Okay well it would still look good...and what should i use to glue my cardboard parts together. I'm making a M6D and i'm to the part were i need to start attaching things. So could some one tell me what is the best to attach cardboard together
It would be nice armor to make, but its no more difficult that regular MC armor. And plus, only you and a handful of halo fans would know what the armor is. others wouldnt know and would think its from transformers or something. Now on the other hand, the regular old MC armor almost everyone would know who it is.
Im not trying to discourage you. Make the armor and helmet, it looks sick as hell, so i dont see how it should be difficult. It just is more intimidating than the regular armor.
to me... the hayabusa doesnt look that hard to make.
have you seen the back of the helm? its basicly like a flat round ball thing...... the front effect things can be easily archived with some cardboard or paper. the shoulders, well those are jsut easy. a few flaps. the chest isnt terribly hard either. you just have to have a premade Mark VI chest and then just get some modeling clay and then make the designs. which is basicly just 2-3 triangles if you really look at it.
im not saying it wouldnt be a feat if you made it. but i just dont think its worth the time besides, all the ninja gaiden fans will laugh at you
I hate it.. and I hate the katana... When master chief finally takes off his helmet I have a bad feeling its going to reveal long spikey gold hair, oversized eyes, and all the other stereotypical anime stuff, I just don't think it fits.