DareDevil Cowl W.I.P.

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Wolverine8

Active Member
Here is my first DareDevil cowl.

First templates:

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Then foams:

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And all join together with cement glue, after that 5 coat mod podge:

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Ready for paint. First time I'm gonna use airbrush. I hope it will finish fine...
 

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Hazmat

Well-Known Member
the view from the side makes me think of a re imagined Hawkman helmet, and now I really want to make one!. How well does it fit when you wearing it it?
 

Wolverine8

Active Member
the view from the side makes me think of a re imagined Hawkman helmet, and now I really want to make one!. How well does it fit when you wearing it it?
Will I take it as a praise? :D

My mannequin has a little head. But, on my head it's fits perfectly.
 
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Wolverine8

Active Member
Sorry, yes it looks good. I think it will look great once it's painted. If it fits you head better than the mannequin you should probably show your self wearing it though.
No need sorry. After painted, I will wear it. Thanks for comment.
 

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Wolverine8

Active Member
It's painted. I used airbrush first time and I like it. It gives me more opportunity and more color selection than plastidip. And here is the result. Sorry bad quality and bad angle for the pictures which I wear the cowl, because I'm alone at home.

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