First Pepakura Build

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ZombieAppetite

New Member
First thread here.

I figure there is no need for chit chat... so on with the pictures!!!

BTW: Not my pep file. Downloaded from tektonten

 

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ZombieAppetite

New Member
Hello everyone,

I have been a costumer for about 3 years now. It all started with my Stormtrooper armor build which got me accepted into the 501st legion as well as the honors of being a member of thw "expert infantry"

I have been messing around with other props and costumes as of late including.

Steampunk xbox
Steampunk guitar
5 more stormtrooper helmets (including one zombie trooper)
Tusken raider head

In planning phase:
Proton Pack
Sandtrooper backpack and T-21 blaster (time for a sandtrooper conversion)

So theres my little introduction.
Now to the task at hand.

This will be my first pepakura build and so far it seems to be going rather well.
I am building the Dargonborn helmet from skyrim, I have seen plenty of people do this so i figured i would give it a shot.

First off, This is not my 3D model or Pep file. I downloaded it from "TEKTONTEN"

I Have been reading for a while now about tips and tricks for pepakura so this will not become a "help me!!!" thread. The purpose of this thread is just to document my progress. If anyone has advice, comments, or death threats feel free to voice them. But if i have any questions my first resource will be the search function on these forums.

Thanks for looking...
 

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ZombieAppetite

New Member
New update with pics.

Got more work done on the helmet. Still plenty of bondo work needed to get it perfect. Then i decided to add another layer of fiberglass on the inside just be sure it is strong enough since i sand through some spots oops. i think the horns came out great. hand carved into the bondo using a butter knife.... dont tell my wife

 

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