First Spartan III build (3D print)

Emp Frosty

Active Member
Small update:

Got 2 picture 2 drop that cover about 3 things here.
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First thing you can see is that I added all the little labels and details to the lower half and even the upper half that isnt shown.

Second up is that I've been debating on remaking the shin/calf and thigh sections to shorten them a bit so I can sit more easily. Before I take the plunge on that however, I got some heel lifts to put in my shoes to see if maybe some extra height would help space them apart better.

(It actually worked pretty well.)

Third thing is that I'm super tall so I got those heel lifts to make myself look taller when in armor and the like 2 and half inch lift makes a big difference on how just the lower half fits and looks. For reference I'm like 5' 7" out of armor and with no shoes on, add in shoes and the lifts and I go up to 5' 10" just about.
 

BobRossIsMaDad

New Member
Small update:

Got 2 picture 2 drop that cover about 3 things here.
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First thing you can see is that I added all the little labels and details to the lower half and even the upper half that isnt shown.

Second up is that I've been debating on remaking the shin/calf and thigh sections to shorten them a bit so I can sit more easily. Before I take the plunge on that however, I got some heel lifts to put in my shoes to see if maybe some extra height would help space them apart better.

(It actually worked pretty well.)

Third thing is that I'm super tall so I got those heel lifts to make myself look taller when in armor and the like 2 and half inch lift makes a big difference on how just the lower half fits and looks. For reference I'm like 5' 7" out of armor and with no shoes on, add in shoes and the lifts and I go up to 5' 10" just about.
Looking pretty fly there my dude
 

Emp Frosty

Active Member
It looks great! I also put on my whole suit just to test small things. What did you use for the undersuit?
I switched to a neosport dive suit. It drastically reduced the excess bulk around my legs, arms, and waist so I'll need to add a little bit of padding around the forearms and calves but it looks much better for the scaling of my belt section.
 

Emp Frosty

Active Member
In preparation for all the hot weather that is to come I ordered some fans to put in my own A/C unit in my helmet.

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For those who dont have any experience dealing with or no interest in learning how to wire things I strongly recommend checking out Henry's Helmet Fans. For the kit I got all I needed to do was plug it all together and then plug in a small power bank and velcro everything on place.

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