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3D Printing Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe

Hose fittings for moving air

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July 26, 2016

While I was waiting for some things to dry and some other things to print, I took a crack at modeling up the back fixture to connect the hose…

Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe Mold-making and Casting

Hydrocal arms and air filter intakes

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July 25, 2016

Molds were made up for the arm bucks using Smooth-On’s Rebound 25 mold rubber and backed with some old Onyx Fast resin I had that I had to get…

3D Printing Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe

Replacement hose connectors

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July 24, 2016

Here’s a problem and a solution all in one post!

The screen-accurate gas mask hose that connects from the air bladder behind his head to his mask is actually a…

3D Printing Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe Mold-making and Casting

Improving the master casts

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July 24, 2016

We spent a good bit of time last night lengthening the master copies of each of these things out with monster clay to fit my apparently-freakishly-long arms.

Figured it’d be…

3D Printing Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe

Engineering airflow

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July 23, 2016

I took some time today while we were working on the rest of the project to design up what I think will be a workable fixture for the air…

Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe

Pomp and Ceremony

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July 22, 2016

It’s only a little step… but it’s a satisfying one.¬†Got all the medals and chains attached up. They’re all pinned or nailed through the chestpiece so they have a…

3D Printing Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe Mold-making and Casting

Early Arm Prototyping

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July 22, 2016

Overall results look good so far. We did a little experiment today – I made a rubber mold of one of the arms, then made a hydrocal copy of…

3D Printing Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe Mold-making and Casting

Forearms for arms!

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July 16, 2016

One of the things we’ve been working on in the background is the rest of the armor that has to be heat-formed. The bicep armor looks pretty straightforward, as…

3D Printing Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe

The Slippery Slope

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July 10, 2016

Thanks to Logan74k at TheRPF.com, I’ve been alerted to the fact that the rivet arrangement is actually mirrored across both shoulders, despite the fact that the bottlecaps are only…

3D Printing Cosplay & Props Electronics Immortan Joe

Bottlecaps and big ideas

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July 9, 2016

I decided to make my life easy again by manufacturing a quick little guide to help me drill the holes at a fixed distance and orientation:

Works like a charm!

With…

Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe

Grimace in Chrome

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July 8, 2016

And then there’s the mask. Got the plugs for the gas mask hoses painted up and attached, bent a bit of thick-gauge copper wiring up and into the jaw,…

3D Printing Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe

Printing functional guides

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July 8, 2016

I’ve been messing around with the trim on the armor and I think I’ve got a reasonable system down at this point. I mentioned in a previous post I…

3D Printing Immortan Joe

A Study in Chrome

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July 3, 2016

The matte clearcoat went down over the non-metallic bits of the mask without too much fuss and I’m confident the bone bits will be durable enough for convention wear….

Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe

Bad to the Bone

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June 30, 2016

Bit of painting getting done. I masked off all the soon-to-be-metallic bits that I was concerned about so that I can lay down a matte lacquer overtop the acrylic…

Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe

So I can Sew!

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June 25, 2016

So until yesterday, I didn’t really know how to sew. I had a sewing machine, but it was an arcane mystery to me. Girlfriend and I paid for some…