EDIT: All the pics ended up getting moved so here's the finished pics.
Oh wow! i am PMing you right now. thanks, this will help out sooooo much.I actually have three of the original helmets (two decorated and one plain) in my collection. Let me know if you want some measurements or pics.
Nah, we've just been told it was a bad movie. It really wasn't! It really wasn't!!! :lolComing along nicely. I loved this movie, but then again, my taste can be a bit eclectic.
yeah i know,..... that stares at me every time im looking at it.... haha.This looks awesome!!!
Just an observation, cuz I know it's the kind of thing I'd miss, until it was too late... If that last shot is straight on, the ear on the right side of the photo flares out further than the left. It could just be a perspective issue of the photo and not the sculpt at all, but I thought it throw it out there, just in case.
well it def is the ears. the left one (pictures right) flares out too much. i have scraped some of it away. but the jawline is probably off too.Still looks awesome! If you're still having trouble working it out, it may not even be the ears... Look at the bottom corners of the jawline, just below the 'earlobe,' if you will. It appears to be the slightest bit wonky. That may be causing the illusion of the ears being off. Maybe not?
Also, I'm a painter/printmaker, I have trouble with symmetry or proportion in TWO dimensions, much less, THREE. I have always had luck with looking at my work in a mirror, it amplifies those inconsistencies by taking what you are used to seeing and off, and making it that much off in the other direction, making it twice as noticeable to you... Does that make since?
thanks mike, you are helping me out immensely with the pics. i like the dirrection i have taken it since the the first round of pics you sent me.Looks great, Daman! I love the rippers. Sometimes when I am in a good mood, the "ripper dance" song just pops into my head for no reason and makes me smile...
I'll get you the other pics you requested later today.