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Halo Hayabusa Armor made from Eva Foam by Hyperballistik Halo Hayabusa Armor made from Eva Foam by Hyperballistik
This is version 2 of my Halo 3 Hayabusa suit, the orginal suit was made from pepakura so it was hard armor and washard to move around in not to mention heavy, I made this one from foam eva floor mats. I can now move around freely and it does not weigh much the helmet is still the orginal helmet from my first Hayabusa suit and is made from pepakura and plastic casting resin, I thought this was a cool pic so thought I would share

Pic credit goes to Crimson Soal Photagraghy

The Halo Shotgun im holding is a resin casting that I finished from Tactoniyx Studios the pump hanlde moves and the gun looks legit
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Mikkillerib Mar 25, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Is the Hayabusa spartan suit a japanese inspired suit or what based on the name?
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Its based off of the video game Ninja Gaiden , it does have a Japanese influence to modeled after the Samurai
Here is a link to the Halo Wiki for the Hayabusa armor, it pretty much explains the armor halo.wikia.com/wiki/Hayabusa_P…
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Mikkillerib Mar 26, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Sounds like a more useful armor than the MJOLNIR armor.
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:iconhyperballistik:
I just like the Asian influence it has with the Samurai look, I always liked the armor so I had to have a life sized version ;)
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:iconkazashimo:
hey love the suit. now i have a question coming from a fellow cosplayer who works with eva foam. i've built the armor but am having trouble finding something that will fill in the cracks smoothly, what did you use for that amazing finish? also for the patterns on the hayabusa helmet  on the spikes where did you find the detail lines or did you just make them yourself?. finally i want to say that looks amazing and the armor is just so badass
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smurf-07 Sep 30, 2013   Traditional Artist
how long did this take to complete
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:iconhyperballistik:
I think it took me about a month total to complete, well the suit took a month the helmet took 2 weeks to finish
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smurf-07 Oct 9, 2013   Traditional Artist
I actually just found your profile on the 405th and saw your Hayabusa build. Innovative and impressive
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smurf-07 Oct 9, 2013   Traditional Artist
Okay thanks I was hoping to be able to wear it for halloween. I just finished the pepakura base for the helmet but I have no idea where to find foam in my area, South Florida, tried home depot and lowes. Any places you would suggest?
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:iconhyperballistik:
You can usually find Eva foam mats in Walmart in the spoting goods section where they sell the weight lifting equipment etc, they come in 6 packs made by Golds Gym
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