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The aim of this tutorial is to instruct one in making a Power Ranger helmet suitable for costume use or display using only inexpensive, safe materials and easy ...
The first step is to create the basic shape of the helmet. To do this first we cut strips of cardboard about an 1.5" tall and 14" in ...
Map out where the visor should be and cut it out with an exacto knife Next, cover the whole cardboard structure with paper mache. I used a simple ...
After the last layer has dried it's time to cover the mask with paper mache pulp. This will allow us to refine the forms and add detail. ...
It's easier to pick out imperfections if you prime after you sand. Apply more drywall compound and repeat the process if necessary. Once you've achieved a nice, smooth ...
To add the raised details I first drew them on paper and sized everything against the helmet itself. Then I cut it out and traced the patterns onto ...
There are two different kind of visors used in the helmets in the show. The first is a dark tinted clear plastic. The second was used on the ...
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