Sean Bradley said:Brbb!
Uh... you should read around here a little more... there are current and recent auctions going on that would answer your question quite well.
Dracc said:What about Microsoft's new IP protection? AFAIK it allows for the creation of personal items, and the selling of one offs... but I'm pretty sure they would crack down on any mass produced items. I know the alterations to the EULA have been a hot topic with machinimists, but honestly armorers may end up feeling its effects just as much, if not more.
Jim said:I don't personally see the point, for the amount of time involved in scoring, folding, gluing, hardening, and detailing pepakura armor, I can't see it being profitable.
Jim said:I don't understand what you're saying here...
feigned-echo said:if you don't put time and effort into the very first piece you make for someone, as if it were for you, they'll be able to tell from seeing how other pieces from other artists look, and think your work isn't good, so they'll take their business elseware.
I guess...unless you use a lot of Body Filler, at least thats my theory to make it look as good.DrkZide said:So is it safe to say that a pep armor will never look as good as lets say armor that was created using the method that Adam used?