Styrene Pepakura Skyrim Dragon Priest Mask

ColKel

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I was recently asked by a friend to make a Dragon Priest mask for her son for a local Con. I only had about a month from start to finish. Mostly made out of 1mm styrene sheet and painted with Rust-oleum Hammered Copper. For the amount of time I put into iti'm quite happy with the result.

For a mini tutorial on how I use styrene for pep you can check out this post :

https://www.therpf.com/showthread.php?t=158412&p=2442205&viewfull=1#post2442205

For some of my Star Wars helmet peps check out this thread :

https://www.therpf.com/showthread.php?t=159800

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Primed with Rust-oleum grey Primer.
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Finished mask.
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Yahiaoui

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Very cool! First time I've seen someone replicating one of the Dragon Priest's masks, would love to give one a go at some point.
 

ColKel

Active Member
Very nice. Don't remember seeing anyone do pep with styrene before.

I'm actually surprised that there aren't more people doing styrene peps. Some Pepakura models seem ideal for it. Also a nice alternative if you want to skip the resin & bondo method.
 

RockitScience

Active Member
Looks lovely. Are those compound curves composed of lots of thin strips of styrene then smoothed over with a filler/putty? I read your tutorial which was very interesting, but still a little unclear on that part.
 

ColKel

Active Member
Looks lovely. Are those compound curves composed of lots of thin strips of styrene then smoothed over with a filler/putty? I read your tutorial which was very interesting, but still a little unclear on that part.

The compound curves are basically just a couple layers of 1mm styrene (2 layers of 1mm styrene as I can recall) and then sanded smooth. No filler was used except for modelling putty to fill the gaps between the strips.
 
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