Absolutely 100% different for many reasons I wont get into. But in all my pep builds (think there might be 4) I have asked the artist permission to use there pep as a BASE. Which is what it is if you look at any of my work it ends up looking nothing like the pep base.Don't worry Fin, there is still much to be done, and also remember building someone's pep model hardening it then retouching details isn't any different. Because the base model was created by someone else, the builder is simply finishing or modifying the work.
Yes, but the crown needs the most work, and I removed two sections completely not visible in the pics and have to rebuild them completely. There is a lot of filling and smoothing out to be done on the crown after that I will commence work on the interior wing details.So I take that now you have the helmet wear it is currently, you're going to start putting in the details on the back of the wings?
Will you also be enhancing the details that are already present?
Looking forward to seeing how this pans out
After searching online for hours for a Thor helmet replica (helmet not worn often enough in the film...lame) so I decided to build a replica using the disguise costume helmet as a base. I will, however, build a helmet to the specs of the hero prop using this base and documentation I have collect from MARVEL STUDIOS and Comic-Con 2010 photos for references.
Thanks, and I will update this thread soon.I think this is coming along great. I know this is my first post on here (yes I am a noob). But I have been looking at a lot of helmets being made by others, and this one looks really good to what I have been seeing. Good work dude.
It is not easy to make a helmet if you don't have something to start from, (which I have notice), but using the cheap plastic one at least gives you somewhere to start.