Introduction: How to Make a Halo Spartan Helmet
*WARNING* this is not fit for construction and is not meant to take a lot of damage. and i am not liable for any injuries that occur.
I apologize for skipping the first step, but basically all it is is making it out of cardboard. So, here it is...
Step 1: Fiberglassing
Just fiberglass it, I can't explain it that well, so look up other i'bles about fiberglassing
Step 2: Bondoing
First bondo. It's not going to be perfect so don't freak out about it. Sand down to how you want it to look; the first layer is mainly hole filling, then do another this one dosn't have to be perfectly smooth just get the high/rough spots out, then do another one or another couple layers depending on how solid you want it to be these ones have to be alot smoother than the last coat(s).
Step 3: Painting
I did three layers of paining, this one is on my first two layers. I did a layer of silver, then a layer of black, and I wiped away the wet black paint with paper towels so it looked like scratch marks. And sorry for the quality, I took a picture of a picture I had taken with my phone.
Step 4: Painting 2
My third layer I had done the details & splattered blue paint (the blood of my fallen covenant enamys)
Step 5: Details
This is a big part (believe it or not) to almost anything you do. (The details will be shown in the next steps)
Step 6: Plasma Burn
When I was on the field I was solo fighting a hunter, he shot a plasma round right at my head! I got out JUST in time...
This is my favorite detail on the whole helmet
Step 7: Blood
After hundreds of years fighting covenant you just stop cleaning the blood off
Step 8: Crosshairs on Forehead
Go ahead and TRY
Step 10: 'X'
Step 11: Gold Stripe
Natural born leader
Step 12: Spartan Number
The legendary spartan 102
Step 13: Teece
Teeth that are part of my symbol
Step 14: Thank You ^~^
Thank you for checking out my instructable! And thank you everyone who is following me
Step 15: Edit
I know you all already saw this but I'm entering it in a contest
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