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SMITE THE UNHOLY by Dezelith SMITE THE UNHOLY by Dezelith
Photographers and aids: Maibritt Ha Ji Pedersen, Ulrich V. Blücher and Morten Rathje Kindberg

Watch more here: www.facebook.com/rosesandboltshells

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BeatleJulius Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
HEEEELLL YEEEEAAAHHHH!!! Ready to smash some heretics and xenos!!!
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Hammerhead333 Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2014
Fantastic :D
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ArcaneArchery Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer

This is fantastic. Is it difficult to move around while wearing it?

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Dezelith Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
It's not as difficult as one should think; of course, for a person who would try it on for the first time it might be a bit overwhelming - but once you get used to it, it's got pretty nice weight distribution. The legs offer better movement than our smaller Dark Angel marine for some odd reason ;)

Thanks for looking
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carlodagunz Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I've seen you around on Youtube. Imperial Fist Terminator?

I'm looking to make my own assault marine armor, based on my character's appearance in the PS3 multiplayer. Any advice for a material to make it with? It needs to be durable, but relatively light-weight, because I plan to add a jump pack.
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Dezelith Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Hi there

You should head over to our page www.facebook.com/rosesandboltshells
We have a few tutorials and MANY WIP pictures. One of our cosplay friends from the UK made a Blood Angel Assault Marine;
you could check that out, look up Render and Spectar Props and Cosplay.
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carlodagunz Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you. "The 40k as a hobby" should be very useful. I plan to sculpt the armor without templates, with a reference image. What sort of foam would you suggest for this?
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Dezelith Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
If you are 'sculpting' I would not recommend foam. If you want to go the hard but 'original' route, you can cut out wood shapes and sand it - then vacuform them, to have plastic copies. You could also work with clay of course, but 'sculpting' foam, is not possible as such. All you can do is cut it to shape or dremel it. You can still get good results with these techniques though :)

My older Imperial Fists Marine was scratchbuilt without templates - whereas my newer Dark Angel is built with templates as reference. All with foam, bits and what I had lying around. Again, primarily EVA foam, craft foam etc. Scratchbuilding today, is a unique process - but it is also slow, much more difficult and to a certain degree not as accurate as the templated versions. I used to be pro-scratchbuild, untill I had a go with the templates and learnt how easy and less material/time/mind consuming it is.

I also have a helmet tutorial on RnB, which is a good starting point.
Good luck!
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carlodagunz Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Well, I didn't mean sculpting per se, but cutting and carving the foam. I also tend to refer to that as sculpting. I cant really use templates since I dont have a printer.
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Dezelith Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
For working with foam I highly recommend getting a dremel rotary tool! On my page I have several videos, showing how I did various symbols and insignia with only a bit of knifework and a dremel :)
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