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Armor of the End Times WIP

Rhino 3D Fantasy posted on Sep 15, 2006
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something i'm working on atm. i need some design help. it seems like the armor is missing something, besides a texture /lol/ and i can't figure out what. thoughts? -lygher

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1:02PM | Fri, 15 September 2006

IMO I think the armour would look better with two smaller shoulder bits rather than one big one on one side (or maybe make that one a bit smaller) but hey, I just like symmetry:). Great design though. I don't think you could make it better - will be great to see it with the textures.



1:06PM | Fri, 15 September 2006

Looks pretty good so far. But if you're taking suggestions... It might look good with a gorget. Or if you don't want to add one, add a bit to the neck. I dunno. Depends on how functional and protective you want it to be. I'd say it does need something around the waist/hips. You don't need to cover everything up, but I personally think it could use something to fill in that space. And what good is armor if you leave a large area vulnerable? What's with the left pauldron? Any reason it's so big - and why the right isn't the same? One more question, and I'll leave you alone. What kind of weaponry would a warrior wearing something like this wield (or at least, what you have in mind)? Me, I'm thinking a lance - or something other than a sword or axe.



1:18PM | Fri, 15 September 2006

I like it, kind of reminds me of some gladitorial armour. I find myself agreeing with Rev, it does need something around the waist. As for the left pauldron... it is a little to big. My suggestion would be to scale it down a bit. But not to mutch, symmetry is great and all but having something out of balance give it something that encorages your eyes to roam. That's my two cents, if your interested. Oh yah, I'd go with a flail or a bolo net . . . something exotic to match the armour :D Can't wait to see what you do...



1:24PM | Fri, 15 September 2006

I get the impression this is a fantasy/sci-fi look, possible wings/ribbons/flag of some type along the back. Like what I see and will be in line for the finished product. Oh, just because you think it is missing something, does not mean it is and you can always add-on later.



1:27PM | Fri, 15 September 2006

i haven't designed a polearm in ages, that'd be fun and new to do...maybe a psythe axe or something like that. the reason i have 1 pauldron up there is cuz it looked goofy with both on both sides. however, left and right will be avialable in the final package as well as left and right upper arm pieces that you see on her right shoulder there. thanks for the suggestions guys, keep em coming please! lol.



2:11PM | Fri, 15 September 2006

Well im in agreement with most, the left pauldron is awkwardly large. Maybe if you scaled down the left side. Then alter the right side, making it just the shoulder and forarm sections instaead of a full piece. Get rid of the bicept section. Add a thong like piece from the back that connects to the wire (?) section that goes around the waist, Also fill that in wire area making it a sectional? (solid) piece.



2:20PM | Fri, 15 September 2006

i think i get what you're saying, crownPrince. i'll give it a shot and post some renderings later on if i can ever get by this retarted astronomy homework. thanks for the input guys, PLEASE keep it coming! this is my LAST armor set and i'm designing it for you guys to give you the absolute best that i can.



7:14PM | Fri, 15 September 2006

maybe a little chain mail skirt to cover the plumbers' crack..;) looks pretty good to me..



7:52PM | Fri, 15 September 2006

hmmm not a bad idea, see through so it's still sexy but at least semi covers it


2:12AM | Thu, 05 October 2006

Great work,, if your going for style and looks mainly a belt would keep the area flow your armour has and not too thick as to keep the sleek mid section.

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