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CG WIP teaser by Hellfrozensoul CG WIP teaser by Hellfrozensoul
A bit of a teaser for the first item on my job list for me to start. If you know what this is. I'll be offering it for sale once I have completed copies, and I'm going to make it as cheap as I can (because I hate overpriced costume/cosplay stuff)

I also hate self portraits in mirrors like this...
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LoganHer Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2012
THis is none other than Zero's Helmet from the R2 season of Code Geass. I myself am making this exact one. Had to make 2 because the first one i wasn't sure how big it would come out until i finished it. sadly, it was too small so then i had to increase it's size and remake another one. from this angle, it doesn't look like it fits you either. but let me know how you do on going about finishing this project. So far i applied bondo on the helmet and sanded it but still need to do a lot more of that just to get it looking nice and smooth. but ya, this helmet does lack lack folding lines. Although, i think that allowed for the helmet to be made faster. ARe you going to try and install a mechanismi in the back to get it to flip open? what are you going to do for the visor?
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Hellfrozensoul Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Exact same here, too small. I'm intending on making the back so that it... How do I explain... Well if it's the same one then you know that the front/side part of the helmet that has the spikes is a seperate piece from the scalp/back of the helmet. I intend to make it so that the back/scalp part folds or flips or detaches, because without doing so the hole for the head won't be big enough without ridiculously oversizing it.

As for the visor I'm not entirely sure, but mostly likely just going to find the right kind of plastic, toss it in the oven until it's flexible then try to form it in.

I haven't made much progress since this pic aside from finishing the papercraft construction and attaching it all, just not enough time right now.
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InquisitionCostumes Featured By Owner May 23, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Hard to tell what it is at that angle, but it looks pretty good
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Hellfrozensoul Featured By Owner May 23, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
It's kind of something you either recognize or you don't to be honest.

It has been kind of weird too since the PEP file lacks fold lines. But kind of fun because of that.
P.S. thanks!
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