We planned to release the Wearable Iron Man Mark II (2) and III (3) Armor suit costume this April alone with the famous female Iron Man suit - the Rescue, which is also known as the Iron Pepper Potts. Moreover, we may release several mash-up armors as well. e.g. the Iron Captain American, the Iron Superman and the Iron Spider-Man. The Rescue suit is for sure but the mash-up suits are not decided so if you like them, please let us know.
We tested several key points of the Mark II armor on a helmet prototype. First is the prototypical rivets design. The Iron Man Mark 2 suit is the first armor Tony Stark designed in his own workshop to explore flights potential so the surface look was not a crucial thing Tony cared about very much. However, the exposed rivets make the Mark 2 one of the most unique armors among all the Iron Man armors Tony built. The rivet presentation was a success. Naturally, the next thing we need to test is the chrome-silver paint. To make metallic feeling over the high strength resin is a challenge. What we have achieved can be seen below. The photos were taken by iPhone 6. We are not very satisfied with the surface effect although the helmet do reflect lights. What we are looking for is more shinning, more reflecting effect.
Our mission is to design and produce high quality cutting-edge armor costumes inspired from famous comics, movies and games.
From our point of view, building Cosplay costumes, especially armor costumes, must achieve two key goals. One, it must bring fantasy to real world, so we try our best making them ultra-realistic and movie-accurate using cutting-edge 3D modeling software, advanced 3D printing technology and consecutive-number-controlled (CNC) machining center. Two, they also have to be durable, so we try our best to build them to survive as many wears as possible with minimal maintenance by continuously upgrading the design and producing methodology and material from EVA foam cutting and gluing to high-strength PU molding and assembling.