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  1. FettOfficer's Avatar
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    Jan 1, 2006, 6:12 PM - Re: Let's see your MS bucket interiors!!! #26

    Quote Mandalorian Creator said:
    I used crazy glue like marrow sun and very small screws. I was able to find screws just for this purpose at hobby lobby.
    I'm still undecided what type of glue I should use. My Foam is paint finish
    but when I install the foam into my MS helmet it looks a bit tight. I guess
    that's the way it should be since I didn't apply the glue yet. It seems like
    I might have to use a stronger type of glue to keep the foam down.

    Are most of you using Krazy Glue?....& does it really work? Any suggestions
    will be really appreciated.

    Not to change the subject or anything but I'm also changing my faceshield
    to Green instead of smoked. What type of glue did most of you used to install or replace the faceshield.
    Thanks!
  2. Grand Moff Fett
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    Jan 1, 2006, 6:14 PM - Re: Let's see your MS bucket interiors!!! #27

    yeah, crazy glue worked for me really well. I used screws so I could take it out If I wanted to.
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    Jan 1, 2006, 6:24 PM - Re: Let's see your MS bucket interiors!!! #28

    Quote Mandalorian Creator said:
    yeah, crazy glue worked for me really well. I used screws so I could take it out If I wanted to.
    I forgot to ask you MC,
    Screws? I'm just trying to picture it. I don't want to ruin my MS
    Helmet....by drilling holes?
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    Jan 1, 2006, 7:56 PM - Re: Let's see your MS bucket interiors!!! #29

    Quote Mandalorian Creator said:
    yeah, crazy glue worked for me really well. I used screws so I could take it out If I wanted to.
    Unless you bought a set under another name on the board I don't recall selling you a set of these foam pieces?! Maybe New years was too hard on my brain
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    Jan 3, 2006, 1:56 AM - Re: Let's see your MS bucket interiors!!! #30

    there are those with an amazing interior

    there are those with basic interiors

    there are those that have stunning exteriors so the interior is often disregarded.

    and then there are those, with no helmet.


    this is extremely cool, i commend you


    -=QuinN!
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    Jan 10, 2006, 5:31 PM - Re: Let's see your MS bucket interiors!!! #31

    I'm about to start my interior installation and was wondering if there is any cleaning of the foam that is necessary for paint to stick?

    I'm going to be using the same Polly scale/Floquil paints I painted the bucket with which are all acrylic.

    Thanks guys,
    Steve
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    Jan 10, 2006, 6:30 PM - Re: Let's see your MS bucket interiors!!! #32

    Well the parts are pretty clean out of the mold, but with anything that is to be painted I quick wipe to remove the dust isn't a bad idea.
    Remember guys, you must use acrylic paints, enamel paint will crack too easy with any flexing.
    Also you should be able to use KRYLON spray paint. I'm not going to guarantee that, try it on a small spot first, but the pieces being sent out have been prepainted with krylon.
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    Jan 14, 2006, 10:33 AM - Re: Let's see your MS bucket interiors!!! #33

    here is my bucket
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    Jan 14, 2006, 11:51 AM - Re: Let's see your MS bucket interiors!!! #34

    That looks great!
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    Jan 14, 2006, 1:05 PM - Re: Let's see your MS bucket interiors!!! #35

    thats sweet!
  11. cookiemongoloid is offline cookiemongoloid
    Jan 14, 2006, 5:41 PM - Re: Let's see your MS bucket interiors!!! #36

    Is that top part comfortable on you skull?
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    Jan 14, 2006, 6:01 PM - Re: Let's see your MS bucket interiors!!! #37

    Quote cookiemongoloid said:
    Is that top part comfortable on you skull?
    yes..its foam
  13. cookiemongoloid is offline cookiemongoloid
    Jan 14, 2006, 6:45 PM - Re: Let's see your MS bucket interiors!!! #38

    Quote DarthMiller said:
    yes..its foam
    Does stay still on your head? I mean I am considering ordering that part with teh kit, but if its uncomfortable and makes the helmet move around on your head, I don't want it. Lol.
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    Jan 14, 2006, 9:46 PM - Re: Let's see your MS bucket interiors!!! #39

    Its comfortable but it does slide around. My suggestion is to get it with this part and try it out.If you dont like it you can remove it.


    Quote cookiemongoloid said:
    Does stay still on your head? I mean I am considering ordering that part with teh kit, but if its uncomfortable and makes the helmet move around on your head, I don't want it. Lol.
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    Jan 15, 2006, 10:36 AM - Re: Let's see your MS bucket interiors!!! #40

    DarthMiller that looks cool but maybe a bit too clean? Here we go again with the dirty it up comments right?
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    Jan 15, 2006, 10:47 AM - Re: Let's see your MS bucket interiors!!! #41

    thats what I was thinking..I will dirty it up and add the gold trim to various parts.



    Quote webchief said:
    DarthMiller that looks cool but maybe a bit too clean? Here we go again with the dirty it up comments right?
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    Jan 15, 2006, 7:42 PM - Re: Let's see your MS bucket interiors!!! #42

    Fantastic installation DM

    I'm working on mine now....I've got some real cool custom ideas that I'm incorporating into the overall final design. I'm combining my own ideas with MS's kit.....I can't wait to get it done and show off my work here....it's taking a while though.....lots of work

    Steve
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    Jan 15, 2006, 8:54 PM - Re: Let's see your MS bucket interiors!!! #43

    which way is it wobbly? Marrow, maybe something fabricated for the forehead too you could devise

    Just a thought...
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    Jan 15, 2006, 9:01 PM - Re: Let's see your MS bucket interiors!!! #44

    Quote Zeever Fett said:
    which way is it wobbly? Marrow, maybe something fabricated for the forehead too you could devise

    Just a thought...
    I'm proably not going to go that route. I figure guys will be using hardhat liners still or they can custom fit there own foam piece or sponge for their forehead. If I made something it might not fit everyones heads the same.
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    Jan 16, 2006, 1:24 PM - Re: Let's see your MS bucket interiors!!! #45

    I want one of these sets for my display BM it really adds a nice touch to the prop, whens the next run?

    heres my lid but you have to give BM the credit for it as he did the whole job next i am waiting for the updated RF unit to come

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    Jan 20, 2006, 5:46 PM - Re: Let's see your MS bucket interiors!!! #46

    Some progress pics of mine....still have a long way to go


    Steve
    Last edited by DL44 Blaster; Jul 31, 2006 at 8:57 PM.
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    Jan 20, 2006, 10:06 PM - Re: Let's see your MS bucket interiors!!! #47

    That's cool DL44! Looks good.
    Does anyone have pictures of the inside of Boba's helmet? I don't have any, or know how to paint the interiors to look correct. Thanks.

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    Jan 20, 2006, 10:12 PM - Re: Let's see your MS bucket interiors!!! #48

    the actual screen used Boba fett helmet doesnt have an interiour. the interiour came from the Riddle mini helmet & Marrow Sun was kind enough to make a life sized replica of that interiour. i dont know of any interiour riddle helmet pictures on the board right now
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    Jan 20, 2006, 10:24 PM - Re: Let's see your MS bucket interiors!!! #49

    Thanks, BFS1. I have the MS interiors, but I've never seen the Riddell interiors. Also I thought possibly one of the Star Wars books out there might have had a cross section or something like I've seen for the Stormtrooper helmet. If anyone has pics of the mini helmet interior or something from a Star Wars book that would be cool.
  25. cookiemongoloid is offline cookiemongoloid
    Jan 20, 2006, 10:29 PM - Re: Let's see your MS bucket interiors!!! #50

    The mini helmet interiors are essentially the same thing.

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