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    jedi.paramedic's FPH ESB Build-up.

    Primed in Grey, ready for paint.





    Painted in Testor's Aluminum (cloudy day)




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    Re: jedi.paramedic's FPH ESB Build-up.

    Now I'm getting excited. Thanks so much for the help.

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    Re: jedi.paramedic's FPH ESB Build-up.

    No problem! I'm going to let the helmet cure a few days with the Aluminum paint on it, that way there won't be any marks left from masking tape when it comes to painting many layers of the helmet.

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    Re: jedi.paramedic's FPH ESB Build-up.

    Back Panels masked with "Winsor & Newton Art Masking Fluid" and they were painted with Floquil "Reefer Grey" paint. The liquid mask was removed to show the Testors "Aluminum" paint below.

    The next step will be to remask over the silver areas, and then to mask the grey areas so the back panels can be painted with Floquil "Concrete."



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    Re: jedi.paramedic's FPH ESB Build-up.

    Mikey likes it.

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    Re: jedi.paramedic's FPH ESB Build-up.

    Thanks for the update via PM.

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    Re: jedi.paramedic's FPH ESB Build-up.

    Update!!

    Back Panels were remasked and were painted Concrete. The next step is to remask the back panels again and paint the correct colour green.

    Indoors with Flash



    Outdoors with Natural Light


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    Re: jedi.paramedic's FPH ESB Build-up.

    I'm not sure if I've mentioned this in a while but.....
    Thank you, thank you, thank you. It look awesome.

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    Re: jedi.paramedic's FPH ESB Build-up.

    You're very welcome Seeing you get that excited over it makes me want to get it done quicker!

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    Re: jedi.paramedic's FPH ESB Build-up.

    Looking great Andy!!!!!

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    Re: jedi.paramedic's FPH ESB Build-up.

    The back panels of the helmet are now completed. They will receive a protective matte finish and I will start on the Dome and Lower Cheeks next.



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    Re: jedi.paramedic's FPH ESB Build-up.

    That looks fantastic. Thanks again.

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    Re: jedi.paramedic's FPH ESB Build-up.

    looks great so far

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    Re: jedi.paramedic's FPH ESB Build-up.

    The dome, upper and lower cheeks are now completed! All that is left on the helmet so far are the mandibles and ears. I hope jedi.paramedic likes the work so far!!

    Andy








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    Re: jedi.paramedic's FPH ESB Build-up.

    Outstanding my friend. I can't believe how nice it looks.

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    Re: jedi.paramedic's FPH ESB Build-up.

    Here are the completed mandibles! Once I finish the ears and killstripes, the helmet is ready to get shipped out.







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    Re: jedi.paramedic's FPH ESB Build-up.

    nice work Andy!! you will have one happy customer!

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    Re: jedi.paramedic's FPH ESB Build-up.

    Really, great work, Andy!!!

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    Re: jedi.paramedic's FPH ESB Build-up.

    Amazing work . Do you take the liquid mask off after every level of paint ?

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    Re: jedi.paramedic's FPH ESB Build-up.

    vaders right hand said: View Post
    Amazing work . Do you take the liquid mask off after every level of paint ?
    Yep, it's also easier that way to see the work you've done, that way you know where to mask the next layers.

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    Re: jedi.paramedic's FPH ESB Build-up.

    Great work as always Andy.

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    Re: jedi.paramedic's FPH ESB Build-up.

    That really looks fantastic. I can't wait to put that baby on. I can't thank you enough for such a great job.

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    Re: jedi.paramedic's FPH ESB Build-up.

    do you use stencils or do you freehand it ? truly amazing work

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    Re: jedi.paramedic's FPH ESB Build-up.

    PM sent Andy. LMK when your back in town.

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    Re: jedi.paramedic's FPH ESB Build-up.

    Buddy, this looks incredible.... now I understand how the layered technique of painting is done....(well kind of)...

    You should create a youtube video for us non-painters so that we can see how it's done in real-time.... A master class of Fett painting...

    Outstanding work.....

    BTW, what colour paints are you using? Is it the rustoleum brand and if so, which ones to be exact as now we can get this brand in the UK....

    thx

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