New in board, Working on Iron Man armor

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    New in board, Working on Iron Man armor

    Hi,

    I'm from Chile and I want to share whit you guys my work in progress..IRON MAN armor. Hope be ready for movie.
    All the molds are made of wood. Let me know your thought

    Cheers!!

    Levican.

    iron-man-hasbro-0-jpgiron-man-hasbro-0-jpgiron-man-hasbro-0-jpg

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    Re: New in board, Working on Iron Man armor

    WOW!!! Those look amazing, dude! You must be a master carpenter.

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    Re: New in board, Working on Iron Man armor

    WOOO. Puts that shelf I made out of wood to shame. LOL Nice Armor Dude

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    Re: New in board, Working on Iron Man armor

    I hope you don't mind me asking, but how did you make the wooden molds? They look fantastic and some information on the process would be great - they look machined as the finish is so smooth?

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    Re: New in board, Working on Iron Man armor

    Correct me if I am wrong, but is that the Hasbro Iron Man helmet?

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    Re: New in board, Working on Iron Man armor

    Hi, thanks for complements. The helmets was home sculpted, as you can see in the first pic.
    I use MDF 30.0mm thickness, glue to have the right work area for sculpting. Right now, I'm working on the first copy of the armor. Helmet made of fiber glass, to body will sue ABS plastic (more cheap than FG)
    New pics soon!!

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    Re: New in board, Working on Iron Man armor

    You better make several of these ... and send me one

    awesome stuff!!

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    Re: New in board, Working on Iron Man armor

    Ah, yes I can see the layers of MDF now I look closely - How long did it take to sculpt those? I can imagine mayself spending a month alone on the bicep, then taking out too much in a pass and having to bondo it back up! :P

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    Re: New in board, Working on Iron Man armor

    I take two months. boots and neck left to do, on this week I think. Cheers!

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    Re: New in board, Working on Iron Man armor

    Hey guys, Here are some new pics of my Armor...cheers!!!
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails im-lights1-jpg   iron-man-pintado-036-jpg   iron-man-pintado-038-jpg  


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    Finish Iron Man Armor

    Hi Guys,

    Here are the finish pictures of the armor. I 'm going to work whit Hasbro to promo iron man toys in the premier. They like my work! Hope you like too. Let me know your coments
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails alejandro-001-jpg   workshop-jpg  

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    Re: New in board, Working on Iron Man armor

    Well done mate, Looks like you've got a decent work space to play in

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    Re: New in board, Working on Iron Man armor

    Well done mate, Looks like you've got a decent work space to play in
    Hey, thanks. Just for paint job.

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