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Apprentice

Registered: 04-2008
Location: Portland Orygun
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Begins Armor 2D Drawing


Couldn't really find what I was looking for in terms of plans for the template for my foamie armor. Here's a prelim pdf of what I've got for the Begins armor. The grid is 1"x1" and the pdf is at 24"x36"

Hopefully the link will work. First time trying to post something here.

EDIT!!! Link didn't work. Will find service to host, sorry I was a tease.

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Re: begins armor 2d drawing


Dang tease! :whack
 :lol

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Apprentice

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Re: begins armor 2d drawing



to download pdf at 200dpi 24"x36"
http://home.comcast.net/~archytextural/batmanbegins/chestpiecetemplate.pdf


that should get you to the file. didn't want to be a tease for too long.

My mission is to provide scale drawings of the suit I'm making for halloween. not sure if it's going to be foamies or a foam core/chip board w/ fiber reinforcing or not. I really like the look of the Fox armour and want to carry some of that rigidness into this suit.... we'll see. for my first go it may be a little much, but where's the fun if you don't challenge yourself a little.

let me know what ya'll think, or if you see something completely out of wack that I should adjust.

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Re: begins armor 2d drawing


hey that's pretty cool. That could be very useful for anyone wanting to make a template or a foamies kind of thing. Thanks!
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Re: begins armor 2d drawing


That is beautiful! Thank you for sharing it. :cheers

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Re: begins armor 2d drawing


Right on! That's some good stuff. Thanks for sharing.

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Re: begins armor 2d drawing


Thanks, it's a work in progress so I'll update as I can. Just got a 5" dark knight figure that some of the detailing might come from for my suit. kind of a new hybrid style. :signal

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Re: begins armor 2d drawing


Nice work--thanks for sharing...

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