Smartan Helmet (multi Influences)

Introduction: Smartan Helmet (multi Influences)

Hi!
I just finished my...300-skyrim-elder scrolls helmet...
yeah it's inspired by these games, movies...but there is a lot of personal approach...
At the bigining I was making a head Skull...than I found that it may serve as a base for a medieval kind of a helm.

So here it is. Tell me what you think of?
:)

steps:
- pepakura skull paper
- resin>bando>sand paper
- dremel for details
- mdf for the top
- foam+air drying fimo for the horns
- paint work

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    5 Discussions

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    DarkLordCthulu
    DarkLordCthulu

    6 years ago

    Looks sweet! I can see the influences of the Ordinator helms from Morrowindand Iron helmets from Skyrim!

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    maximus23
    maximus23

    6 years ago on Introduction

    the helm is awesome. i am making one myself and was just wondering when and how u made the details in the helm? the helm looks old and pitted and i was just wondering how you achieved that texture.? thanks. again very good work

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    nemo13
    nemo13

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Hi, thanks for your comment,

    well, the details were made with a Dremel, the bronze/metal hammered look was the harder to make, because it takes time to process on the whole helmet (with the pink tool for Dremel), the damaged look (sword scars) was also made with the Dremel (Round cutting tool).

    when all this is done, you can primer then paint the whole, I use basic spay cans (but you must have a little experience with these...).

    The weathering effect is made with black acrylic paint, the technic is quite simple:

    using a towel, you put the black paint all over the helmet (specially where there is holes or scars), than with a wet towel you rub the whole thing, the result is a "dirty" look.

    Hope this will help

    http://www.dremel-direct.com/acatalog/s-grinding.g...

    http://www.dremel-direct.com/acatalog/1-cutting.gi...

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    nemo13
    nemo13

    6 years ago

    you'r welcome. :)