Just an Absolute 300 Fashion Look, I made my 300 Helmet under $25.
Step 1: The Photo Shoot of the 300 Helmet
Different view pictures. > also follow me on Instagram @luisprojects
Step 2: Trash Can
A office trash can from Target store $5
Step 3: The Blue Tape and Cut
I used the painters blue Tape (optional) any other tape should be good to right on, I marked were I'm going to cut freehand. and to cut I used a dremel machine.
Step 4: Adding Cuts
to add cuts also used a Dremel machine
Step 5: ADDING THE CREASE IN THE MIDDLE OF THE HELMET
Need a Heat gun to warm the middle of the helmet the bend to get the crease.
Step 6: Adding Head Support
This I got in a yard sale a Knight Helmet Just added to my Front side 300 look and I used Hot Glue to put them together.
Step 7: Adding Hair
I freehand out the eva foam cut and I used adhesive spray for the fabric fur
Step 8: Adding Support for the Hair
I also used eva foam to support the hairs made it to fit the outer of the helmet also used hot glue.
Step 9: Adding Texture
a sponge and Bathroom adhesive silicone to get its texture
Step 10: Last Thing the Color
Started with the Brown spray paint, Spray Paint the hole helmet and the use a sponge for the gold color and tap tap all around the helmet and that should be it.
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