How to Build An Iron Man Suit

Finding an Iron Man costume can be a lot of work, so it is better to make one right from home. This company will give you a step-by-step approach to make sure that the costume comes to life. It’s not only easy, it’s fun and incredibly rewarding.

The turn around time is three to four weeks, so this is great for those who want to have their costume up and running for Halloween. Most supplies can be purchased at any local hardware store or online.

The price is under fifty dollars (which is incredible considering how good the suit is) and the finished product includes everything from lights coming from the eyes of the mask, fiberglass surrounding the entire costume, lights coming from the palms of the hands, and even an imitation gun that does a lot of neat things and makes a lot of cool sounds.

The instructions are very easy to follow, and all of the pictures and software are all 3D; this makes the process easier to see and find out where all of the parts go. The first few steps deal with cutting and gluing certain parts. This is fairly easy. Minimal merchandise must be purchased, but the process will not exceed twenty dollars. The end result will be a live looking Iron Man with all of the gadgets to go with it. Besides Halloween, people are not creating their own business out of this costume by portraying Iron Man in malls, parties, and the like.

This is also a great Iron Man costume for the entire family to design. People are very satisfied with their purchase and the resemblance of the real Iron Man is amazing. Certain costumes like this can take anywhere from six months to over a year to create. Because all of the prep work is done, this time frame is cut down by almost one hundred percent.

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