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    Jan 19, 2011, 7:05 PM - Hasbro Boba Fett helmet Visor mod / new at the forum #1

    Hello, this is my first thread. I have watched some of the incredible, creative work on this forum. Since I’m a big fan of Star Wars, especially Boba Fett and mandalorians (from neo-crusaders to beskar styled), I though I register at tdh. After watching some awesome mando armours on this site and other like mandalorian mercs, I've got inspired to make my own armor and I’m planning on doing so in the future. My first attempt will be most likely budget trashcan armour (since I’m 17 and I do not work).

    I have little experience and my only work is repainting a bad rubies I found dusted down in a comic book store and a visor conversion on a hasbro Boba Fett helmet. The plan in the future is to maybe order a bobamaker helmet, since I have zero experience with molding, resin, bondo etc. Anyway, though a good start at this page would be showing of my visor mod of the Hasbro bucket. Repaint in the future. As said before, I have none experience with molding, fiber glassing, bondoing etc, so this is a really simple conversion, but I think it looks good. Will also do repaint and weather the visor further. Click image for larger version. 

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  2. Jan 19, 2011, 7:30 PM - Re: Hasbro Boba Fett helmet Visor mod / new at the forum #2

    looks great! nice work on the pantjob! did you design your own template?

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    Jan 19, 2011, 7:46 PM - Re: Hasbro Boba Fett helmet Visor mod / new at the forum #3

    Quote baronvonblondle said: View Post
    looks great! nice work on the pantjob! did you design your own template?

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    I found the template when searching the net. I think another member of tdh made it
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    Jan 19, 2011, 7:55 PM - Re: Hasbro Boba Fett helmet Visor mod / new at the forum #4

    Good on you , keep at it and over time youl get your experiance up and b able to take on biger and better prodjects ,
    but a trash can armour a good starting point,
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    Jan 20, 2011, 4:06 AM - Re: Hasbro Boba Fett helmet Visor mod / new at the forum #5

    That is really quite cool, nice work. What did you make that out of? Dis you just stick the new piece over the top of the other one?
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    Jan 20, 2011, 4:41 AM - Re: Hasbro Boba Fett helmet Visor mod / new at the forum #6

    Quote ronnyjodes said: View Post
    That is really quite cool, nice work. What did you make that out of? Dis you just stick the new piece over the top of the other one?
    Its a really simple conversion. Used a bucket with almost the same size of the helmet. I used a template, added the wavy brow and then I cut the shape out. Sanded, primed, painted and glued.
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    Jan 20, 2011, 4:45 AM - Re: Hasbro Boba Fett helmet Visor mod / new at the forum #7

    that is straight forward! I've been putting off buying a Hasbro for the boy, I think I may have to take the plunge now
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    Jan 20, 2011, 5:15 AM - Re: Hasbro Boba Fett helmet Visor mod / new at the forum #8

    I like the green that Hasbro used for that bucket.
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    Jan 22, 2011, 4:55 PM - Re: Hasbro Boba Fett helmet Visor mod / new at the forum #9

    Started my trash can armor (just the armor plates for the chest armor), I will use a different helmet or repaint the converted hasbro. The colors are not a part of the final product
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    Jan 24, 2011, 6:12 PM - Re: Hasbro Boba Fett helmet Visor mod / new at the forum #10

    hey cool armor im new to this forum. i have been makin a boba fett based mando suit. its almost done. thanks to wof templates or it wouldnt have been possible
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    Jan 24, 2011, 6:35 PM - Re: Hasbro Boba Fett helmet Visor mod / new at the forum #11

    Very clever...
    Ditto what ronnyjodes said.....my sons' been wanting that helmet bad!
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    Mar 1, 2011, 3:49 PM - Re: Hasbro Boba Fett helmet Visor mod / new at the forum #12

    Wow really loving all these Hasbro mods. Great work!

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