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With no craft or hobby store within a 1000 miles (literally) I had to rely on industrial supply, so there were a lot of substitutes. Mainly I had to use acrylic caulking, which worked out really well for the dents in the helmet but since it's toxic until it dries you have to be careful and use gloves and a well ventillated area to work with it. A little water smooths it out nicely though and it paints up good. Overall I'm happy with it.
Okay, so I didn't have a large printer or a projector, but I had Photoshop, which let me print the templates in actual size across several 8" x 11" pieces of paper. Which I then had to cut out and piece together, then paste onto cardboard to cut out.
So, I need a projector in order to do this? *sigh* Too bad... was hoping to be able to make a cool costume for my son this year. I'm out of a job right now and thought this would be cost-effective but I guess not. Otherwise, awesome template.
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