Actually I do have a Xbox360 with Halo 3 but I need a template so I can cut out an outline like with smile's assault rifle.cys920622 said:find a friend that has xbox 360 and halo 3?
if not, get it yourself. its worth it
Americans go to BDU and search Subdue Urban Camo.helios said:what are you using for the ODST camo?
If you're still worried about the lack of flaps, cut some of your scrap cardstock to about 3/4" or 1" wide, score it the same way you would if it were a flap, and just glue / superglue it on the inside where the flap belongs. It holds up pretty well, and I've had to do it a few times now.Shadow_Killer801 said:+ Some of my pieces don't have flaps and I've connected this with tape. Will this put the helmet out of shape? It's because it had messed up while I downloaded it or something. I know how to fix it but I don't really want to restart but I will if I have to.
I take no credit.ShadowSniper said:Should have just uploaded it in the first place, didn't think there'd be that much interest in the files.
Here's the link http://rapidshare.com/files/45690700/ODST_Files.rar.html
The original model that I took from the game.(textures aren't working for some reason)
The file I used for Pepakura for the helmet without any of my adjustments.
The file I used for Pepakura for the Chest Armor without any of my adjustments.
The file I used for Pepakura for the Leg Armor without any of my adjustments.
looking good. im not doing that version of armor but i hope mine turns out great like yourssmilie120 said:To get the flaps you have to select yes on join adjacent edges (or somthing), this happend to me on my 1st helm but it turned out badly because of the tape.
BTW heres what your up against
il be monitoring your progress and i'l give you some advice as you go along .