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Thread: Thorssoli's Isaac Clarke Engineering Rig from Dead Space 2

  1. #111
    haha, they posted your pictures on the daily what geeks from memebase

  2. #112
    Yeah. This outfit is getting around too. Not quite as much as my RvB Spartan lineup, but it's still pretty cool.

    I submitted some pics to the Halloween contest on the RPF, but I also figured I should go ahead and share them here:





    I still need to do a bit of fine-tuning, but I'm pretty happy with this build.

    On the subject of fine-tuning, I've made some improvements to the lighting for the health tube:


    What you're looking at is a series of superbright blue LEDs mounted into a piece of frosted acrylic rod which acts as a diffuser. A series of stripes drawn onto the visible side of the rod finishes the look:


    I'm thinking I'll go back and re-do this again, actually scoring the lines into the rod so it will do an even better job of looking segmented.

    I also went ahead and picked up one of the collector's edition plasma cutters from Epic Weapons. I'm not impressed. It looks the part, but it needs to be about 20% bigger. I'll probably start a build of my own in the next month or two.

    Stay tuned...
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  3. #113
    THis is one of the most amazing suits I've ever seen. I'm not just saying that either. I really love it. Great job Thor!

  4. #114
    The finished (well at least for now) product looks fantastic. You've done some grade-A work as always. Thanks for sharing.
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  5. #115
    freaking unreal.. that is awesome. really like the lighting effect and just adds to awesomeness..
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    This turned out absolutely great Shawn!! Job very well done sir!!

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    i agree that build is awesome kinda makes me jelouse
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    DANG this is just amazing man, well done =D
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  10. #120
    Forgot to mention this other significant thing that happened with this costume. Read details here: Isaac Clarke Meets His Makers
    Last edited by thorssoli; 01-30-2012 at 04:57 PM. Reason: fixed link
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