I really really tried to get this done for Halloween, but I couldn't make it and at about 4am last night I realized his look was heading in the wrong direction. I need to make him lankier, change the stance, less bulky torso, there will be stich-esq designs added, and etc.
So heres my first attempt at the Scarecrow Gotham Gear, its got a lot wrong, and needs a fair amount of work before it looks like a proper Scarecorw Mech, but I thought I would share the HORROR that is my half finished work file. all the parts strewn around him have been torn from other gotham gears
Give me a couple days, I'll get my head back on straight and release the real Scarecrow Gotham Gear. Hope you cats have a happy Halloween! cheers
Steampunk Iron Man, in all his unrealistic and clunky splendor, is now a SHIRT!
Arc Reactor is fully functional: Comes with a small battery-powered LED light on a string necklace (lengthened to sit right under the Arc Reactor), the small light rests nicely & discretely under the shirt. Its very easy to turn on and off, easily done while under the shirt.
Wash inside out with cold water. Do not wash the LED light.
still planning on adding to the series, just need to finish off a couple other projects. stay tuned
EDIT: And Just so everyone knows: at the NY comic con, I submitted these designs to both DC comics, and the Warner Brothers game company responsible for "Injustice", so the concepts have been sent as far up the ladder as I could manage, hopefully someone gets back to me about potentially taking this beyond a concept, but who knows :S cheers.
The stooopidly talented Mike Boldt, whose been a big inspiration and good friend since I started the comic con scene, tackled my Cassie & Tonk characters at Calgary Expo. Couldn't be more thrilled with his results so much cuteness!!!