Armor's reference for my Iron Man "training-comic". Tried a different take on the "Bleeding Edge" Armor, also because every author that depict it have its way with it. Took some hints from both Larroca/Romita Jr. versions, mayve more form the latter for the armor "generation". Messed heare and there to give it an incomplete look: more refined and streamlined pieces with some more bulky pieces (like that sort of spinal cord) to emphasize the WIP state of the armor.
The fact the the 'Bleeding Edge' armor a liquid metal design and not one with defined hardened plates like the previous "Extremis" suit, means it has less of a 'look' that is defined and thus can adapt/change(possibly to Tony's Moods?). Sort of an 'artistic license' cop out. I've seen it change into a t-shirt and shorts(via High Evolutionary device, which the armor disabled the disabling device later on) and twice the suit was no more than a few molecules thick(just enough to get by!), to just the 'gloves' deploying so Stark could see(via 'eyes' in the surface of the suit) & Steer his car while he had a lady in his lap. So its really flexible.