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Cheeseballs

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  1. I’ve decided to mod my BS stormtrooper helmet for more wearability so my glasses will fit inside I’ve taken most interior and electronic parts so far. I’m considering making this RO accurate but seems like a lot of work
  2. Cleaned up a bit, and added gray. It’s all coming together gotta touch up some black, then add stripes
  3. Painted the black and white on the screws. Gonna need to do some cleanup, there’s little black flecks all over the helmet lol. Might need to do another coat on the vocoder. I’m planning on taking a toothpick and cleaning up some of the edges later.
  4. Finished the ears. Oh lord I hope I never have to do that again. For trimming, what I do is score, then make cuts with shears up to the score line so it makes sections of plastic, and snap those sections off. and then there’s the pain of trying to get the shape perfect to the helmet. made the marks drilled the holes and here’s it after installation so that whole ear process was not fun, 0/10 would recommend. also cut down the mic tip screws https://i.imgur.com/UwD2dHe.jpg
  5. Happy day after Halloween everyone. I replaced the window tint on the helmet cause I had ripped off the previous tint before the silicone spray. And I added a nylon strap under the shoulders to keep them in position better. Before the shoulders liked to fall towards the back. here’s me and my sis on Halloween. Used a rebel pilot helmet as a candy bucket haha. And just stuffed an unmodified hasbro blaster in the holster.
  6. Mic tips painted, mesh added and installed. sanded the edge of the white screws installed on the bottom
  7. Did a little fine tuning trimming, then attached the cap and face. started by marking the screw hole. drilled it out, then marked through it to the second hole. then drilled it out and put the screw through both, and secured it with a nut on the inside. did the same with the other side. Took a lot of finagling to get it to sit right. I did fitment with the brow on, a tip from pandatrooper’s tutorial. Here’s it together. I’ve only done two of the screws. Still gotta do the ones on the bottom. without brow
  8. Cut out sides First started by making a hole with a knife so three questions: how do the face and back join? Rivets? Or screws?And where are they placed? what screws are used for the ears, and how are they placed? and how is the brow attached? Does it sit on top of the cap? Or does it slip on the edge of it? Is it slips on the edge of it, how do some helmets like the “move along” trooper’s have higher brows?
  9. Other teeth done also decided to go ahead and do the bottom anyways. Used score and snap method. I think I’m getting pretty good at it.
  10. To cut out the teeth, I started by making holes by spinning an exacto knife. then cut, filed, and sanded till it looked about right.so far I’ve only done 4 teeth.
  11. Cleaned up the other eye. My knife accidentally slipped and I made a tiny mark on the bottom corner, but luckily it isn’t very noticeable. The originals probably had worse mistakes anyways haha.
  12. Cleaned up the eye, and rough cut the other.
  13. To cut out the eye, I made little holes in the corners by spinning an exacto knife. then started cutting with it and a coping saw. needs a lot of cleanup. I did try the score and snap method but I suck at it, and I’m not to good with a dremel, so I think this is the best option for me. trimmed the top of the face and the back I’m too scared to try the bottom of the chin and the sides till I get some feedback lol.
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