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Halo 3: ODST - UNSC ODST

Halo 3: ODST - UNSC ODST 1.2

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AnimatedSky

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Question regarding the templates. I see that on some of the cutting edge the line is perforated (see attached image). What is that for? If it is meant to be bent, then why is it on the cutting edge? This is my first build ever so any help is appreciated
 

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Cadet

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Question regarding the templates. I see that on some of the cutting edge the line is perforated (see attached image). What is that for? If it is meant to be bent, then why is it on the cutting edge? This is my first build ever so any help is appreciated
Without knowing the specific part you are talking about, I can only guess that this means that when you assemble the piece and attach the next part along that line, it will be attach at an angle, rather than gluing straight on.


It can be helpful to reference the 3-D model when looking at the templates. You should be able to click on that part on the 2-D display, and it will highlight where it is on the 3-D display. Then look at the edges and see what is going on with that junction on the 3-D model to get a better understanding the assembly.
 

AnimatedSky

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Without knowing the specific part you are talking about, I can only guess that this means that when you assemble the piece and attach the next part along that line, it will be attach at an angle, rather than gluing straight on.


It can be helpful to reference the 3-D model when looking at the templates. You should be able to click on that part on the 2-D display, and it will highlight where it is on the 3-D display. Then look at the edges and see what is going on with that junction on the 3-D model to get a better understanding the assembly.
So this is the part i originally highlighted on the odst helmet but they everywhere in the template.
 

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Walshy

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This is probably a stupid question but I'm struggling to decide what thickness of foam to use. I'm trying to make the forearm, scaled to my arm nicely but this is my first time using pepakura as the template (I've used pep before) Could I use floor mats?

I have little experience working with foam following AndrewDFTs video on how to actually piece parts together (I was building the shoulders) so I was basically shown how to build it but with pep there's no instructions :lol: Hence not knowing what thickness to use..
 

Sir HappyBear I

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This is probably a stupid question but I'm struggling to decide what thickness of foam to use. I'm trying to make the forearm, scaled to my arm nicely but this is my first time using pepakura as the template (I've used pep before) Could I use floor mats?

I have little experience working with foam following AndrewDFTs video on how to actually piece parts together (I was building the shoulders) so I was basically shown how to build it but with pep there's no instructions :lol: Hence not knowing what thickness to use..
I used 10mm foam for my whole ODST and i used 2mm foam to add details to certain parts. Oh and the 10mm foam were all from floormats so they should do the job just fine!
 
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