falcon mask from propzone

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crazyk187

New Member
Has anyone had problems folding this mask. I can't get the left eye at the bottom to have the same sharp v shaped as the 1 on the right.......¿¿¿

Help!!!¡¡¡
 

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crazyk187

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Just got done tonight Actually very pleased with the outcome!!!!

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You can kind of tell the second picture The struts are installed to give it correct shape....
 

REYALS1

New Member
Whoa... that's nuts. I don't really follow this type of prop making, but I usually see pretty cool outcomes of the final piece... like this one.
 

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crazyk187

New Member
Well im mostly worried about the edges.... like scissors ??? Some of the fiberglass is over the edge and can really be cut.........
 

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crazyk187

New Member
Just used a bench grinder from work

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Still got alot of work but irs Comming along. Gonna dermal the eyes then.........Idk am I ready for for bondo???? Any thing you guys think I need to do first???

Thanks!!!!
 

bweapon

New Member
looks good, id say if your happy with the high spots and all sharp bits of fibreglass are gone... WHACK SOME BONDO ON!
lol
it is expensive and sets fast though so if you're not too familiar with it i would only mix tiny amount at first working a little and often. No more than the size of a golfball i'd say to get you started, go on to sanding by hand too. Probably start out with a 60grit paper to take away the bulk of the work imo.
then its primer an flatting, painting and wearing.
good luck dude!
 

crazyk187

New Member
I just started bondoing my mask today.... it's not going to bad but I'm really nervous about losing a lot of the lines in the bottom so I am making the layers really light


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If you have any tips for me they would be greatly appreciated
 

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