Should've just removed the eye part and it would look great, it's not like he needs them anyway.
I guess it would probably make his secret identity obvious but goddamn would it look scarier.
They should have just kept the thing he did when he first fought crime. The bandanna tied around the eyes was fucking cool
Because he was a fucking babe in that black outfit and you could physically see that he was strong and the real daredevil costume is too good looking and they literally introduced a thin fabric that was extremely protective only to shit on all of it, to shit on all of it and make his sexy British ass invisible, fuck them fuck them all I hope every one of them goes to Hell
Ass still looks pretty good in it, but yeah it's a shit costume either way.
If creators of Scream Queens (and a shitfest that is American Horror Story) managed to make a red Devil suit look more creepy than silly, why can't MCU?
His ass looked infinitely better in the black outfit
They literally could've redone the black outfit in a dark red with horns
BUT NO, THAT WOULD MAKE TOO MUCH SENSE AND BE TOO SEXY
why do those earguards on his helmet look so shitty
cap had them in the first avengers, too
i get that his ears need protection, but they make him look like a tard
The tacticool look is really weird because the show specifically went out of it's way to show us this fabric-armor that exists, making the need for actual armor redundant. They created a reason for Daredevil to wear a costume like he does in the comics, but he ends up with this.
It'd be one thing if they just decided that DD was going to look tacticool in this show and stuck with it, but they made a fucking plot point about how he was going to get a costume made with normal fabric.
>tfw Samnee designed a perfect way to do tacticool DD and Marvel still didn't use it
why does that look a million times better than the show's red suit
is it the nose?
i mean, i could imagine matt talking to the other defenders while wearing that and them not laughing in his face
can't say the same about the actual netflix suit
This is even worse than Cap's Avengers suit.
Hell, that suit looked alright without the retarded helmet. This is ugly with or without helmet.
how hard is jessica jones going to laugh when she meets him
>accentuates his tiny pug nose
>smooshes his cheeks so he looks pudgy
This is giving me flashbacks to that live-action Phantom movie, where they somehow took peak-handsomness Billy Zane and gave him a costume that made him look like lumpy potato man.
great now i have to shoop that helmet on AO
Never mind the lack of color, the biggest problem with the suit is that the cowl doesn't play nice with Charlie Cox's face. It compresses his nose into a piglike snout and the lines of the mouth opening make his already square jaw look comical. It would probably look a million times better if it followed the contours of his face more.
See, Cap's helmet doesn't go straight across his nose, why does DD's? Fuck, they could have just repainted one of Cap's helmets and added horns and lenses and it would look a million times better than what we got.
This picture is also a good representation of why it's difficult to pull off a good looking headpiece in live action. The drawing is balanced around mask, whereas in real life the mask sits over the head. If this were an actual person he'd have a small skull with a massively jutting mouth and nose.
If all the black was a another shade of red instead then the costume may actually be good. It's fundamentally a bit retarded, but the red would even things out, the black just makes it stand out.
I've never thought it looked THAT bad.
Don't get me wrong, its far from good and the black costume was infinitely better but it seems to me that its another one of those things that the internet has noticed something that isn't quite so good in a pretty good show and have latched onto it, repeatedly banging on about how shit it is, when really in reality it's just merely pretty mediocre.
No, it's pretty fucking terrible from a design standpoint. There is no unifying direction for how the black and red are placed so it looks like a bunch of stripes in random directions. Easiest way to fix it would be to put the black as the undersuit and have it visible in the neck, armpits, groin, and gloves to indicate it's the more flexible fabric while the red overlays the limbs and torso indicating it's the better armored parts. Also there needs to be more contrast between the red and the black, it just muddles together looking slightly purplish in low light.
Yeah man, its so awful, totally on par with this.
Its really not THAT bad mate. I'm not saying its good. If anything, I think its bland, because at least if it was bad it would have that as a distinguishing feature
I heard by episode 8 he gets another costume change
Because it's well lit. Daredevil was in the dark in about 95% of the show, because it gives him an advantage over his opponents. Look at that picture. He's in a meat locker. We will never see the costume that well lit, because it's going to be dark and creepy looking in there. The only reason we saw it well lit at the end of season one was so they could go HEY CHECK IT OUT GUYS HE HAS THE NAME AND THE COSTUME HE'S ACTUALLY DAREDEVIL NOW.
You know the different between justice and punishment?
Justice is rind.
Eyes have to move up a bit and horns down, my ms paint skills will give you an example
>It has lines, straps, random buckles, arm bracers, plates, screws, and lines, and straps, and lines, fabric weave, buckles, and lines...
which is pretty much the MCU method of designing costumes, just look at Cap, Vision, Thor...
>More bitching about the costume design.
>Show or movie comes out and people are still hype.
I love this fucking cycle.
>Even a well shot very enjoyable show or movie with a great script becomes instantly unwatchable, unenjoyable garbage because you don't like the costume design
Might just be your autism anon
It's mostly the eyes, but that particular picture isn't exactly flattering. Matt's slouching and dopey facial expression is sort of the nail in the coffin.
See, you can make any costume look good with proper lighting and shooting at the right angles, but that's really just delaying the problem, because eventually the script is going to call for a scene where you can't rely on doing that.
Black Panther in front of the industrial electrical unit will never not make me smile. I get that in the film it's not going to be an establishing shot, but why would the guys cutting the trailer think that's the scene they should use?
I'm saying it's pointless to have thousands of threads whining about it since it will amount to nothing in the long run. Nothing I say will stop anything, though. I accept that this cycle will never end.
From what I'm aware, the final costume came down from Marvel executives rather than the costume designer. It's likely that they wrote it for just that purpose, but Marvel wanted his costume to be 'in line with the rest of the MCU' or something like that.