With a soft shhhh of the finger's the orcs get moving, slowly walking along the hulk of steel and junk laid out along the area. Their mission one so simple and soooo much to enjoy. They get closer and closer to the rumbling of metal that was firing off, the distraction clearly heard as these orcs got behind the enemy lines and with a last minute roar of ," WAGHHHHHHH!" they slam into their foes vehicle's. Clamping bombs, mines, launching rockkits and slamming rokkit hammer's they level numerous Imperial tanks as they then step back into the fields of steel and move to the next pray...
Making sure systems were still green the pilot get's the machine going. Saying his prayer of Safe return as he got moving. the machine kicking up dirt and dust as it went full out along the desert surface as he looked left and right. Making sure that there was no sign of hostiles as he did his patrol.
This is my Bioshock Motorized Patriot mask for a future cosplay. Mask was sculpted out of clay, cast in resin and painted with acrylics. Rest of the costume is currently on hold............to many other projects.
When I decided I was going to cosplay Scout, I knew I wanted to build his Scattergun. Building this thing turned out to be the most challenging part of this cosplay, especially since I had never built a prop in my life.
I took an in-game model, scaled it, and then made a blueprint on my computer. I had an abundance of foam (y'know, the pink stuff?) left over from a Sculpture class project, so I used that for the large pieces like the grip and such. The foam was carved with a bandsaw, sealed, Bondo-ed, primed, & then painted. The barrels are 2" wide PVC pipe, with the board on top being basswood. The lever is foam that was covered in paperclay, and the tiny details & trigger are paperclay as well. Everything was assembled with Gorilla Glue Superglue (which works wonderfully, fyi).
This thing is massive. Even to [approximate] scale (the final product is a bit bigger then I thought...), it barely fits in my tiny babyman hands. Nevertheless, I love it. The Scattergun was my first big prop build, and despite some flaws, I'm really proud of the results. 8D
Can't wait to debut this costume at Connecticon this weekend!!! Time to bubblewrap this thing a ton so I can pack it...