GOW- Chest Armour Template for EVA foam .pdf file and .pdo file
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Previous foam construction experience and the use of the Pepakura Designer software is recommended.
Add details and personalize to create your own unique armour.
Ideal for cosplayers, replica prop makers and foamcraft enthusiasts. Includes .pdo files and .pdf files.
The scale can be adjusted using your printer options.
This purchase is for the template only. It is for the following armour piece: torso(front and back).
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Here is the original Lancer that attaches to my paintball gun (Tippmann A5)
..and here is the final Lancer prop.
Since they're incredibly cheap, easy to obtain, and simple to work with, I decided to take a crack at making my own armor.
After doing some test runs with poster-board, I realized I needed to have a mannequin in order to test the fit and make sure everything was proportional. I created this one by putting on an old t-shirt, and having my wife duct-tape me from belt to neck. Then, she cut down my back so I could get out. I taped up the back again and stuffed the whole thing with some old sheets.
Here's the entire set of tools needed to make the armor. Very easy, very cheap.
Next, I created the neck seal. I planned to build everything off it's scale. After that, I started to lay out the shapes of the chest piece with poster-board. Once finalized, these shapes would be templates for cutting out the EVA foam.
Here's the finished 'undersuit.'
As before with the undersuit, in order to get the shape right before I start cutting into the mats, I used paper, and poster board to make templates. Once I'm satisfied with a shape by pinning it in place, I cut the shape out of the foam. It's a lot of trial and error, and a lot of taping bits of paper together.
For the front end of the shoulder 'straps' I used some styrene.
These are the templates I used for both the undersuit and many of the armor plates.
Here, I removed the shoulder straps to cut out the slits where the blue lights come from.
Starting to add some detail to the arm holes.
This is the undersuit with all the Velcro strips
The groove down the middle was made with a soldering iron and a metal ruler. I also rounded off some of the edges with a dremel using the sanding barrel bit. You have to very careful. The Dremel can slip very easily and it will dig into the foam = piece ruined. If you sand in the direction the bit is spinning, it's much easier to control.
The belt. It is every bit as tedious as it looks. And I'm out of the brown foam so we stop here for now.
To shape the shoulder pads, I used the stove top to heat shape them, then I pushed them into this bowl. Still in the bowl, I put them in the freezer for a few minutes.
And the boots.