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Step 1: Supplies
This may cost around $20-$50 depending on how much you buy.
You will need
-Paper Craft glue. Elmer's is the kind I use. Try not to use any other glue as this type will bond paper better.
-x-acto knife/paper craft scissors (DO NOT USE REGULAR/SAFETY SCISSORS)
-cutting board (if you don't want your find wood table to have cut marks)
-some useless paintbrushes
-useless credit card
-Pep files(halo pep files)
-pepakura viewer 3!
all the files you will need are up here. If you don't know what pepakura is, it is basically a program that converts a 3D object into 2D so you can cut and glue it after printing
This is the easiest way to make a halo helmet, I might add some more supplies later on
so read through carefully.
Step 2: Cutting, Gluing, and Papercrafting
*they should be .pdo files
now print them out and cut and glue accordingly to the pictures, In pepakura if you click on a piece you can see where that piece connects.
Show edge ID
then just connect to the according piece.
The dashed lines like this ------ mean to mountain fold
the dash dot lines like this dash dot dash dot ( couldn't find a dot thing)
mean to valley fold.
now cut and glue.