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Daedric Armor WIP by Kuraudo3 Daedric Armor WIP by Kuraudo3
Just some garage shots of what I've been working on this past week. Next I need to give it some underlying structure so it will be symmetrical when I start hardening it up with resin.
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:icontancredthomas:
tancredthomas 1 day ago  New member Student Artist
Heyy, I was wondering if you could let me know how i could possibly scale this down so that i can build a 23" model of the entire suit!! I'm really excited to start making this and was wondering whether that size would still look good? thanks so much for your time :)
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Galois0 1 day ago  New member Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Well, you will be disappointed, as the daedric helmet itself has some pretty small parts already. The .pdo of it that I have has some parts that are about 1 cm in size, and gluing it together was a pain sometimes, as tabs were small, and the fold lines were about 1/3 of a cm. Don't try it, unless you can find a good, simple version of it. It will be less detailed, but it might work for a model.  
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:iconkuraudo3:
Thanks for the great answer!
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:icontancredthomas:
tancredthomas 18 hours ago  New member Student Artist
alright thanks a lot! I decided to work on one of the dragons from skyrim,, found a .pdo for that, guarenteed its going to take all summer haha but thanks for the advice!!
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:iconkuraudo3:
Just wanted to second what Galois0 said. This files just can't be built at that scale.
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:iconcygnusfs:
Have you completed this? I was just wondering how you are going to be able to get the chest piece on after it is completed? I am going to attempt this myself soon, but not sure how to put it on. Did you cut it in half or something? Thanks.
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:iconkuraudo3:
I've "completed" it to the point where it would be wearable, and you're right that I cut it in half to put it on. Down the sides, obviously, not down the front and back.
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:iconduhblack1:
duhBLACK1 Apr 1, 2014  New member Hobbyist Interface Designer
Is this the female or male version of the armor?
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:iconkuraudo3:
This is the male version.
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:iconstrikingcosplay:
StrikingCosplay Mar 28, 2014  Professional General Artist
Great job on this! I know when we did it it was no joke! But this came out amazing.
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