After a cold, snow filled winter, I have some progress. Handplates and shoulders are hardening with some smoothcast 320, biceps and forearms are constructed Bevbor style out of cardboard cut from pep pieces, and the Hayabusa chest piece is pepped and sitting in place ready to be resined.
Not only is the modeling of your Hayabusa armor quality grade, but the painting is awesome. Seriously, I am considering doing my Mark VI in blue now. Then that black detailing is just spot on. Nice work. Continue at this rate with the rest of your suit and you will definately have an amazing suit of armor in the end.
I have run into a bit of a problem, while test fitting my armor the back neck piece of my helmet hits on the back plate on the raised piece. Since that is the problem i will have to cut that piece off to allow me to have more motion in my neck. I wasn't sure if anyone else building a hayabusa helmet has run into that problem, if so what were your solutions?
Armor is 99% done and I will post pictures later, just need some help asap. What is the best way to mount a visor, and what type of glue/method works best? I am very short on time and need to know cause the con I am going to is this weekend.
Any updates on the armor that happen will be posted tomorrow or after Otakon.