I didn't flatten the top part of the helmet, I just used what was there and just worked around...didn't know anything till you asked the question.Ronin said:First of all great work!!! You used D4L smooth helmet ver 1. How did flaten out the high ridges on top? Did you just sand them?
just noticed that D4FL had that changed on his 2nd smooth helmet...
Of course, I am working on the arms at the moment...will post pics when I am done with em!DoC ByTeS said:Any plans for a suit?
Ahh...the only thing I have inside is just a liner, but if you want I will post a pic of it!iamyourcousin228 said:Yes i do to like the color. The only thing is that i wish it had battle damage. But it looks great anyways! Can we have inner pics of the inside of the helm?
Yeah that was the hardest thing to work on...went to RadioShack like 10 times looking for some LED's like how MasterChief has...Anyone know where to get those LED's the ones that looks like Bluerelm's Helmet?flying_squirl said:it looks great! as far as i can see the lines are in the correct places and the only quibble i have is the leds and even at that its a prity minor one.
Yeah, I used D4FL's 1st smooth helmetshadow8136 said:hmm..... AWESOME!!!! it looks like u use the "smooth Mark VI"
In the beginning it was really hard since the glaze tends to run as "Spase" pointed out while working on his helmet, so I started with small sections. But once you understand how the glaze sets, you can actually gain some good amount of stuff to work on and that is how I got the front of the mouthpiece done if you take a look at the pics before and after...LastSpartan said:Woah! So I might use Metal Glaze too.
Is it easier to detail with or to sand?
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