I can't redistribute ripped models as it is illegal, but when I get nearer to the end of my build, I'll be re-modelling the suit to freely distribute legally for others to use. If you want, follow my thread on 405th to stay updated:
I'll probably do a mix of sewing and glue onto the clothing. Isaac's jumpsuit has a bit of a "tanktop" layer on the torso, so I'm going to cut one out of old fabric and attach the pieces to this. Mounting this suit is going to be a whole challenge in itself
I was thinking you could use some velcro with a non adhesive backing and sew it to the clothing and the other half use some e6000. I'm planning to do this myself with my girlfriend and another friend so seeing your work is really helpful and inspirational so thanks again. I might have more questions for you down the way but I say your post on 405th so I think I could follow you on there as well. I think you had the pepakura files listed on there right? Also, lol I've been thinking about which weapons to recreate. Which were you planning on? Thanks again.
As stated in a note I sent you, I don't have the suit available for download as distributing ripped models is illegal within any format. It's legal to have a ripped model for personal use, but it is illegal to distribute them. If you want to do it yourself, you can always rip and edit it yourself, I'm not stopping you, but I'm keeping myself on the safe side and do not wish to distribute the model... I'm sorry about this =[ I really wish I could help!
As for a weapon, I was thinking of remodeling a plasma cutter for pepakura (because the cool ones from Epic-Weapons is too expensive), which I COULD distribute. Even re-modelling the suit would be legal to distribute at that point, so perhaps sometime, I'll do that. For now though, I can't distribute the rip.
I started getting all my basic foam working and pepakura infer from 405th.com. They usually work with Halo suits, but I applied the same steps to this =]
The parts itself come from a model rip of the suit my friend gave me. I cleaned it up, and printed out parts template on paper, traced them on foam, and pieced them together. So the suit is actually based on the exact in game model.