Continuing his work on his Iron Man Mark I armor costume, Adam turns his focus to the helmet. The helmet that came with the costume is painted resin, but needs a new paint metallic paint job for better screen accuracy. It's a multi-stage application to give it a brilliant chrome finish which is then taken down with some oil paint weathering. Adam also builds out the inside of the helmet to line it with leather and make it not only wearable, but also functional with a flip-up face visor!
Adam's back with more projects with Boston Dynamics' Spot robot! In this One Day Build, Adam explores changes to Spot's physical form by building a variety of cardboard mounts and attachments to morph its silhouette and change how we perceive the robot's personality. From extended neck attachements to toddler shoes worn over its rubber feet, Adam tests how little shifts in appearance dramatically change Spot's character!
Adam digs up an incomplete Iron Man Mark I armor costume out of his shop's deep storage and gets to work building out this suit and getting wear at a future convention.
The latest update to Adam's Hellboy Samaritan replica project harkens back to his very first Tested One Day Build: constructing a bespoke carrying case for this prop and its accessories.
At this point of Adam's Hellboy Samaritan replica prop build, it's time to take stock of all the parts he's machined so far in an old fashioned teardown video!