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Modelling: Grey Knight Plastic helms


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Found this on a site called works in progress,

Thought some will find it useful ( I know i will)

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Edited by The Angelus Sanctus, 13 July 2009 - 01:06 PM.

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I think this is already up on the forums somewhere...ill find where

Grey knight stuff

Edited by MarineWithAMullet, 28 January 2008 - 04:23 PM.

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Excellent Find!

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The work in progress forums are great for tons of conversion and scratch build ideas
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I would suggest, instead of triming the excess bit at the bottom (step 4) to keep 'em and rather shape the "cheeks" slightly curved, with a rounded file I guess, like that :
http://overhighwill....justicar_04.jpg
It makes the helmet look more "knightly" IMO, or just make variants.
If there's enough volume of plastic of course...

Also as on the 3D termi above, I would keep the little bit between the eyes, you may just have to make it a bit smaller to cut the cheeks.

If that's possible of course, maybe you'd have to add a thin part of plasticard to do it that way, I'm not sure.

Edited by Falk, 28 January 2008 - 05:43 PM.