Fallout New Vegas Desert Helmet (pep-files)

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Wes R

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Very nice. It's a great look for not juts fallout costumes but a post apocalyptic costume in general.
 

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NeXXt

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Sluis Van Shipyards, paper form coated with resin and uragel. Acryllic spackle, milliput and priming. Of course, there's some styrene elements — fe: new air-filter.

Gundytron, I think so ;)

lightbringer, not at all!
 

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burningman

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that looks amazing..makes me want to throw mine in the garbage

(EDIT) Ok it's decided I'm doing a rethink of mine and starting over.
Thank you so much for creating and sharing this file!
 
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NeXXt

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Some WIP photos.

Pepakura. Paper works:


Resined (3 layers with glass tissue), sanding and spackling:


Resined and covered with UraGel785


Works with acryllic putty (white), milliput (green), grey primer.


Versions:


Light, camera and battery block (?) - paper, uragel, milliput:


Air-in filter (sintra instead of paper and resin):




Decals:
 

burningman

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love this man..thanx for the photos..gives a good insight to how you did it.

One question. Did you coat the inside of the helmet with the Uragel?
It looks like from the pics you just resined it and fiberglassed.
 

NeXXt

Well-Known Member
burningman, not at all :)

About helmet:
1 step: resin coat inside and outside (simple compound epxy resin, not uragel);
2 step: fiberglassing the inner side (2 layers);
3 step: coated from the inside with Uragel (3-4 times);
4 step: tune form with milliput and putty.
5,6,7... sanding :)
 
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burningman

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Awesome thanks for the tips...I'm assembling the helmet as we speak using your fantastic files.
This info will be a big help. Thank you!
 

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