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Subject Delta Costume WIP by mooseace Subject Delta Costume WIP by mooseace
So this is going to be my first real endeavor in the prop making arena (aside from little things). I'm also in the process of making an Adam syringe for my girlfriend. I choose this costume because I'm 6'11" and my lady is 5'3" so naturally Big Daddy and Little sister.

This is obviously just a set of drawings I did for scale and proportion. let me know what you think.

All portrayed subject matter is owned, licensed and trademarked by 2K Games.
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A-hardie Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2012
I'd probably need to raise the helmet a little, to add more height
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DDDXIII Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2011
Great Idea and may I ask to please copy this? I am planning on doing a subject Delta Cosplay for Otakon 2012. This would be beneficial to me having a scale to work off of.
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mooseace Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
I appreciate you asking, go for it!
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DDDXIII Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2011
Thank you.
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Subject-Delta12 Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2011
Whoa!!! Dude, if you do finish that, can you send me the pic of it?! Delta, Bouncers, Rosies, Rumblers, Lancers, Any Big Daddy pic is awesome! But, THIS is incredible! Please! If you do get it finished, PLEASE, for the love of GOD, send me a pic!!!
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mooseace Featured By Owner May 3, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Can do!
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EboPerto Featured By Owner May 25, 2010
6' 11''? HOLY CRAP!
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wowjunkie1993 Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2010
im planning on making one of these babies my self, so these plans are a godsend. let me know how it turns out!
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mooseace Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Can do.
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sweettooth071791 Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2010  Hobbyist Artist
Hmmm... This seems pretty ambitious, If you can pull this bad boy off, Kudos to you man!
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mooseace Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Let me tell you I have my doubts... but go big or go home.
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sweettooth071791 Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2010  Hobbyist Artist
Nahhhh... don't be doubtful, some fiberglass/resin, leather, and canvas and you should be good. Trust me, as a special effects guy myself, things are usually easier than they look if you want to do it bad enough.
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T3hJake Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2010
Damn you're tall!
Can't wait to see the final product, good luck!
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StudioCreations Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2010  Professional General Artist
Looks awesome. Let me know if you have any questions about potential materials or tools that you'll need to create this sucker.
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mooseace Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Obviously you have to be on gbfans...
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StudioCreations Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2010  Professional General Artist
I have some photos up there, but sadly, I do not hit the discussion boards regularly. :(
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mooseace Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
I'm only on there because of one of my friends, boomerjinks.
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mooseace Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Will do. I've got a few buddies that are pretty serious about prop building. Although I do need to learn how to do resin casting...
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StudioCreations Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2010  Professional General Artist
For the resin casting newbie, my biggest tip would be to buy a Trial kit of Silicone and Resin from Smooth-on.com and do a simple one-part mold (pouring silicone over an item that resides inside a walled box of sorts, leaving the bottom of the item unaffected by silicone). Smooth-on's 1-800 customer service techs are some of the best and most informed people I have ever met. Outstanding training on Smooth-on's part. And Smooth-on is very fan freindly. They understand our wacky projects, because they deal with us fans everyday. The customer service rep will help identify the type of silicone you need and the type of resin you want to use to achieve the final product you want.

Start off with a simple object you want to cast, then once you are familiar with the materials, advance to the next level of resin casting (pressure casting and 2 part molds)
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mooseace Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Cool thanks!
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FelixSoapMacTavish Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2010
gonna wait for the final product
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