Full Raw Body Armor Kit Includes:
This is a raw DIY kit with unpainted pieces for assembly. It includes everything in the second photo and more, but now comes in black only. Assembly instructions will be provided. High difficulty level and lots of dust making these. I recommend getting the Seamed RC Kit (here) for most people, or even a completed set when the commissions window opens (here).
ABS is a superior plastic to HIPS / styrene, which can be brittle. Some parts are designed to be rigid (all of the parts that will be seamed) while others are made to be flexible to better conform to your body, such as the parts that wrap around your torso.
36 armor pieces formed in ABS plastic rough trimmed:
2- shoulders, L and R
4- bicep pieces
lower back armor
2- side waist plates
2- left thigh, front and back
2- right thigh, F and B
4- greaves (calves), L and R with F and B
2- foot armor pieces
2- backpack, front and back, comes precut along seams, but there will be several splits required to release from mold that you will need to fix with tabs
6 wooden pieces included for backpack handles
4 detailed pieces cast in polyurethane resin with stabilizing fillers, rough trimmed (includes shoulder details, bracer details)
extra plastic for seaming tabs, etc.
helmet cast optional: layered resin rotocast with stabilization layers
Your thighs should measure about 26 inches or less around your leg at groin level, otherwise, you might need to add extension flaps. No one is likely to fill the bicep armor properly so a muscle shirt is required along with padding at the back of the knee. I offer a basic undersuit package for $70. Please contact for more info.
Some parts will have relief cuts that will need to be glued together with tabs like the backpack front which will have splits in easy to fill areas. These are required to remove them from the molds due to their shapes.
You can make the raw kit fit larger sizes with extra work. Armor around the belly can reach 48 inches without extension flaps. but the thighs will likely need extensions for larger body sizes. I do plan to make optional molds for larger thigh pieces in the future.
You will need to paint your armor, even if black, to make consistent and cover bondo/seaming work. I recommend sanding all outer surfaces with 320 or 400 grit sandpaper to get a good paint bond and start with a good primer. I recommend doing small tests before painting the entire set.
Shipment requires at least two boxes. For international shipments, please be aware that shipping might cost more than described based on your country's box size limits. Also, please be aware of import fees.