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Picture of CYBERMAN costume
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This is not to difficult to do but dose require some time and creativity

so lets get started
 
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Step 1: Things you need

Hot glue gun and lots of hot glue.

good scissors

razor knife.

plenty of cardboard.

poster board.

two milk jugs.

Step 2: Template

Picture of template

I used the program called posterazor to make the tempplate but you can just download the attached PDF if you are about 6ft tall otherwise download the program and find a picture of a cyberman and set it to your size. I used the one below.
http://posterazor.sourceforge.net/

Step 3: Taping and cutting

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next tape all the pieces together and lay them on a piece of cardboard and cut along the edge of the armor (refer to pics below)

when gluing them together put a piece of cardboard between them.

I used bike wheel tubing for the staps but any thing would work.

used Velcro on one of the straps so I could get in and out of it.

Step 4: Arms and legs

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ok the arms and legs I did from site all I can really say is look at the pictures

upper arms:
Duck taped the two sides together so it would stay on.

lower arms:
added a wrist blaster with a disposable camera flash (I will try to upload a instructable on that soon)

upper legs:
ok I know they don't look exactly like the real thing but it works.

lower legs:
pretty simple just look at the pictures.

Step 5: Helmet

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This was the hardest part mainly because of the trial and error and because and didn't have much to work with.

The front is just a milk jug with a few pieces of cardboard on it.
I used the picture to cut the face plate.
sunglasses lenses for the eyes.
and a few blue LEDs in the mouth.

The pipes are made of poster board ( too cheap to use PVC :P )

The top is a spay paint can.

The back is part of a milk jug with some Velcro and poster board to finish the dome.
dragonrising3 months ago

I've been wanting to make an awesome Doctor Who costume for a while now, but don't close enough resemble any of the characters to do a simple cosplay. This looks perfect! Thanks for the instructable!

bwilson361 year ago
Try using a black undersuit for your armour, it makes it look better, not that it can get any better but an undersuit would add a nice touch to it.
neat costume! I soooo have to make one :)!
this is so cool i HAVE to make one