Hello all! I'm very new to this community--created my account just yesterday. I'm also new to cosplay, as I've always wanted to get into it but never had any chance to until now. I plan to make this cosplay for next year's Anime Expo, so that way I have a ton of time to prepare and won't have to stress about time constraints. Luckily, I've got a 3D printer at my disposal, so I'm going to be experimenting with printing out different parts of the Praetor suit, but I think for the most part I'll be using EVA foam. I'm not exactly sure which praetor suit iteration I'm going to go with yet; I've got the helmet from the DOOM Eternal Collector's edition, but I have 3d models from the 2016 praetor suit, so I'm still a bit on the edge. Although, I'm mostly leaning towards the 2016 praetor suit (it just looks cooler IMO). The main thing I'm concerned about right now is how I'm going to handle the material that comes underneath the armor, as well as the boots. The boots look pretty thick and massive and I want the cosplay to be as accurate as I can, so I'm not sure whether I should buy boots and surround them with foam or some other approach. What do you guys think? And does anyone have any tips for the material underneath the armor? A friend recommended a black jumpsuit but the areas near the shoulders and by the thighs are more leather-ish, and I'm not too sure as to what to do for those regions. I look forward to updating this thread as the cosplay progresses!