Last edited by STEALTH; Oct 17, 2012 at 10:02 PM.
Nice Tut buddy. Good to see you back in the game.
Thanks man, just tried to keep it simple. Not really the cleanest way to do it but simple and gives a decent effect.
Hopefully I can get a chance to build something as well, before the year ends.
Good to see you around buddy.
do you own your own helmet yet? lol
Great video stealth! And yes, that is the prefered way to solder. Lol! (although, that's not the way I twist my wires, but I won't bust your balls anymore!)
Question, have you done any "see thru" lighting? I planed on using sunglasses lenses with the bridal veil material on them and lighting those up so I can actually see thru the lenses. I can't see thru my eyes all that well with no lenses or lights in them. I don't really want to try looking out tiny slits under the eyes. (I'm Clumbsy with not vision impairment!!)
I would be interested to so how you go about that method if you have. I have seen most people do the opaque eyes lighting method with good reason, it looks fantastic from the outside. But I'd still prefer to give up a bit of that for better visibility.
Great video. I love them and I know there are alot of other people that get a ton of great info from them.
Peppers Ghost Eye Lighting
@STEALTH: Your last two tutorials have been great! Extremely informative especially since I can use your methods for a different application. And now that I know about these pellets, I have so many ideas running through my head.
Great work!!!! your videos are always helpful.....
I liked it.
Never get tired of watching your stuff!
Very nice tut. I'm new to this stuff, in the middle of my first build so simple and easy is what I need.
Thanks again for the strapping info. Love your tutorials I was struggling withe the eyes also.
You are doing a great service to those of us just starting out. Hard to find a place to start in this hobby. Thanks.
Awesome thanks again Stealth!!!
The only thing missing now, is ... how to install a hinge system that can open and close your mask (turning on and off the eye lights in the process).....
Sweet! Thanks for the tutorial man, im def gonna use it once i get to the helmet part of my build.