HALO 4/5 MARK VI MASTER CHIEF/EXOSKELETON BUILD (FIBERGLASS)

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So as I resined the two shin pieces, I realized that one shin was slightly larger by 1 cm. So I clamped it on a vise and heated it to shape, it worked well and is now balanced in shape.
 

mblackwell1002

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nice, man! looks great!

Now...may I ask why there's a drill press in your kitchen? :lol:
along with other machinery and such...Haha.

But seriously, nice job! I'm looking forward to you Bondo-ing those bad boys up!! :D
 
nice, man! looks great!

Now...may I ask why there's a drill press in your kitchen? :lol:
along with other machinery and such...Haha.

But seriously, nice job! I'm looking forward to you Bondo-ing those bad boys up!! :D
hahahahah, never thought my work shed would look like a kitchen XD
And my dad has an engineering background hehe
 
Just a little overview with what I have, I have more pieces done I just can't wear it atm. HOPE YOU GUYS LIKE IT
 

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Great job MasterChief7117. The shins look a little small compared to the boots though.........as well as the thighs. I think that is the coverage Whitewolftiger1 is referring to.
Yeah the boots are big, already made new ones just need to post it. The thighs are right, and the shins are right in scale also in fact i adjusted the leg armor by a lot already.
The shins in the picture are also incomplete, it's missing the top part and the armor is pushed higher in position so I can wear it for now without any harness. Other than I have long legs which gives the effect...
 
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CommanderPalmer

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Looking good! Nice seeing you make progress. :)
And I totally agree, the new 343i GEN2 looks SOOOO damn good. They went much more into realistic one - it allows you for much more mobility but it has protection in crucial areas. Plus, it looks like actual *thick* armor.
Whereas Bungie didn't really think much, especially with Mark VI which was so restricting, but Chief alone had weird incorrect anatomy. Normally you couldn't sit or crouch in that armor, so no mobility at all and in many places the armor looked so thin as well.
And no more very restricting space diaper! Now welcome to new generation where you groin protection is built into the techsuit! :D
 
Looking good! Nice seeing you make progress. :)
And I totally agree, the new 343i GEN2 looks SOOOO damn good. They went much more into realistic one - it allows you for much more mobility but it has protection in crucial areas. Plus, it looks like actual *thick* armor.
Whereas Bungie didn't really think much, especially with Mark VI which was so restricting, but Chief alone had weird incorrect anatomy. Normally you couldn't sit or crouch in that armor, so no mobility at all and in many places the armor looked so thin as well.
And no more very restricting space diaper! Now welcome to new generation where you groin protection is built into the techsuit! :D

Couldn't agree more!! :)
 
Here's a little update on my work for the past 1 month and half, really trying to balance time for my suit but I think it's paying off!

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View attachment 247943 View attachment 247944 View attachment 247942 Here's the missing piece and a picture in another angle. Chief's new design is also pretty complex and misunderstood. His armor is very well segmented, it's just bulky and comprised with many small pieces and all together it makes the armor look bigger or longer unlike his design back in halo 3.
that looks much better....also I didn't take in to account of the knee armor. Once all of these little pieces are filled in. those large gaps will fill out nicely. Great job!!!
 
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