Finally completed my head

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oneuglymf

New Member
First off, I LOVE your username. LOL!

whats the "King Jamie" technique? I'm actually modifying a construction helmet into my undermask, so i"m curious to see what you did if you used a rugby helmet.
 

waffle overlord

New Member
Im really not sure if he's around still, but King Jamie made these kinds of masks 5 or six years ago when I first got into this. What I did was get a baseball helmet (couldn't find a rugby one) and cut the brim off the front. Then drilled holes around for the dreads and added velcro to the top and the pred helmet itself. To keep them on I used thick wire and basically laced them together inside the helmet.

And yes, I was going to add some kind of small teeth or beads to the dreads but I was in a crunch for time haha and also....I used industrial grade foam tubing for the dreads...not a great idea. The whole thing weighs around 15-16 pounds :/
 

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PredatrHuntr

Master Member
Those dreads look great. They might be heavy, but damn they look good!

Good job on the helmet idea. Jamie isn't around anymore - he's doing jailtime for doing bad things.
 

ChaoBreeder

Active Member
Really? Is it related to Costuming? Or something that shouldn't be discussed on this board? Aside from that, Does most of the weight come from the hat or the dreads?
 

waffle overlord

New Member
hey thanks man :)

well it is a head hahah
but yeah most of the weight comes from the dreads themselves. not to bad if you've got a chin strap or a beanie though
 

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