeap i really like the your steps here from a rendering to sculpture to full scale model.

    Really nice work. But you just put yourself in trouble now....We expecting step by step photos and explanation how to make the full armor....because deep inside we are all jealous and we want one too

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    Quick update

    Hi,
    Work has had me busy & kept me from my personal projects for the last month now, so theres not alot to see yet! She's had a bit of a reworking since the last pics & has got the beginings of a jet pack. Im hoping to get quite a bit done on her this week.

    Cheers

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    was that a lizardmen saurus i saw up there

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    Sculptingmonsters610 - yep it is a Saurus Warrior. He's on a shelf in my mums garage. I might dig him out next time im there.
    Some more wip of the JetPack lady. Still no arms but im just getting the suit sorted first. Jetpack is still just blocked in at the mo & im toying with the idea of giving her a scarf & hat...........
    Let me know what you think.
    Cheers

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    Very nice work, good luck

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    Added a bit more detail to the body. Just need to tidy it up a bit & sort out her head. Then i can give her arms, sort out the backpack & accesories & see whats what! Any comments or ideas welcome. Thanks for looking.

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    Hi Sarah,
    Funny thing is i dont actually know how much they ended up costing!! The guys i made them for kept all the money to themselves & their budget was forever changing to the point where i think they were just pulling random numbers out of the air. I just told them what i needed & they got it.
    Off the top of my head & VERY roughly:
    Clay - £25....i used about 4 or 5 bags. Less than 1 for the helmet, about 2 or 3 for the torso & another for the groin, shoulders & walling up etc for molding.
    Silicone...we used 2 tubs which were about £200 each, so £400
    Fibreglass....i have no idea what they spent but i think it was about £200
    Alluminium Filler....to make it metallic.....i got through about 4 tubs of this stuff. £25 each so £100 (shitman!)
    Then theres stuff like strapping, cable ties, lining, various glues, paints, tubes etc etc......i spent at least £150 on these things & bits & pieces along the way.
    So far then thats about £875. Then theres stuff like brushes, disposable gloves, mixing sticks, monocups, so say about £50.
    I know they DID spend £400 on motorcycle armour to go underneath my sculpted stuff ( i was there for that). And finally the torches on the shoulders were £25 each......£75.
    So the roughly estimated grand total is £1,400 ($2,271.99 if youre american). Originally 6 suits & helmets were cast but i only ended up having to complete 3 of them & there was still plenty of fibreglass stuff left to make at least 5 more suits. Hope that answers your question! Im bored of maths now. I need to finish my sculpture.

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    I havent checked your thread for a while, This sculpt is looking fantastic

    I really like the pose, and anatomy is great,cant wait to see the final piece
    Earhole Bongsplat

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    Hello again,
    Progress has been slow but im getting there. She's becoming a bit more kitted up than in my first drawing & she's only holding half a blocked out gun at the mo.........still a bit of work to do on the arms, hands, neck, back & jet pack but its not far off. Anyway, have a see. Cheers!

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    Lordi!......lordy

    This is fantastic, i really like the design.

    the hat is a fine addition, and the sculpting is really spot on, I'm really looking forward to a painted version?

    Nice
    Earhole Bongsplat

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    Ta!!
    There will be a painted version coming along as soon as she's done. Still mulling over which way to go with it. Suggestions are welcome!!
    Then theres the base......ive got quite an ambitious idea for that but i might make do with a temporary one for now untill i can do it properly.

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