Guts (Berserker Armor) - Berserk

In Progress

Amecon 2012




Captain_Marvelous posted on 18 June, 2012 - 20:22
Look forward to seeing how you do the muscle! ^^

Mighty Odango posted on 19 June, 2012 - 09:42

eternal_aranel posted on 19 June, 2012 - 11:41

Manjou posted on 19 June, 2012 - 21:07
Look forward to seeing this, I've been toying with making this armour for years XD

Berserk667 posted on 19 June, 2012 - 23:03
I'm really really looking forward to seeing this O_0

Ranma1-2 posted on 19 June, 2012 - 23:41
I'm liking the construction progress of your boots. I love to see functional. ..How are you achieving your movement - are the seperate interleaving pieces pivoting around some kind of fasteners?

Sephirayne posted on 20 June, 2012 - 13:39
Awesome. Liking the progress.

sarmander posted on 2 July, 2012 - 21:41
Holy Shmaow! =O <3

White Leviathan posted on 2 July, 2012 - 21:55
Yes dude been waiting for this!

Amy-Lou posted on 12 July, 2012 - 09:57
You are the pattern master! Awesome armour shaping, so excited about this costume!

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Progress Journal

25th July 2012

This isn't fun any more

Realizing making my first full suit of Armour to a standard i'm happy with and in a tight time scale isn't possible, i decided to take a break and continue at a later date.....

Probably after Ame :(

22nd July 2012


Legs mostly built/finished :)

10th July 2012

Knees Built


4th July 2012

You put your left foot in....

Shin guard constructed and painted :D

2nd July 2012

Boot Paint

Painted boot with studs fitted.
This is layers of Plastazote bonded to a trainer using Evostick and painted in a 10/1 mix of PVA and Acrylic Paint. This needs distressing weathering and lots of blood!!

20th June 2012

Mock Boot with Knee

Made the Knee piece :)
This isn't the final cut but gives me a vague idea for sizing and the shapes required.

19th June 2012

Mock Boot

Still would like to make some adjustment but you get the rough idea.

I built up on top of a trainer for the shoe part and the shin guard is composed of interlocking segments that support each other and move independently to offer a decent range of movement.