*Base Belt and Spine Template Base abdomen pattern. Includes patterns to layer the spine. Try using foam.
Files: All scales should already be in place for an average built 6 ft person.
All models were created by me. A few unfolds were by mkshane and Zero202.
IMPORTANT- The helmet and chest files were built in a way that a lot of you probably aren't familiar with. Despite what they look like in Pep, these parts aren't 1 solid object, they are made up of several small boxlike shapes that you will have to assemble and fit together. I HIGHLY SUGGEST USING BUTTERFLY CLIPS in your build process for these. After assembling some of the parts, use the clips to position and hold the parts together from the inside until you get a good feel for how the part looks, then afterward begin to glue the parts together while removing clips one at a time. The inside edges once glued together will act as a superior reinforcement tool much stronger than having support struts. It sounds weird I know, but trust me it works great and you will be able to test fit.
If you don't use the clips to hold the parts together before you glue, you may run into problems getting all of the parts to fit together perfectly. So have patience! I build parts in this way to attain a high level of symmetry.
**Misc Armor Parts**
Optional ODST Visor. To be used as template for cutting plastic pieces.
*Buckle Template Base buckle for the ODST. Not much to it, but it's simple.
*Neck Seal Template Pattern for neck guard on Chest Core. Good to cut from foam.
Zero's unfold batch 1
**ODST Helmet Attachments & Addons (Requires ODST Helmet V2)**
If you would like me to link/showcase your work on my thread just send me a PM.
Recommended Links: (Great work by other 405th members using these files)