To make a replica of a Bat-suit, you have to have the patience of Bruce Wayne. Naythero Productions, also known as Jack Raiden, clearly channeled some of the DC Comics hero’s ingenuity and tenaciousness when making this Batman: Arkham Knight costume. The armored suit is all about technology, also appropriate for the character. But unlike Bruce, Naythero Productions didn’t work alone. He teamed up with Replica Industries and KrayveN Cosplay. He said:
Fully made in 3d printing, à several days of sanding, car vinyl for thé carbon and black chrome effect, undersuit made in our studios Parallel Life Studios using screenprint technology, the chest is equiped with flex system to move just like in the game.
Check out more images of the costume’s evolution in this album.
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