Discussion in 'New Recruits' started by Doom, May 15, 2008.
but when I googled the page it was when the site was down and then I went to the Maker Faire and saw the stormtroppers and I got re inspired WOO
i heard about the 405th from indy mogul on youtube because i had heard (i don't remember how) that it was possible to make homemade halo suits so i searched for a tutorial on youtube.
Two friends that have always wanted to do a build, they mentioned it to me.
Team phenoix videos on youtube.
Same here Indy Mogul link from Halo Waypoint Tweet.
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I actually saw a dragon mask from Skyrim tutorial, and it linked this place as one of the places to learn how to pepakura. It all started then, about a month ago. Hadn't heard of it before that.
i was serching a pepakura master chief armor and i found this page
I can't remember where I first heard of the 405th, I think I may have just been looking at pictures of Armour builds cause I was kinda thinking about making some at the time.
More recently I started looking for templates for Spartan armour as I'm looking to build my Reach armour
Alot of 405th activity going on in Instagram
I was looking up halo armor on youtube and found Adam's youtube page
I was on youtube one day and decided that I has going to build ODST armor so I looked it up and found a hate video I guess? were this guy got banned from the 405th for calling some of guy here a liar and a talentless ass clown? Well the guy showed some of his work and I thought it was awesome so since he said 405th.com in his video I looked you the website and joined.
Looking up halo armor on youtube and found Adam's youtube page
I found this place many moons ago, during an extended bout of downtime where for months on end I couldn't register or even look at the forums. I was looking for a place to get feedback about my airsoft BR55-HB battle rifle without walking into a circlejerk in the form of "IT IS HALO AND YOU ARE A GOD" or "IT IS NOT CALLADOOTY AND YOU ARE A FAIL". With the exception of some bizarrely double-standard postings relating to liability issues with making durable armor for use as load-carrying equipment for paintball or airsoft being against forum policy but allowing talk of using carbon composites and boron nitride plate to make *actual* anti-ballistic armor and adding respiratory protection to suits, it has been an extremely professional, extremely helpful, and extremely fun community to take part in.
I was looking for a way to contact Sean Bradley to buy one of his ODST kits and I ended up here
(by the way, if anyone can help me ocntact him, I would be extremly thankful!)
Looking around for buying cheap *snort like that was ever going to happen* armor... Nonetheless led me to make my own within a couple weeks after seeing this website.
I kept running into armor groups like the 405th and 501st in my real life adventures. For example, I saw Weird Al in concert, and he had a chorus line of storm troopers in "the Saga Begins." I also met several Spartans from the 405th at RTX 2013. When researching how to build or buy an ODST outfit, I came across the site. Last birthday, my girlfriend put me in touch with Sean B. (via the admins at GrifballHub) to buy a helmet and start on an armor kit. Now that I am actually beginning the build, I decided it was time to join.
I was researching cosplay material and techniques after running across the "KamuiCosplay" website - figuring I'd enjoy Blizzcon 2014 in full regalia. That led me to a storm-trooper/ Mandolorian costuming website where people were discussing the pros and cons of respective building materials, specifically Worbla thermoplastic (the reviews were all pretty much "no"). A few posts into it a user suggested EVA foam "like the 405th people" use, and I found my way here! I also ran across a few of JUSTINIAN's builds on The RPF and followed that bread crumb trail, too - but either way both were reasonably indirect means.
Browsing, looking for info on making an ODST. Came across this website and it was like hitting the mother-load. After two months of researching the threads I decided to join.
I too was also looking for info on ODST for my and my buddy, we are going to start making our own ODST armors, will be nice to have a 2nd set of hands.
found my way here from you tube helm guids
I was watching some prop building tutorials on YouTube and stumbled across Cereal Killl3r's Halo 3 chest armor build series. I heard him say some numbers and I typed them into google. Alas, I found this forum and lurked around a bit before actually joining, and I am glad I did.
IndyMogul is all I can say.. I've been inlove with cosplay ever since their Halo video
I was reffered here from the IndyMogul video that Retralpha mentioned
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