I'm a LAPRer (Live Action RolePlay), and frequently have a hand in running LARP events, usually for the Stargate LRP society that I'm associated with (and currently plot coordinator for). I'm trying to create a set of hi-tech(ish) armour for a character, but want to make it look different from store bought costume stuff. If that makes sense to you? So, the part people will focus on first is the head, so thats where I'm starting. I've started with an Army of Two mask (I think it's by Dung0beetle, a poster on RPF), and respirator from a Helghast (from the game Killzone I think) created by rundown and downloaded from the papercraft museum. I plan to marry these up with the back end of an Iron Man helmet (or something similar) to achieve a full, techie and slightly imposing looking helm. So, the wip pics I sed 200gsm card stock, and once complete I'm papier mache-ing them to add strength and rigidity. Once it's all together I may well slap on a coat of resin before I paint it. 1. Army of Two Mask I found this pretty simple to put together as my first (ever) pep project. Nothing too fiddley and the way the inset eyes, and the cheek dents went together was cool for me to see in practice. 2. Helghast Respirator OMG I hate this project so much. It has so many fiddley bits, and as you can see, doesn't fit together properly (I'm blaming my lack of skills and my podgy fat fingers not the pep). So, papier mache to the rescue to make the front piece connect properly. Once that's sorted I'll move on to the detail around the cheek pieces before I papier mache the whole thing and work out how best to connect it to the AO2 mask.