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Lorica Segmentata - variation by Lord-Samulis Lorica Segmentata - variation by Lord-Samulis
Part of a set of for-show-only and only partially historically accurate Roman Legionary gear I am making as a costume. Created using the same steel one would use for duct work, which I purchased in sheets at a local hardware store, then hand curved using two dowels (in a very similar but much larger-scale method to curving ribbons on packages), then assembled. This variation is something I came up with a few years back and mocked up in posterboard last year, before finally getting to do it in metal this year. I then used modern brass hinges and such to attach it together. I have created another suit since this one, but it's undergoing some repairs after I realized the hinges I used on it were insufficiently held on.

I'm sorry that the picture is a little fuzzy.
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Hillfighter Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2011
you're well on your way toward this [link]
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