<p>hey my name is jarred can i buy this helmet from you pleeeeeeeeeeaaase</p><p>ill pay50 if you like</p>
Great Job! Thanks for the tips! I also used the LuchoFunk files here: <br>http://www.instructables.com/id/Easy-and-inexpensive-Daft-Punk-Thomas-Helmet/
Could you please give instructions on how to fold the files.
very nice, please post how did you make the helmet... :D
can you give me a link for the lunchofunk
hey any way i could get the size's on the mouth , checks , and ear pieces o also the uper and bottom visor thanks for that help meas alot and you can email me at wyattmedley@yahoo.com
hey how to add the LEDs in the visor but u can still see?
The original Thomas helmet has screens inside of the helmet with cameras placed somewhere else in the helmet
that question can be answered in the other instructable
plz tell me i understand everthong other than the cardstocks can u plz explain them to me like how to make the luchofiles and how to fold them and what size
can someone please send me the pdf/ instructions for making this? i'm planning on making this for my school's personal project, it would be great if someone can send me the steps to making this. this used to have steps but they aren't here anymore
Can you be more detailed in this step? Many of your readers, myself included, are having a hard time on this part.
I had the most frustrating night of my life trying to make sense out of this lack luster and frankly terrible instructable. Your material suggestions are awful, the replacement mirror sheets are so rigid that they tear the card stock into pieces. The hot glue, while useful at times, is way to prevalent throughout your instructions. The wire coat hangers are also to springy and do not want to take the shape of anything. I spent hours trying to figure out how the templates went together and then half a day trying to assemble the mirrors only for the entire thing to look like hell. <br><br>-better pictures<br>- show how the templates align<br>- get your materials right<br>
I wanted to know where exactly your purchased the chrome plastic helmet?
He never said it was easy. He's doing a service by posting this, and one that many people appreciate. <br>Don't blame him because you couldn't figure it out and waited until two nights before Halloween (actually probably waited to the day you were going out to celebrate) and couldn't get the costume ready. <br>I agree, some of the tutorial could be more explicit, but come on, man, show some gratitude.
i might make a jacket and gloves to go with it for halloween <br>
dude epic can you make an instructable on how to make a guy helmet to go with that one
How much this is litteraly epic dude serriously oh yeah and just wondering if i could ever purchase the n64 from you how much
This is good, clean and simple. probably the best diy for this helmet that requires less than a day I've seen.<br><br>an extra cool little mod you can do if you want, you can buy programmable led belt buckles off ebay for cheap. Attach that to the inside of the visor and you got something pretty damn awesome.
You could of used the NES's power glove for the glove

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