Batman Vs. Superman movie should feature this intimaidating 3D printed Batsuit
Anything that has to do with Batman sells like hot cakes. Whether it is a Batmobile or Batsuit, DIYers have shown us the possibilities of creating merchandize related to this Gotham superhero. Another one that has come to light is a 3D printed Batsuit that seems to be inspired by the upcoming Batman: Arkham Knight Origins video game which shows our superhero in a funky armored suit in a graphics intensive setting.
The Batsuit is developed by Julian Checkley who is a popular film sculptor and art director running an effects studio dubbed Order 66 Creatures and Effects. To develop the suit, he ordered 3D-prints of the armor shell from a Canada based company and made the other parts himself along with his team. To make the suit look as intimidating as we have seen in the video game, Julian designed the other half of the suit with sharp edges and lines giving it a very aggressive look. Once the 3D printed body parts arrived, Julian and his team had their work cut-out as they started airbrushing, turning the rivets to an undervest like shape and using the 3D printed suit as a base for anchoring the cape.
Finally when the suit was complete, the 45-year old creator adorned the suit and took to the rooftop of his studio for a professional photo-shoot. He also admitted that the suit is ultra-comfortable and could be taken to a crime fight scene without much problem. Perhaps our superhero gone bad could feature this suit in the Batman Vs. Superman movie and also ride the Batmobile designed by Game Over Cycles, won’t that be cool?