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Old 11-04-2008, 08:33 PM   #19476
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Could I get more imput on this before I cast it? I'm getting eager to cast the dang thing. lol

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Old 11-05-2008, 10:51 AM   #19477
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Have a look at this one:

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Old 11-05-2008, 08:39 PM   #19478
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Have a look at this one:

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zentai suits are usually cheap knock-offs, but some buy them, and then modify them (ex. adding better lenses, and 3d webbing) but it's totally up to you. Personally, if you want quality with a low price, see what Spider4Fun has. I heard he's not too expensive, and his stuff is really good.

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Old 11-07-2008, 04:40 PM   #19479
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Could I get more imput on this before I cast it? I'm getting eager to cast the dang thing. lol

That's a cool venom mask.

 
Old 11-08-2008, 12:33 AM   #19480
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Could I get more imput on this before I cast it? I'm getting eager to cast the dang thing. lol
If i where you I would redo the teeth. They look to bulky and nonthreatening. The teeth you made are overall the same size. As teeth get farther back they usually very in size and generally get smaller. Lets look at this:



To achieve this your best bet would be to carve the teeth separately and then attach them to the head piece. Attach them into the gums, which brings me to the next point, your teeth are coming out of the lips. You might want to show the gums to have it more beleivable.

I dont know what your plan is with this head, but so far thats all I got. Good luck.

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Old 11-08-2008, 10:06 AM   #19481
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That's a cool venom mask.
Thanks!

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If i where you I would redo the teeth. They look to bulky and nonthreatening. The teeth you made are overall the same size. As teeth get farther back they usually very in size and generally get smaller. Lets look at this:



To achieve this your best bet would be to carve the teeth separately and then attach them to the head piece. Attach them into the gums, which brings me to the next point, your teeth are coming out of the lips. You might want to show the gums to have it more beleivable.

I dont know what your plan is with this head, but so far thats all I got. Good luck.
Yeah, thank you, I know exactly what you mean.. Well the actual purpose of this is to use is as a face shell for my venom mask. So the detail only matters in the mouth and eyes. Also, I wanna get used to casting molds, so I figure I'd first try with this faceshell, because it's JUST a faceshell, not some huge master piece. You know?

As for the teeth, I've debated whether or not to shrink 'em. I mean, they do get smaller as they go to the side, but they're still fairly large, you're right. The purpose of the face shell is also for the jaw to move too. So I want Venom to be like "grinning evily" and then growling.. And I dont know if the teeth would align up like that if they were smaller. For example, these teeth are fairly bigger too.. (So it appears)

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I was gonna cast it tomorrow, so I would have to hussle in a day to change the teeth.. but I think I might.

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Old 11-08-2008, 01:45 PM   #19482
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Okay so then if its a face shield, the teeth are the most important part. That's the only thing that will show from this sculpt.

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I dont think you should rush it just because you are getting impatient. It will be worth it in the end to get it as close as possible to being correct than just having it done because you got antsy.

You are so close, you have done a great job to this point. Looking forward to seeing it!

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Old 11-08-2008, 02:51 PM   #19483
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Here are some changes I made to Sparkus' version.

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Old 11-08-2008, 07:24 PM   #19484
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He didn't want to re sculpt the rest of the head, But i do agree it might be a good idea..

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Old 11-09-2008, 12:39 AM   #19485
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good venom head spiderman C ,
can some one help , i hav some problem sew up the zipper of yuri's kit.
my mum sew the suit for me , and she hav no idea where to put the zipper. can anyone help ? that will be very great if anyone post the picture for the zipper , thanks alot guys.

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Old 11-09-2008, 08:04 AM   #19486
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Okay so then if its a face shield, the teeth are the most important part. That's the only thing that will show from this sculpt.

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I dont think you should rush it just because you are getting impatient. It will be worth it in the end to get it as close as possible to being correct than just having it done because you got antsy.

You are so close, you have done a great job to this point. Looking forward to seeing it!
Yeah, I was thinking about it, and I'm just gonna re-do the mouth area. And thanks for actually taking the time to do all of that!

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So you're saying I need to raise the mouth too? Because I kind of agree.. And you think I should change the eyes too? Because that's a battle to do as well. lol

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He didn't want to re sculpt the rest of the head, But i do agree it might be a good idea..
No, but I guess I could. There's really no rush besides me being impatient. lol Thanks guys!

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Old 11-10-2008, 05:43 AM   #19487
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can some one help me out, hav any picture that shows how to put the zipper ?

from which part to which part ??

help !!!!!!!!!!!!!! my spidey costume almost complete except the zipper

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Old 11-10-2008, 05:57 AM   #19488
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can some one help me out, hav any picture that shows how to put the zipper ?

from which part to which part ??

help !!!!!!!!!!!!!! my spidey costume almost complete except the zipper

How many zippers do you have? I use 1 long one. It starts under 1 arm, goes down the side... under the belt at the back of the suit then up the other side. I guess it doesnt matter how many zippers you use.. I've seen 1, 2 and 3. The movie suit used 3. 1 for each side and 1 under the belt.

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Old 11-10-2008, 07:31 AM   #19489
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How many zippers do you have? I use 1 long one. It starts under 1 arm, goes down the side... under the belt at the back of the suit then up the other side. I guess it doesnt matter how many zippers you use.. I've seen 1, 2 and 3. The movie suit used 3. 1 for each side and 1 under the belt.
Brad isn't the movie suit a 4 piece suit: both boots come off, then you have the mask but that doesn't have a zipper because it just slips on as well as the boots or shoes, then you have the chest part of the suit but in what locations would the 3 zippers be located on the movie suit.

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Old 11-10-2008, 03:03 PM   #19490
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there are quite a few versions of the "movie suit" some versions the head removed, others it was a solid suit. Hence why in close up shots the body neck and head magically turned into a complete garment.

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Old 11-10-2008, 04:07 PM   #19491
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there are quite a few versions of the "movie suit" some versions the head removed, others it was a solid suit. Hence why in close up shots the body neck and head magically turned into a complete garment.
You know thats a very good point I was wondering the same thing why is it that in up close shots the neck and head magically turn into a complete garment in some parts of the film I also noticed that as well?

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Old 11-10-2008, 04:21 PM   #19492
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Hey guys has anyone herd, spoken to, or ordered anything recently or in the past before from Ernie or (SpideyFan 27) I would like to talk to you in a private message if you guys have ordered anything from him in the past or spoken to him recently please send me a private message. This is very urgent. Thanks guys.

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How many zippers do you have? I use 1 long one. It starts under 1 arm, goes down the side... under the belt at the back of the suit then up the other side. I guess it doesnt matter how many zippers you use.. I've seen 1, 2 and 3. The movie suit used 3. 1 for each side and 1 under the belt.
thanks alot Brad, ur the man. thanks for the quick help, my suit will complete soon, now, for glueing the webbing.

i hav just one zippers, ill try to put the zipper from under 1 arm , under the belt and goes to the other side.

thanks guys , for sharing.


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hi guys ,

did anyone still selling the faceshell with the clip on magnectic lences ??

did anyone willing to sell me one ??

i think i will hav to get one, cause my face shape is too small.

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Old 11-11-2008, 05:35 AM   #19495
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sory is me again !!!!!!!!!

so many question ???????

for glueing the webbing, can i use the elephant brand super glue ? the glue is fast dry super glue, it drys up in just count of 3 ( just few seconds )

but after it dry, the webbing become hard, even the fabric also become hard. did i used the right glue ???

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I've not used that brand of glue so I cant give any advise hear. When I apply glue I use a VERY fine coat of Loctite Super Glue. It doesnt seem to crack when stretched but that's probably due to the fact I use very little when gluing webbing.

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Thats a really nice venom mask.


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I've not used that brand of glue so I cant give any advise hear. When I apply glue I use a VERY fine coat of Loctite Super Glue. It doesnt seem to crack when stretched but that's probably due to the fact I use very little when gluing webbing.
thanks alot Brad, thanks for always be here and all the help for me.

my mum sew the zipper last nite, she stretched the fabric to sew up the zipper according to the size = 28cm to the side and 35cm below the belt,

is it the right way ?? for sew up the zipper , is it neccesary to strech the fabric to sew the zipper , or just sew up only ??

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I dont stetch the sides but do occassionally stretch the suit at the belt depending on how big the wearer is. If you stretch the sides it gets a puffy look.

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sory is me again !!!!!!!!!

so many question ???????

for glueing the webbing, can i use the elephant brand super glue ? the glue is fast dry super glue, it drys up in just count of 3 ( just few seconds )

but after it dry, the webbing become hard, even the fabric also become hard. did i used the right glue ???

I use Loctite Super Glue Gel try that.

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