Iron Man MK3 Helmet Built
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looks like he made a few, i wonder how much he'd sell them for?

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Awesome

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that is so awesome :cloud9:

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Wow, that's some intense man hours. Great result. It looks perfect.

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looks like he made a few, i wonder how much he'd sell them for?

Considering it looked like it took him over a month to make it.

I'd say $3000-$5000 for the original.

 

Now if they can use the finished design to rapidly mass produce them, maybe $300-$600

Depending on materials, maybe less, maybe more.

 

A real metal one would be cool.

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Does he take American Express? hm

 

:kidaround:

 

 

Seriously though,That's bad@$$ :applause:

 

Now if he can make it fly I'm sold (worship)

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I'd buy one and wear it often! lol

 

Very cool

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That is pretty cool and you have to appreciate the technical side of what it took the manufacture it. wow.

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I wonder if he's working on a full costume?

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hm

 

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Incredibly awesome. I wonder if he can see when the mask is down with the lights there.

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:takeit:

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Incredibly awesome. I wonder if he can see when the mask is down with the lights there.
It's possible but doesn't look like it. It also seemed like he could use some lenses between the lights and the mask to fill the eye hole gaps

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I wonder if he's working on a full costume?

 

 

the upper body is do-able, the flight is your main problem

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I wonder if he's working on a full costume?

 

 

the upper body is do-able, the flight is your main problem

 

No flight???

Tony Stark was able to build his suit in a cave!

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I wonder if he's working on a full costume?

 

 

the upper body is do-able, the flight is your main problem

 

No flight???

Tony Stark was able to build his suit in a cave!

 

that didn't fly though...did it?

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I like it. Looks weird though without the rest of the suit. Would be a nice display item to show off.

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