The New Iron Man Fan Art:
Brazilian Marvel superfan Caio Deepk Cesar has created a new Iron Man Fan Art. The fan has crafted Iron Man’s Mark 85, complete with a working helmet and lighting rig. Subsequently, both the fan and his Iron Man Fan Art of the famous Iron Man Armor has gone viral.
Ever since he launched the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2008, Iron Man, a.k.a. Tony Stark, has become a major character in pop culture. One of the biggest reasons for this is the fact that Robert Downey Jr. portrays this character. Iron Man has become such a huge icon, that fans go to great lengths to show their support to the character. This also includes 3D printing an entire screen-accurate set of Armor, which Cesar has done.
Details Of The Iron Man Armor:
Cesar, who is also a cosplayer, finished the suit in early December 2019. And now, his pictures of the Iron Man Armor have increasingly become viral all around the world. The images were shared to the r/MarvelStudios subreddit account a couple of days ago. And by now, the post has already received 11,700 upvotes and has been shared over a dozen times. See the Iron Man Fan Art below:
The Mark 85 Armor was Stark’s last Armor that he ever made. It was the same suit he used for wielding the Infinity Stones with before his untimely death.
The Iron Man Mark 85 Armor:
Endgame VFX supervisor Matt Aitken recently gave an interview about the tech involved in Stark’s nanotech Armor. He said, “Here in Infinity War, and then subsequently in Endgame, he’s got the Bleeding Edge nano-tech that he’s developed.”
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“And that’s about this idea that the suit is actually made up of these nanoparticles that can kind of form a fluid and move around on the surface of the suit, and reform different weapons, and then kind of solidify and crystallize into a rigid, metal suit. We developed that tech for Infinity War, and then really extended it for Endgame for two particular sequences,” Aitken continued.