It will be difficult for you to distinguish it: The Iron Man cosplay that is confused with the original suit

Thanks to 3D printing, the recreation of numerous superhero costumes has been possible, and this is a clear example of it.

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More and more, the cosplayers from all over the world seek to get costumes more faithful to the characters to which they belong. Although there are still more affordable and easier costumes to be able to recreate, with the new fantastic universes that are reflected in the cinema, this task increasingly supposes an act of engineering.

Without a doubt, one of the richest cinematographic worlds for cosplayers to drink from is Marvel. The characters created in the famous comics have been accompanying their fans for generations, however, before there was a lack of certain artifacts and technology with which to represent the appearance of your idols.

But now, thanks mainly to 3D printing, cosplayers have discovered a whole new world of possibilities to make their dreams come true. This is the case of James Davis, a cosplayer who for a long time tried to find the most effective way to get a 100% real Iron Man suit. And he has achieved it.

After several failed attempts, Davis has been able to share the final model of the model on Instagram MK85 of the original Avenger.

“One of my goals for this year is to implement more of a mix of different media, including foam and 3D printing“, assures the cosplayer in one of his posts. This type of printing has been a revolutionary and key method for the community of cosplayers who, on various web pages, share their creations and patterns to create it from scratch by yourself.

But, although it is simple, the recreation of this cosplay has meant many failed attempts and the occasional costume that is far removed from what you are seeing right now in the post on these lines. So that you can get an idea of ​​the change between one model and another, Davis also wanted to share it on his Instagram account.

Nothing to see, right? It’s hard to believe that this cosplay isn’t the same outfit that Robert Downey Jr. wears during the Marvel movies he’s starred in. But, if this costume has left you with your mouth open, it is not the only model that the cosplayer has reproduced. You can see the rest of the costumes below.