After five months of work, Vicente Gomez’s, a.k.a. Vincent Bon Vic – Props on Facebook, StarCraft build is just about complete. This complex, detailed build of Jim Raynor’s massive armor is so polished it’s hard to believe it began from a pile of bright green and orange EVA foam floor mats. You can view a picture of the costume’s humble beginnings just below.
Vincent formed the material into shape — I can’t even imagine how much smoothing he had to do. With the brunt of the work done, all Vincent has left is to program the LEDs on the suit.
Watch how the costume moves in this video.
View more pictures of the build at Vincent’s Facebook page.
via The RPF on Facebook
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