First non-Halo suit build attempt and I couldn't think of anything better to build than a Republic Commando. In particular, Delta-62. --- (Space for finished pics) BUILD STATUS: Helmet: Base coats painted, weathering in progress... Chestpiece/torso: Converted and scaled Backpack: Pending Shoulders: Converted and scaled Gauntlets: Converted and scaled Codpiece: Converted and scaled Thighs: Converted and scaled Shins: Converted and scaled Boots: Pending DC-17 + anti-armor attachment: Pending --- I've been wanting to build this suit since I first played the game, but thought it could never be possible to build from scratch. The 501st kept pointing me towards kits, but 1) I have a very small budget and b) I prefer to build my things from scratch. There aren't a lot of helmet files around the web either. The only one I kept finding is one that I believe is too narrow and squished for my personal taste, and the visor is inaccurate. Sadly, I couldn't find any better helmets that didn't cost $200+ just for the pdo file, so I had to go with it - but not without some alterations! I got my partner to stretch it out before sending it off to a prop builder in a neighboring state for 3D printing*. I instantly fell in love. *Usually I try to unfold and build my own helmets, but the obj. file of the bucket was super hi res (cough, 24MB, yikes) and my computer struggled to even open it. ICYMI, the builder behind the helmet is All Stars Props & Cosplay, and he is fantastic. I definitely recommend him for Australian cosplayers needing a helmet or prop printed for a great price. After some very long digging, I came across some decent files for the rest of the suit. You can find these files here. I converted the files to foam as a personal preference, and the only things I'll have to freehand will be the boots, elbows and handplates. Easy. For now I'm finishing off my current build of Alice-130 from Halo Wars in the next two weeks, and then I'll get cracking on building Scorch. Back soon!