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    Bioshock 2 W.i.p

    Thanks for the help! And here you go, http://www.405th.com/showthread.php/29359-Bioshock-2-Subject-Delta-WIP?p=475371&posted=1#post475371 Also, I wasn't asking before how to use the joint compound because I already knew how. Thank you though! xD
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    Bioshock 2: Subject Delta WIP

    Delta's Drill Alright here's the drill part that I started on. Honestly, it's much easier than I expected. So here's the progress run down.I started by making several circles that would serve as the reference to make other circles. After the circles were made, I made a second...
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    Bioshock 2: Subject Delta WIP

    Additional Accessories I was thinking about a few things that might improve the costume. The first thing that might help are fans. These will be put inside the back of the helmet with the grate over them so they don't stick out as much and also so I don't die from overheating...
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    Bioshock 2: Subject Delta WIP

    Helmet Visor I did the same thing for the visor rim as I did with the Diving Weight. Drew up a sketch and the cut it out to make and outline. It will be two layers of MDF thick so I can cut out a portion of the helmet where the visor rim is suppose to go and insert it. Details such...
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    Bioshock 2: Subject Delta WIP

    Helmet Camera The Camera on Delta's head! This was probably the easiest of all the pieces to do. I have no progress pictures of it because I was having too much fun making it... It's composition is easy though. The camera was made but cutting out pieces of green Dry Foam (from...
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    Bioshock 2: Subject Delta WIP

    Delta's Diving Weight Here is the next piece of the Delta suit, The Diving Weight or to others, A Pendant, or a Lock-shaped diving weight. I drew up a sketch on a 11x17" sheet of Bristol paper, cut out the shape, and then drew an outline on a piece of MDF. I...
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    Bioshock 2: Subject Delta WIP

    Update 3: Finished fiber-glassing the helmet! I was surprised and also incredibly happy that the fiber-glass resin didn't effect the foam in anyway . Now the helmet is fairly solid. I filed down some of the rough edges here and there. Now all I have to do is bondo it a little to fill...
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    Bioshock 2: Subject Delta WIP

    Delta's Helmet The first part of the suit I started on was the helmet, only because it would probably be the most difficult for me. When I first started the helmet I thought of two ways to make it. The first was to make a skeleton and fill it in with expanding spray foam. At the...
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    Bioshock 2: Subject Delta WIP

    This WIP is for anyone interested in making a Subject Delta costume from Bioshock 2. I'll post any and all progress I make on the suit. I hope you enjoy and find it helpful if you ever make this costume. This is just a re-post from my blog at yoyoprops.blogspot.com. Check there from time to time...
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    Bioshock 2 W.i.p

    Alright. I wouldn't mind doing that. How do I go about doing that though?
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    Bioshock 2 W.i.p

    Have you thought about paper mache at all? It's easier and cheaper to fill the major holes in with and then you could just cover it with Resin once you get it smooth enough. The bondo is awfully heavy (and more of a pain to sand and file down than the resin) and I'm trying to find others ways to...
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    Bioshock 2 W.i.p

    Jason, you're helmet is looking good so far. Also the "brace" or cage, whatever you call it looks fuckin' fantastic! Are you going to smooth out the edges or leave it the way it is? Few things here and there could use some touch ups but other than that it's looking great! Let's chat sometime...
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