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Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe

Paint on the Armor

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June 23, 2016

I have an assortment of Createx Faskolor paints in my workshop from my tabletop wargaming days, so I mixed up a sickly looking blend of yellow, orange, red, and…

Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe

Roughing out the armor

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June 22, 2016

I spent a bit of time tidying up the torso sections of my armor so that I could get ready to trim them. Bought moleskin tape, but I’m practicing…

Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe

Cabling on the mask

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June 21, 2016

I detached the brass hingework for now, but took the opportunity to add the gas mask hose connectors and sub-piping. That sub-piping is actually made of very thick electrical…

Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe

Jawin’ around town

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June 20, 2016

Immortan Joe’s mask opens up for added drama and intimidation!

Today’s engineering challenge: Make that damn jaw open and close in a way that is durable and robust.

Today’s results: ……

Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe

Arise from the ashes!

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June 19, 2016

I decided this project was going to be something I finished for NYCC, and it is warm enough that I don’t mind dusting off my workspace again, so I’m…

Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe Mold-making and Casting

Torso now twice as fun!

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August 30, 2015

Maria took the back of the roman armor and some Apoxie Sculpt and added some extra bits so we had something to form Joe’s weird back musculature over.

As before,…

Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe

PETG saves the day

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August 29, 2015

Torso armor’s underway properly now! I used a headlight polishing kit to slightly frost the PETG I had heat-formed because it needed a bit of definition behind the armor….

3D Printing Immortan Joe Mold-making and Casting

Lessons in Thermoforming

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August 20, 2015

Finally made forward progress on the breastplate that wasn’t super duper frustrating.

So I am using PETG sheeting in 1/16″ thickness. That’s .060″ thick, for reference. I saw TheRPF.com forums user…

3D Printing Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe

Codpiece components

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August 16, 2015

The “929” badge is a Mazda quarter panel badge from, you guessed it, a Mazda 929. The specific one in the movie is, appropriately enough, the one that was…

Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe Mold-making and Casting

Molding Immortan’s Mask, Part 2

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August 14, 2015

My mask had some extra-scary work done. I used a scrollsaw to cut an MDF divider for the mask and bolted it together so I could start making the…

Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe Mold-making and Casting

Molding Immortan’s Mask, Part 1

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August 10, 2015

I’m mostly just monkeying around and doing what I see other people do when it comes to making these molds. I hope I understand the process right, but I…

3D Printing Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe

These Boots are made for Ruling

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August 5, 2015

I picked up a pair of these bad boys in my size off Amazon and they got delivered. They fit pretty well!

They are not real leather, but they seem…

Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe

Mask progress continues

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August 1, 2015

The gas mask hoses are the childrens’ mask ones that I ordered from eBay, but now I need to find the darker, larger hose that…

3D Printing Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe

Expanding on the printed mask

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July 16, 2015

In my ongoing efforts to needlessly complicate Maria’s life, I managed to point out a bunch of inconsistencies between the 3d printed mask I had produced and the actual screen…

3D Printing Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe

The Immortan Rabbit-Hole

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July 11, 2015

I have a bunch of other irons in the fire that are still half-finished or in-progress, but to hell with it, I want to post this stuff too. I…