Rogue Helmet (H3)

CollinMcCaf

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Winning out in a recent poll, by a small margin against Andy the Bomb.... Here we have the beginnings of the Rogue helmet as depicted in Halo 3. Several hours have gone into just trying to make all the geometry work. This model in particular is one of the lowest poly I've seen in H3 and as such, I'm taking my sweet time ensuring everything is as accurate as possible.

There is still some tweaking to do on the thicknesses but the curvature is matching pretty well to the in game pictures

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CollinMcCaf

Member
It's been some time since the last update, finally got the chance to do some new renders.
The model is still nowhere near complete but the general shape is nearly done.

There is still a bit of work to be done moving things around but after that, details will start to go on

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mkshane81

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I absolutely love how, from the frontal view, the detail lines on the top of the helmet carry through to the top of the visor. That was the first thing my eye was drawn to. Absolutely amazing work!!

-Matt
 

Lieutenant Jaku

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killedbykgb

New Member
Please ignore my layer lines, i'm smoothing them out. this helmet is beautiful.
One thing i learned after printing, i made the opening large enough to fit my head in the x direction, but didnt check the y direction. Keep an eye on both, or, like me, cut out the lower rear and re-attach (probably with magnets), it was either that or remove my ears :)
 

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RandomRanger

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Please ignore my layer lines, i'm smoothing them out. this helmet is beautiful.
One thing i learned after printing, i made the opening large enough to fit my head in the x direction, but didnt check the y direction. Keep an eye on both, or, like me, cut out the lower rear and re-attach (probably with magnets), it was either that or remove my ears :)
That is a beautiful helmet, great work! Looking forward to seeing it smoothed and painted :D
 

xXDashIVXx

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Please ignore my layer lines, i'm smoothing them out. this helmet is beautiful.
One thing i learned after printing, i made the opening large enough to fit my head in the x direction, but didnt check the y direction. Keep an eye on both, or, like me, cut out the lower rear and re-attach (probably with magnets), it was either that or remove my ears :)
Haha, congratulations on trending on reddit!
 
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