Marvel Comics inspired a generation and more. If you have been a Marvel fan (-atic), then there is no doubt that you swear by the Iron Man. This time, Ted Gorzkowski brings to you, the Iron Man suit!
The Iron Man, as we all know, is a fictional superhero which was created by Stan Lee, Larry Lieber, Don Heck, and Jack Kirby for Marvel Comics and debuted in March 1963 in a story in the Tales of Suspense. The Iron Man originally had a very bulky and grey armored suit, which was replaced by golden suit in the next issue of the comic book. It was further redesigned to give it the look by which we identify the Iron Man today.
If you have not read the Iron Man series of Marvel, then you at least must have seen the Iron Man flicks, starring Robert Downey, Jr. as Tony Stark, who is the real Iron Man. Robert Downey, Jr. plays the wealthy owner of the Stark Industries. While Stark was in captivity by some terrorists in Afghanistan, he manufactures the Iron Man suit by himself and makes an escape.
When he returns to his home, he realizes that the weapons manufactured by his own company Stark Industries were smuggled without his knowledge to those terrorists in Afghanistan. This inspired Stark to redesign the Iron Man suit, but this time, with sophisticated machines and hi-tech gadgets. He comes up with the new Iron Man suit, and becomes the superhero that fights against the war lords.
A carpenter by profession and blacksmith by passion, Ted Gorzkowski was, perhaps, destined to come up with the Iron Man suit. Ted had always been an Iron Man fan; and he spent months in the creation of the suit, molding the metal pieces and painting it with the right color. The arc reactor was made with multiple LEDs. The Iron Man suit is not detailed like the one that featured in the movies, nonetheless, it will give you the real Iron Man feel! The Iron Man suit would be perfect for a person with a height of 6 feet 2 inches, weighing 220 pounds, and having a 35-inch waistline.