I saw online that there are companies that can scan your body and then print the pieces out in a variety of materials. But the cost is often high.
Having my own reliable 3d printer, I wanted to do it myself. But being an Android user, there really isn't anything on the app store that can be used for body scanning.
And then I found this tutorial:
Instead of taking a bunch of photos, my husband took a video circling me in workout gear.
I converted the video into frames and then deleted every other image or so, until I had just enough to allow the program to build the model.
This was then exported and brought into zbrush for cleanup. It was mirrored and smoothed.
22 actually printed, in ABS and adhered with ABS slurry. It's just a 'bit' bigger than I am, so I'll probably do a bit of sanding. Might even add a fabric 'skin' for pinning stuff. Who knows?
Anyway, it's nice to have a solid form that matches me, and I can build leather based armors on.