Arlock's Mk VII Enigma Armor Build

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Arlock

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405th Regiment Officer
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Hello everyone!

I've been on the forum for a long time, looking at armor projects, props and more, and I've always wondered why I never posted my previous armor build?
So now, after a couple of years of having retired my Mark VI armor, I have decided to work on my next armor which will be a Mark VII - Gen 3 with the Enigma helmet.

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(This is the suggested colors I plan to use, but I'll probably change some if I can't find the same shades)

My deadline to finish it is early December for the 405th Mexico Regiment reunion.
For this project I plan to print the helmet in 3D and the armor will be made of eva foam.
 
The first thing I started working on was the Enigma helmet.
I bought an stl file on Etsy, in the store called TitlewaveDesigns. I divided the 3d model into 8 parts and printed it with PLA on an Ender 3.

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I have edited the accessory that the Enigma helmet wears in 3D with the help of rip files from the Game and converted them into stl for printing.

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I share the file in case you want to download it.

Then I went to post-processing, sanding, automotive putty filler, sanding and sanding...

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For the helmet visor, I bought a Disguise brand mask on Amazon, it works well, it's a good option, although you have to be careful because it stains and scratches easily on the outside.

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This is the result for now. The next thing will be to work with Eva foam for the rest of the armor...

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Oh no. Sad to hear you retired your previous suit. It was so beautiful.
Good luck on your new build and looking forward to the progress.
 
Oh no. Sad to hear you retired your previous suit. It was so beautiful.
Good luck on your new build and looking forward to the progress.

Thank you Reclaimara
I had to retire it because some parts of the torso and legs began to break, and to be honest it is very heavy, when he used it he ended up with back pain. But I still have the armor, I have it on display in my workspace.
Maybe in the future he decides to rehabilitate the armor again...

I already know this build is going to be amazing!
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Thank you Rock Lobster! now I'm working on the pieces of the arms, maybe tomorrow I'll upload photos.
 
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