Stormtropper Helmet - Pepakura

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Alonzo Fonzo

Active Member
Hi!

I found The Replica Prop Forum about 6 months ago and I am a frequent reader since. I am really impressed about the things you create and I thought its now time to introduce myself with some pictures of my Pepakura stormtrooper helmet which is currently in the bondo-sanding stage :lol

I used the Pep-file from Fierfek´s thread, thanks a lot the file its great!
 

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echo5633

Active Member
looks good so far I'm just finishing up my pep stormtrooper helmet so i feel your pain keep up the good work.
 

Alonzo Fonzo

Active Member
Wow! Your helmet looks great echo5633!

Here are two more recent pictures. I finished most of the rough work and started detailing. After a layer of primer I realized the left side of the bowl need another thin layer of bondo.
 

superweasle

New Member
That looks awesome so far, can't wait to see more! I'm busy with an IM suit right now but I'd love to do that bucket as well.
 

echo5633

Active Member
Thanks i appreciate the compliment. I have a love hate relationship with my helmet I love it and I'm proud of my work but i almost threw it through a wall about 100 times along the way so have fun...... :)
 

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Korban

Member
Looking good, Alonzo Fonzo. Yours is coming along great! I'm not looking forward to how long it's going to take me to sand mine. :p
 

Spade

New Member
mine looked like the swamp thing swallowed my helmet Ha! im just waiting for my sander to get here to start shaping it. Good luck on both your builds!!
 

Alonzo Fonzo

Active Member
Thanks for your comments!
Yes, all the sanding is sometimes a little frustrating but I am also currently working on a complete fiberglass scratch built biker scout costume, so there is plenty variety. Yesterday I only played around with the lenses and the biker scout belt, not so much progress...
 

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Alonzo Fonzo

Active Member
A small update for today.
I glued the vocoder in place and reworked most of the mouth area. After countless hours of sanding I still have fun building this thing, maybe I am crazy! :lol
 

Particle

New Member
I want to make a scout trooper suit myself. I don't know where to start though, can't seam to find much information on building scout trooper costumes. (or storm trooper costumes for that matter) Anyways, the helmet looks great! Ill be following your progress :)
 

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Alonzo Fonzo

Active Member
Well, I think I get the form approximately right. I am currently working on the surface (removal of all these small holes and scratches).
Some more layers of primer and spot filler and the helmet should be ready for some white color :lol
 

Alonzo Fonzo

Active Member
A small update for today. I am finally satisfied with the overall shape of the helmet, its not perfect but not bad either (sorry no pictures yet)

Here are two pictures of the parts I am currently working on, the ear and the bubble lenses:
 

rosskow

Well-Known Member
Even making your own lenses. Nicely done, but slap up some pictures next time for us to peek at :)
 

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