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Always wear protection!

By on August 19, 2016

We took a bit of time today to give some attention to the codpiece. I think this layout is… close to right? Sorry about the blurry photography.

To get the curved shape at the bottom of the codpiece we played around with a few foam designs and then translated them…


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Building Biceps

By on August 18, 2016

Been super busy lately with work, but I did get the chance to make my biceps up. I actually had to try a couple iterations of it to get something that looked proportionate with what I think I need on the rest of the armor, as my first few…


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Vacuum-formed Vambraces

By on August 13, 2016

We did the arm armor up, and since we might be offering pulls of the things up for sale to folks who are interested I figured I’d do a very quick write-up on how these work.

These are my parts after the initial pull. This one’s a little fogged up by…

Cosplay & Props Immortan Joe

Regal Robes, Refined

By on August 11, 2016

The robes got addressed earlier this morning, since I needed them done in order to figure out how the belt will sit over them. The fabric I went with is some kind of canvas cloth that I think fits the part pretty well.

I sewed some pleats into the fabric…


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Buckle (swash not included)

By on August 10, 2016

If I can share a few observations… I think I underestimated my waist measurement by a bit, because I feel like the ‘gap’ in the…


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Holsters and Shin Pads

By on August 9, 2016

I glued a supportive piece of foam to the back of the leather with barge cement in the hopes that it would help keep the front of the shin pads a bit more squared out around my…


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Shin(y) and Chrome

By on August 5, 2016

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Automotive Detailing

By on August 4, 2016

Most of today was spent getting some of the details on my shin pads done, since I like jumping around between parts of this project like crazy.

The links were primed with a rust-colored primer and then sprayed to death with a bunch of various metallic paints that I have…