By now, you all are well aware of my love for the Super Heroes. I like Iron Man so much that I have already made 8 Iron man crafts. Today I am super excited to share my next Iron Man DIY – Iron Man Repulsor Blast. It is very realistic looking. One can’t tell that it is a DIY. It looks so cool and very simple to make. Do try it out. Let’s see how to make this DIY craft.
As all of you know, November is my Birthday month. And this time it became even more special as I was visited by 2 really cool youtubers – Arni Uncle and Nikki Didi. Both of them visited my place for my birthday and we had so much fun making these really cool and simple Iron Man, Batman and Captain America Masks with Paper Plates for my Birthday!!!
If you remember the Avengers End Game movie, there was a small clip of a Holographic Shield used by Iron Man – popularly known as Iron Man Energy Shield Mark 85. I was so inspired with this Energy Shield that I really wanted to make it for myself. I know my shield is not very close the real one, but this is the best I could make. Probably I will try it again some time…
Spiderman- Iron Spider Legs aka Iron Spider Armour is a suit designed and built by Tony Stark for Peter Parker to use it as an Avenger. It was presented to Peter after he prevented Vulture from stealing equipment from a Stark Cargo Plane and its weaponry, including new electroshock blasters in the mechanical spider-legs. I tried making these Iron Spider Legs at home with newspaper and cardboard.
Tony Stark’s Iron Man armors are more than just protective metal suits – these unrivaled feats of engineering transform him into a flying warrior, powered by a unique renewable energy source and armed with state-of-the-art weaponry. Today, I am excited to make the exceptional Life Size Iron Man Mark 85 Arc Reactor as the latest addition to Avengers: Endgame collection. I will show you how to make Iron Man Mark 85 Arc Reactor in simple DIY steps, which you can follow and create one for yourself.
I always wanted a Iron man suit (Armor). I told my father and he suggested that we should try and make it on our own. We started thinking from scratch and together came up with this unique idea, not only did it help me think creatively, it also helped me understand my first electric circuit to embed the light in the Iron Man Arc Reactor.