been working on this guy for 2 days straight now, looks pretty good
i've been bouncing between mediums in attempts to find a material that was both inert, but could retain shape, and yet be flexible in application. this quest lead me to Magic Sculp (a two part resin epoxy that uses water to smooth the medium [low stink]), and the other was Cheese-Wax (which was inert and flexible.) however i ran into another problem, which was lack of diverse PC joints.
what lead me back to C4D was finding 3D printing services online, that would print out your design for a fee, and all you had to do was make your design in 3D (and converted into CAD tools [from what i recall].) this offered immense flexibility and cut my work time into a mere fraction. best yet, i could pick out the PC joints from any manufacturer and render them in C4D for fitting, thus eliminating my dependance on physically needing the PC caps to finish the kit.
once i get the figure from the printing company, i'll ship it off to Hobbyfan for mass production; since Hobbyfan is well known in the mecha-hobby community and is well respected.
no, there won't be an inner frame, as i'm pressed for time, but in the future it will sport one as a separate kit (since some don't like paying more for an inner frame.) future releases include armor upgrades and weapon accessories, and you will get your choice between the colors: Brown (G-Host), SWAT (blue), Arctic (white) Ace (red), and Marsh (green) -assuming i can afford this many variations.
the kit will be complete with a manual with the technical info of the suit, it's history and it's role in the Brim Star story.
and fear not, i'll will do my best to make sure that the kits are affordable since the economy is hurting.
all i ask right now is lots of support, because lately my depression has been coming around more frequently and getting the better of my artistic side, and i can't have that.