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Spartans with no Helmets by ShinkaStudiosCosplay Spartans with no Helmets by ShinkaStudiosCosplay
:iconkataroo: and :iconmoonwildflower: in Halo 3 cosplay. Debuted at A-kon 20.

Picture taken by friend.
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:iconlieutenantunicorn:
LieutenantUnicorn Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2012
The one in black looks like Tex from RvB
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:iconshinkastudioscosplay:
That's what :iconmoonwildflower: was going for. It's one of her favorite characters. She actually has that helmet signed by the voice actress for Tex.
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:iconlieutenantunicorn:
LieutenantUnicorn Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
Jealous!
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:iconwarhound-cmp:
Warhound-CMP Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2011
Awesome Sauce x2
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:icondeadpoolknight:
DeadpoolKnight Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
I want'z da black suite... pwease!~ ^3^
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:iconwanderjaku:
wanderjaku Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2010
omg no way,there CQB helmet?
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:iconshinkastudioscosplay:
Yes that is. Kataroo uses one for her matchmaking too.
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:iconwanderjaku:
wanderjaku Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2010
very nice,but u think u can kick my butt on any halo's games? ^ ^
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:iconraikoh067:
Raikoh067 Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2010  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
They are GIRLS?! *mind implode*

you two are awesome!!!
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:iconshinkastudioscosplay:
Thanks so much!
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:icongatana:
Gatana Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2010
I'm impressed on how they got their thigh armor detailed like in the game. I've downloaded the files for that but none of it appears as detailed.
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:iconshinkastudioscosplay:
:iconmoonwildflower: here,

Thanks! We worked really hard on trying to make our armor game accurate. Are you working with Pep files? They don't have all that detail. It was all added personally. We used bondo that had been shaped and sanded into the correct shapes. Also, thin sheets of foam work really well for adding detail.
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:icongatana:
Gatana Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2010
Wow, thank you! :) Yes I am, I got a bunch of tips from the 405th. I figured a bit, but still I say wow. Thanks again for the tips
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SpaceMarine09 Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2009
Awsome armor. And i like the C.Q.B helmet.
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:iconshinkastudioscosplay:
Thanks! :iconkataroo: wanted to do something other than the MKVI. She picked her matchmaking armor.
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:iconinsolentwhelp:
InsolentWhelp Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2009
Awesome stuff. Question though, is the suit hot? How does your skin breathe? :O
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:iconshinkastudioscosplay:
:iconmoonwildflower: here to answer your question!
Yes. The suit is hot. The undersuit that we wore is basicly just a workout suit from Walmart. (Will be making accurate suit in the future)
Being in Texas and attending Texas cons, it can be really hot if you go outside. I tend to spend most of my time in the air conditioning and only venture out for short photo shoots.
Of course, it is a really good way to lose water weight. lol
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:iconinsolentwhelp:
InsolentWhelp Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2009
Many thanks for the enlightenment. Again, outstanding work, and willingness to suffer for one's art, and for the sake of art, is the mark of any artist. Kudos. :D
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:iconshinkastudioscosplay:
:iconmoonwildflower: here:
Talking about suffering for one's art: I lost feeling in my right big toe that night from wearing my armor. It's slowly coming back and I really don't notice it anymore. That along with all of the fiberglass cuts and resins burns really make cosplaying a spartan worth it in the end. lol
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:iconinsolentwhelp:
InsolentWhelp Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2009
Just imagine those were "battlefield scars" you gained while training on the planet Reach with John-117 and Nicole-458 and you'll do fine. :D
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:iconhalofangurl:
HaloFanGurl Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2009
Wow! Man I'm so jealous now, I wish I had that armor!
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:iconshinkastudioscosplay:
Moonwildflower talking: You can! You can go to 405th.com and join the community there. We are a big group of people who enjoy making Halo armor and props. We love helping other people in the creation of their own armor! Come by and visit. You don't have to be a member to view most of our threads.
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:iconhalofangurl:
HaloFanGurl Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2009
Sweet! Thank you so much I'll go there and check it out!
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:iconthakyuki:
ThakYuki Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2009  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Hahaha, a lot of people were surprised to see girls under those helmets.
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:iconblizzardterrak:
BlizzardTerrak Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Holy crap!!!!

How did you make that armor??? I want to make a set for myself! (well, not exactly Spartan...but something similar)
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:iconshinkastudioscosplay:
ShinkaStudiosCosplay Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2009
This moonwildflower speaking: It started with cardstock, which we later fiberglassed and resined. Go to 405th.com. It's a big community of people who do this all the time and we have tutorials and threads about everything.
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:iconblizzardterrak:
BlizzardTerrak Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
alright, thanks :)
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:iconcorpseart:
CorpseArt Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
I hate nerds but they ARE pretty
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