- KEY OF THUNDERA Paper kit available to buy soon
- My Iron Man Paper mask
- My Kryten movie features in this books DVD
- FULL SCALE BAZOOKOID PAPER PROP UNDER DEVELOPMENT
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Wednesday, 5 March 2014
Projects: Cyberman Part-4
A few people have been messaging me asking how my Cyberman mask project is coming along so, I thought I'd just post a quick sneak peek of where I'm at.
Coming back to this project with a fresh set of eyes as it t'were (after quite a long break) I did manage to spot a few minor errors with my net patterns that had to be corrected following on from Part-2 of this project. Now that's done. I am currently working hard completing this kits assembly guides. (I've reached the numbering of all the components stage) making sure it all works correctly by assembling another mask again. This time following my assembly guides in the order that I have illustrated them.
This is shaping up to be a pretty big kit. For a full size wearable Cyberman helmet all the components currently fit onto twenty-one A4 pages. There are a few more pages to add because I still have to redesign the back plate of this helmet. (been putting that job off though)
The original doctor who props were bolted onto the Cybermen performers during the production of the Earthshock Doctor who episodes. Luckly paper and card has a little more give to them than ridged fiberglass so the back panel is smaller and neater than on actual prop but I just need to figure out an elastic or velcro quick release equivalent so you can get in and out of my mask easily and safely... :-)
Keep your comments coming. They only make me work faster ;-)
What are you planning to do with my mask once you have assembled one for yourself..?