Thanks so much!
Thanks so much!
Major update in the first post!!!
All the stencil files were replaced with the new v2 stencils, that will fit the RWH v2 helmet templates and possibly all the known and close-to-accurate helmets. The changes are more in form than in content, which means that the files were tweaked and re-sized to fit the new templates, but some minor changes were also made: the dent stencil was slightly reduced, the rear keyhole and the dome top scratch were redone. The ZIP files were removed due to the forum restrictions on attachments, more exactly there is a 25 image/file restriction on each post.
Have fun with the new files and don't forget to give feedback, as I'm curious if the new stencils will provide less headache.
Great work Raf and thanks for all you do. You're a prince among men. I use these when I start my GMH. I'd be lost without these.
Wow. This thread isn't going away anytime soon! Printed them out yesterday and they look incredible. Very selfless thing there Rafal! Thank you! Hard to believe there can be this much data, this many Fett fans! Complete sci fi nerds all into the same thing, then I realized I am one of you. Now I just gotta converts wife!
Just priceless! I can't imagine the time it must have taken to complete this work! Thank you very much for this
Greetings, I am in the process of purchasing my first helmet, the Version three Bobamaker helmet kit, and I am curious if you would happen to know if your (Awesome) ESB paint templates will work for it? please let me know whenever you get a chance. Thanks for all that you do!
Awesome! Thank you Sir!
Why has it taken me so long to find TDH? This information, the templates, are brilliant. Amazing work.
HI. Your templates are sweet! I just picked up my first GM bucket. I will def use these for reference! Thanks.
No problem man, thank you for all the hard work you put into these, they have proven invaluable.
If you still have the masters around for these and they were drawn with the pencil tool instead of a brush, it might we worthwhile re-rendering them as .PNG files instead of .JPG. JPG creates a lot of aliasing and color inconsistency that can make sections of color mismatched from the actual key colors.
Using a colorpick tool there could make it hard to tell if a color is supposed to be Silver, Base Grey, or white . Mostly not an issue since you have to be really zoomed to notice it, but it can be a little confusing sometimes when you have a little isolated island of a whitish color and the hex values don't seem to match anything else. It'd make the files much smaller too
I know what you say, but you have the color separation pages which mostly consist in black (foreground) and white (background) colors, this way each color has a pretty strong contour.