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Skyrim Dragonborn Iron Armor Build

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Iron Armor is a set of sturdy armor worn by the Dragonborn in Skyrim, and maker Taha Caner Prop/Design recently finished his take on the outfit. He crafted the armor from the helmet to leg guards. Though the finished armor looks metallic, it was crafted from EVA foam and what appears to be a styrene material (that was used for the trim). A softer foam was used to form the horns of the helmet. Taha applied paint to make the armor looked weathered and aged — you can see the paint best in this photo.

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View more pictures of the build at Facebook.

via The RPF on Facebook, top photo by Emsal Güreşçi


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