Life-Sized War Machine at Toy Con
This awesome work of art looks like an actual prop from the movie. But believe it or not, this life-sized War Machine sculpture was handmade by an unbelievable group of artists. You can learn about how it was made by checking out How to Build a War Machine.
In the upcoming Philippine Toy Con 2011 in Metro Manila, you can get to see this larger than life replica of War Machine, along with tons of collectibles featuring your favorite characters. Now on its 10th year, Toy Con has been showcasing thousands of sculptures, costumes, artwork, and of course, toys! It’s all about the love of all things super, geeky, cosplay, and downright cool.
This War Machine sculpture will be showcased along with other characters like Green Lantern, and the Transformers at the Toy Con 2011 happening at SM Megamall, Megatrade Halls 1, 2, and 3. This will be a huge event that will run from June 18 to 19, 2011. Tickets are on sale and you can find out more from the official Toy Con site.
The completed War Machine was completed in about 8 weeks, and is made from light materials like cardboard and rubber foam. The finished product is actually a resin cast, providing a strong foundation that looks just like the real thing once painted and finished. Below are a few pictures showing how the life-sized War Machine sculpture was put together.
Find out the details and more on how to build your own sculpture of War Machine through the Geeky Mommy Blog.
If you want to meet War Machine and get some lucky photos alongside him and his battle armor, you can get tickets to the 10th Philippine Toy Con 2011. You can expect tons of activities at the event including costume contests, film contests, artist meet and greet, live band performances, and a whole lot more.
It will definitely be a fun event for the young and the perpetually young at heart. Learn more details about this featured War Machine sculpture and what’s happening at the event by checking out this site.
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