Bambooie vs Biohunter76 dreads

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riky

New Member
Hello,
First post, but I have been lurking a while. I am putting together my first predator head. It is a resin head for display and not a mask. Trying to decide which dreads to use and two names have come up alot. Bambooie and  Biohunter76
Has anyone worked with both? If yes have you noticed a difference, and can you recommend one over the other?
It is for a resin cast of the Morris 2.0 P1 head from deluted concepts incase it matters. 
I did use the search feature to go through the pages of dread questions but did not see that question addressed, but I do apologize if I missed it. I don't want to be a pest. 
 

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Metal Man

New Member
Hello,
First post, but I have been lurking a while. I am putting together my first predator head. It is a resin head for display and not a mask. Trying to decide which dreads to use and two names have come up alot. Bambooie and  Biohunter76
Has anyone worked with both? If yes have you noticed a difference, and can you recommend one over the other?
It is for a resin cast of the Morris 2.0 P1 head from deluted concepts incase it matters. 
I did use the search feature to go through the pages of dread questions but did not see that question addressed, but I do apologize if I missed it. I don't want to be a pest. 
I have worked with Banbooie dreads and they are 1 1/8" at the wide end and I hear Biohunter76 are 1" .I hear that Biohunters are very good dreads.I have Bambooie on my P1 Bob Bagy mask and they look great. Try doing two mask and both sets of dreads. Both are great dread makers. Hope this helps alittle bit. Hez dreads are something to look at.They have a texture to them very nice.
 

Tsurabisu

New Member
I have a set of Casey's (Biohunter76) and I think the main difference is that his are thick through most of the dread before tapering down near the end. I think Bambooie's start tapering about half way down. Either way, they both do fantastic work, so ya can't go wrong.
 

Xterminatus

New Member
Hey Riky.

nice to see you here at the lair mate looking forward to seeing your P1 .

I recived a ton of Caseys ( Biohunter76 ) Dreads and beads today and they look amazing to say the least.
They are very smooth to the surface and the thing i really appreciate is that there are only one seemline wich makes it very easy
to hide it when attaching them.
And it has to be said that i have never ever known anyone that worked so hard as casey did to get my dreads casted and shipped hahaha
i could not belive it when i could collect them at the post today only a week from ordering them and i live halfway accross the world

I have worked with bambooies dreads also and they to are great caseys are smoother though.
and the one seemline is great.
Both sets i belive are cast of a similar material but you really need to ask them about that.
Both sets are also possible to cut in a angle when attaching them so that they dont look like a palmtree hahaha

That said Booies dreads are also very very very god and you cant really go wrong with any of them.
Its soo great to see that more people are doing such a great work for the comunity

i cant tell of hez dreads though as i never tryed them but im sure they are great also :rolleyes:

Hope this helps a bit

Kind regards
jimmy
 

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