Fancier spawns ‘Iron Man’ costume using cardboard, fiberglass

Remember Tony Stark who ingeniously conceptualized an incredible Marvel superhero inspired suit in his own home? Well, here’s yet another creative soul who has just joined the league. To cut the frills, a mechanic based in U.K by the name of Mark Pearson recently built a real life-size replica of the worldly admired ‘Iron Man’ costume.

Iron Man Suit
Iron Man Suit

If you wonder what exactly is great about spawning fictional character inspired attire, then let us open the cards. Pretty amazingly, the 44-years old actually took fourteen months to design the suit from around 400 sheets of cardboard. The developer basically had to begin on a helmet and then take appropriate steps further to execute the complete model suit. The cardboard covered in fiberglass, however, was fundamentally employed to start the Iron Man costume designing process.

While you may have caught a glimpse of quite a lot of fanatics that go out of their way and design something totally unusual, but Pearson’s costume definitely walks a mile extra. After all, who would really run through 14 months to build attire?

Iron Man suit
Iron Man suit

Nevertheless, the model of a man from your comic books (if you love it) touts to be the Ferrari of superhero suits. Doused in sheer cherry red, the sturdy looking dress has been designed to be extremely comfortable to wear – which will eventually be endowing you with a real Iron Man feel. Wow, that indeed sounds exciting.

What’s more, the suit also stands distinguished for having utilized a lot of household objects. If we go by the maker, the robotic looking costume integrates a distinctive nuclear reactor in his chest. Undoubtedly magnificent in its appeal, the cardboard model however touches the mark of 12 feet in altitude and topples as a perfect replica of Tony Stark’s Iron Man suit.

Well, although ‘passion’ was the genuine reason why Mark Pearson built it, it might just appeal all those fantasy lovers out there. So definitely, the cardboard and fiberglass model leaves us with nothing but to hang onto our hats – in case it plans on buzzing the stores.

Via: Oddity Central

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