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War Machine pepakura by streetdreamschoppers War Machine pepakura by streetdreamschoppers
First I would like to give a BIG shout out to the members of the 405th and the Replica Prop Forum. Second shout out to the people who do these Pepakura files, great work. So down to the details.
1) Printed and sized the pep file.
2) Spent 12 hrs building the pep model.
3) Rezined the outside.
4) Rondoed the inside for strength.
5) Sanded down all the pep lines.
6) Bondoed and sanding the out side to make it smooth and
get the shape right.

After all that I still need to add some details and then it's off to molding.

More to come as I finish it.

Thanx for looking, comments welcome.
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J-Mobius Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2013
very cool!
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Thank you.
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ironlung3884 Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2011
The helmet is awesome and would like some help getting started on one of my own .How do you go about finding the files. i really want to do one of those army of two masks.Thanks
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ironlung3884 Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2011
Oh man these 3D pepakuras helment are incredible how do you guys go about getting the files to make them .i was just checking out NY INK the new tattooing show and saw a mask that was used in a SLIPKNOT video and was blown away, which led me to the net. if you guys could point me in the right direction i would very much appreciate it....thanks
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Sorry it took so long to respond, if your interested in making these types of helms you need a few things. First is the pepakura program and second if the right files. There are several places to get the files, the Replica Prop Forum, 405th.com are the two I use the most. After you have the files you want you open them with the Pepakura designer program (there are two programs designer and viewer, designer lets you adjust the scale so you can fit it to your proportions)you then print it out on card stock paper cut glue fold to get your base. Then you have to fiberglass ( or other method of hardening) bondo sand paint and wear. There is alot of detail I'm flying by but this is the absolute basics. If you check out the 405th there are "stickies" that go into alot more detail.
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AndreaCelestini Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
This is so ccoooool!!!
I've always loved pepakura but I've never been able to make a good 3d model...
This helmet seem to be so funny to build!!!
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streetdreamschoppers Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2010
They are not to bad, this one took about 12 hrs to finish. That's before hardening and all the sanding. I just hardened a Master Chief helmet from Halo so as soon as it sets I'm going to snap a few pics.
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AndreaCelestini Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
I can't wait to see a painted version. This is really a cool activity, one day I'll try again... I wanna go to work dressed like ironman!!!
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streetdreamschoppers Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2010
LOL that would be cool. You'd really turn some heads, especially if you had the face plate that goes up and down on it's own. All I use is card stock an exact o knife a rubber cutting mat, a zip lock bag( to put the glue on) white glue and a tooth pick.
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AndreaCelestini Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Cool. I'd like to build custom cars... Or mecha...
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