glad to see that so many people have already done my needler.. although i must say,, uhh ,, your guns is outta ammo. you didnt add any needles! it looks like i was right it needs to be slightly bigger looks like you can barely fit your hand in there..
Yes, with the gloves on, it is a little small, but it is a nice model, and its not as hard as I thought it would be (although time consuming). Once again, props and thanks for that Lol, and yes, I know I didn't add needles...didn't feel up for it (have a cold...so resin and paint and glue aren't things I want to be hanging around with...)
Paper-mache doesn't sand all that well, and unless you are a pro pinata maker, then I would stick to the tried and true... Body fillers...
Suit does look good btw, a black under suit would make the armor stand out really well...
If you plan on making molds, I would finish detailing the suit before you do that, because other wise, your mold suit, will look exactly like your pep suit... which isn't bad, but if you plan on selling them, you may try to add the details.
Molding is going to be expensive to get the whole suit done, be prepared for a few $1000 investment. But I made my original helm from Pep, detailed it, then molded it, and with just the helm I am already into my project for close to $800. and many hours of my time. Keep at it though... the community needs more prop builders.
Look at spase, he made a mold of his pep helmet, but the thing is, with pep, you'll spend over 100 dollars making a nice mold, plus another 100 on molding materials...it's cheaper and better to make a clay sculpture.
imo, it needs more sanding to make it look smooth and not all "Polygoney" since you have the Fiberglass undercoat, you can sand a little extra and make it look nicer ' class='bbc_emoticon' alt='' />" border="0" alt="biggrin.gif" />
blue jumpsuit? at least its unique
EDIT: hey... if you can get that same exact suit/undersuit in black, i think it would look perfect cause of the patterns/lines already on the suit.