Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by armecore, Feb 27, 2010.
Wow this build is awesome! What would you recommend to use for the visors?
That is really some great work! I am looking forward to getting my first bucket completed!
Very impressive work. I haven't tried using resin on a model yet, but I often use urethane foam as a filler. I am familiar with resin having worked on old cars in the past. I might have to try a helmet sometime. Keep up the good work!
Hi guys i cherche the airborn helmet in all the web. Somebody have the pepakura file or know somebody who have them? Help me please your my only one hope
@Thxlesith : Hi! Welcome to Zealot.
Please introduce yourself here: http://www.zealot.com/forums/introductions.616/
Then we may see if the Force is strong with you.
Yes i'm sorry i have so much cherch than i forget good manners.
Get control of yourself, read the rules first, usually, people contribute before they ask!!
I also suggest you post a picture of the exact Helmet you want. This is most important, as there are too many helmets to try and guess.
Yes i'm sorry and thank's for your help.
This is the helmet
Yep, however he already stated the correct designation. There is only one type of Trooper called Airborne Trooper. I LOVE that design because it features some elements of the Cylon Centurions.
This helmet is very special, and yes it look likes at the centurion. But and it s a big but, i think it s the rarefull helmet, and more Lucasart delet the file of the pepakura
So you start with the basic helmet, get paper and scissors, and start using your noggin to turn it into what you want. If you think you will find exactly what you want, that's a long shot. I did find this site, and it is a 1:1 helmet, and it's free! They had some other models there too.
WOOOW! That Stormtrooper helmet rocks!
AND THEY HAVE THE DONALD DUCK HELMETS FROM EPISODE VII, TOO!!!
Thank you for posting this, @zathros ! My Colonial Warrior helmet will unfold similar to them, so that's a GREAT thing to know.
I'm happy someone found it useful! I looked for a long time to find this site. It took me almost 5 minutes, which is a lot in internet Browsing, if you think about it, in the sense that it's 5 minutes I;ll never get back, and it's not a model I ever intend to build. So I am very much appreciative of your positive response. Thanks Revelle-Fan!
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