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The armor looks a little bit like muscles as if the wearer has no skin. I do not think it would have useful purpose.

 

In Francis Ford Coppola's "Dracula" film, Vlad Dracula wore a suit of armor that looked like this before he became a vampire. I think that's the look they were aiming for.

 

As to its usefulness, well, movie armor isn't intended to be useful; it's intended to look cool. This is why all armor in the film "Excalibur" appeared to be made of burnished aluminum...

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The armor looks a little bit like muscles as if the wearer has no skin. I do not think it would have useful purpose.

 

In Francis Ford Coppola's "Dracula" film, Vlad Dracula wore a suit of armor that looked like this before he became a vampire. I think that's the look they were aiming for.

 

As to its usefulness, well, movie armor isn't intended to be useful; it's intended to look cool. This is why all armor in the film "Excalibur" appeared to be made of burnished aluminum...

 

 

The reason why I wrote

"Falstaff (or Vlad the Impaler / Dracula)".

 

Francis Ford Coppola's "Dracula" is in my opinion the best Dracula movie I have every seen. Only the first scenes in the crypt of the movie Dracula (1931) was the best Dracula entrance I have ever seen.

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The armor looks a little bit like muscles as if the wearer has no skin. I do not think it would have useful purpose.

 

In Francis Ford Coppola's "Dracula" film, Vlad Dracula wore a suit of armor that looked like this before he became a vampire. I think that's the look they were aiming for.

 

As to its usefulness, well, movie armor isn't intended to be useful; it's intended to look cool. This is why all armor in the film "Excalibur" appeared to be made of burnished aluminum...

 

 

The reason why I wrote

"Falstaff (or Vlad the Impaler / Dracula)".

 

Francis Ford Coppola's "Dracula" is in my opinion the best Dracula movie I have every seen. Only the first scenes in the crypt of the movie Dracula (1931) was the best Dracula entrance I have ever seen.

 

 

I do have to admit that while Dracula's armor looked most impressive, it seems like it would be a great deal of trouble keeping it painted.

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I do have to admit that while Dracula's armor looked most impressive, it seems like it would be a great deal of trouble keeping it painted.

 

Why do you think so?

After putting glossy and matte varnish on him, it should its colors.

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I do have to admit that while Dracula's armor looked most impressive, it seems like it would be a great deal of trouble keeping it painted.

 

 

Why do you think so?

After putting glossy and matte varnish on him, it should its colors.

I think he was referring to the armor in the movie. First time in combat and a great deal of the paint would be scratched off.

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I do have to admit that while Dracula's armor looked most impressive, it seems like it would be a great deal of trouble keeping it painted.

 

Why do you think so?

After putting glossy and matte varnish on him, it should its colors.

I think he was referring to the armor in the movie. First time in combat and a great deal of the paint would be scratched off.

 

 

Ok, in this case any varnish would not help. Yeah, after every battle it must be get some paint again.

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