And now I present you with the end result of the Black and Silver armor. Finished the helmet and gauntlets recently to complete the set.
Completely functional and highly movable with articulating elbows and flexible knee. Breastplate is actually a type of Lorica variant with floating sections so it can bend, flex, and twist with ease. Collar has no historic value I'm aware of but it looks cool and the client wanted one so there it is.
We've got the breastplate with wet molded 'muscled' chest.
Articulated cuirass. (Lorica style)
Lots of carving and embossing.
Incredibly solid design with a lot of overlapped plates and hardening.
Helmet with detachable face plate
Cool new Pauldron design
Full fingered and articulating gauntlets
Greaves with high knee
Unusual sabbaton design
Scale 'Super Skirt' with hundreds of 'floating' scales where each of which are hand molded and, dyed, painted, studded, and assembled. Incredibly solid and a bit heavy but doesn't restrict movement at all.
It's got full articulated arms with the elbow cop, vambrace, and rerebrace. Similar to metal plate designs.
This is the first set of armor where I've tooled the Prince Armory logo into it. Shows up nicely in this pic.
Check for the 360 turn around view in my gallery soon.
Also check out the full version (download) to see the full size with all the details.
More cool armor and leather stuff in my gallery and at the Prince Armory website PrinceArmory.com [link]