i think you have a awesome set up there i love the way those interlock make lining up easier. im really stoked about this build keep the updates comming....
Im really glad someone else will be able to use the details I added!I just saw your update to Moe's EOD. That's awesome! I had been planning on using that to go with my in-game Spartan but the missing details were a bit too much of an issue for me. Once I finish the rest of my suit I might need to give it a print.
The build is looking amazing and I can't wait to see the final suit up, good job man!
that is the same artist but 2 different sites. I include both because CG trader often has sales of 30% off. However, some of the listings he has on cg trader don't actually have all the files advertised, so I had to contact support to get a refund. Great models though.
Yep. In the main set that’s supposed to contain everything it doesn’t have the versions for the holes for the electronics. When I discovered this I just got a refund. However, the security shoulder post also is missing the shoulders, so when I bought that I also had to get a refund. All the other posts look fine though.Did the missing files on CG trader happen to be the chest components with hallowed areas for electronics? I have had the same issue
Were you not able to message them to get the files sent to you?Yep. In the main set that’s supposed to contain everything it doesn’t have the versions for the holes for the electronics. When I discovered this I just got a refund. However, the security shoulder post also is missing the shoulders, so when I bought that I also had to get a refund. All the other posts look fine though.
Thanks! for gluing parts together, i use a 2 part epoxy resin. When I start sanding parts for this, I will go through cycles of adding bondo or filler primer, then sanding it down, then adding more filler primer or bondo until I am satisfied with the results. I am usually only satisfied with a near perfect finish with no print imperfections or layer lines, so this takes a while. Im sure I will go into greater detail about my finishing process when I am at that stage for the suit.Wow, I love your work!
What technique do you use for glueing parts of the armor together, for smoothing and priming your parts?