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Cosplayer uses 3D printing to create 'Arkham Origins' Batsuit

When U.K. cosplayer Stevie Dee wanted a realistic Batsuit, he turned not to online costumers but to 3D printing.

A CG propmaker, Dee worked with Tundra Designs and Gauntlet FX to recreate the Dark Knight skin from the Batman: Arkham Origins video game.

According to 3D Print, the suit was 3D modeled before being printed. A mold was then created for casting of the armor (everything except the cape and undersuit shown in the photos was produced through 3D printing). “The suit is quite comfy to wear and movement is great," Dee said. "I can't bend at the stomach but I didn’t expect that.”

Dee told the New York Daily News he's also working on designs for the Deathstroke armor from Arkham Origins and the Arkham Knight design from Batman: Arkham Knight.

(via Geeks Are Sexy)

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