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  1. Eskilax's Avatar
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    Jan 8, 2006, 10:18 AM - My Jango Bucket (step by step) #1

    After more than one month of work and documentation, tests , ....
    I'm going to show you the Work in progress of my Jango Helmet.

    1. Purchase the bucket (thank you JD)


    2. Cutting with dremel, and sandpaper the edges


    3. Sandpaper all the bucket with 600. Glue the hear peaces and Fill the gap with bondo.


    4. Primer with grey, Sandpaper all the bucket again with 600 waterproof and 800


    5. Mask with tape, and spray paint with the light blue


    6. Then the dark blue


    7. Rub and Buff and buf and buf and buf ....


    8. A little color comparaison (there is no krylon in Belgium)


    There is also a lot of thing to do :
    - second layer of rub and buff
    - put the metal grid
    - the two black stripes
    - The T-visor
    - the rangefinder
    - Weathering

    But I'm really proud of my first bucket so I want to share it with you. Thank you for all you advices, thank you for your support, and to accept me with my bad english and my ennoying PM .

    9. me !


    Pierre .
    Last edited by Eskilax; Jan 8, 2006 at 12:04 PM.
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    Jan 8, 2006, 10:29 AM - Re: My Jango Bucket (step by step) #2

    Outstanding job on your first bucket! Wasn't that fun?
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    Jan 8, 2006, 10:36 AM - Re: My Jango Bucket (step by step) #3

    Quote hansoloway said:
    Outstanding job on your first bucket! Wasn't that fun?
    That was so cool and fun, but I think this is not good for my heart (cutting and painting give me a lot of stress ).
    But the key is to take the time
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    Jan 8, 2006, 11:14 AM - Re: My Jango Bucket (step by step) #4

    Wait, you're not done! Don't forget the black stripes!
    Great job!
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    Jan 8, 2006, 11:17 AM - Re: My Jango Bucket (step by step) #5

    Very nice.. The colors look just right too.
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    Jan 8, 2006, 11:24 AM - Re: My Jango Bucket (step by step) #6

    wow! nice and clean cut paint job you did there!

    good colours aswell imo!!

    well done!
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    Jan 8, 2006, 12:41 PM - Re: My Jango Bucket (step by step) #7

    It looks great, nice work there!!!!
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    Jan 8, 2006, 1:25 PM - Re: My Jango Bucket (step by step) #8

    That looks great!
    I love these step-by-step posts, they make me a little less frightened about doing mine.
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    Jan 8, 2006, 9:21 PM - Re: My Jango Bucket (step by step) #9

    How did you RNB the bucket? Did you mask it off and then apply the rub n buff? Also how did you get to those hard-to-reach places? That really rocks bro, and for a 1st bucket, you ought to be mighty proud! Congrats!
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    Jan 9, 2006, 2:14 AM - Re: My Jango Bucket (step by step) #10

    Quote askywalker98 said:
    How did you RNB the bucket? Did you mask it off and then apply the rub n buff?...
    Yes

    Pierre.
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    Jan 9, 2006, 12:06 PM - Re: My Jango Bucket (step by step) #11

    very nice!
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    Jan 9, 2006, 1:06 PM - Re: My Jango Bucket (step by step) #12

    Thanks guys
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    Jan 9, 2006, 1:52 PM - Re: My Jango Bucket (step by step) #13

    Sweet helmet!
  14. Jan 9, 2006, 5:19 PM - Re: My Jango Bucket (step by step) #14

    Fantastic stuff buddy! :thumbup

    Only suggestion from me would be them triangles could do with a little excentuating so they stand out a bit more...

    Great work and keep it coming!

    I loved the Jango build process!
    My JD turned out sweet and i'm proud as punch of mine.

    Check out the impact a full cut-out of the triangles did for my JD bucket below...





    Now my attention is turning to the painstaking Boba-fest and i'm just building funds and courage!

    Mason.
    Last edited by Master-Jedi-Allma; Jan 9, 2006 at 5:28 PM.
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    Jan 9, 2006, 7:07 PM - Re: My Jango Bucket (step by step) #15

    Great job on that bucket man! Good work!!

    If you dont mind me asking, what did you do to get the black stripes done?
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    Jan 9, 2006, 11:25 PM - Re: My Jango Bucket (step by step) #16

    That looks great!
  17. Jan 10, 2006, 5:56 PM - Re: My Jango Bucket (step by step) #17

    Oh...
    The black striping is just the same old black pinstriping used on cars.
    Its the same as what most use here, but i chose to go for the double pin striping set and used the thinner of the two.
    It comes with a thick stripe and a thin stripe and i used the thin one which i think looks better than the slightly thicker single stripe you mostly see used around here.

    Sorry ESKILAX, not trying to hijack your thread buddy and only wanted to show you the triangles on your bucket would look better with a little more attention...

    Mason.
    Last edited by Master-Jedi-Allma; Jan 10, 2006 at 6:01 PM.
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    Jan 10, 2006, 8:04 PM - Re: My Jango Bucket (step by step) #18

    Eskilax

    Even the "Sniffer" admires your bucket. Good job considering you just used rub-n-buff!
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    Jan 10, 2006, 8:24 PM - Re: My Jango Bucket (step by step) #19

    Quote The Sniffer said:
    ...just used rub-n-buff!
    just? JUST?! Rub n Buff is the MASTER!!! Just kidding sniff-master. What costume are you planning on doing anyways? Or are you just here for the exotic smells?

    What did you guys do to get in the hard-2-reach parts of the bucket? Like on the back, etc. ?
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    Jan 11, 2006, 2:32 AM - Re: My Jango Bucket (step by step) #20

    Quote Master-Jedi-Allma said:
    ...wanted to show you the triangles on your bucket would look better with a little more attention...
    It's a good idea
    Yesterday I've fixed the T-visor, and purchase the black stripes.

    Today I will excentuating the triangles and buff again my rub and buff

    Soon (this weekend):
    -Put the black stripes
    - Interior
    - finish the painting of the rangefinder.
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    Jan 12, 2006, 2:44 AM - Re: My Jango Bucket (step by step) #21

    Nice bucket
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    Jan 17, 2006, 8:42 PM - Re: My Jango Bucket (step by step) #22

    what colors did you use to paint your helmet.
  23. Jan 18, 2006, 4:40 AM - Re: My Jango Bucket (step by step) #23

    Any updates on the buckets progress buddy?

    Mason.
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    Jan 23, 2006, 9:44 AM - Re: My Jango Bucket (step by step) #24

    I have accentued the triangles, put the black stripes.
    More photo, when everything will be finished

    The color ?

    The light blue : Alien - Hope Blue (ref : R-V68)
    The Dark blue : SparVar - Bleu violet (ref : 5000)
    Last edited by Eskilax; Jan 28, 2006 at 8:35 AM.
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    Jan 25, 2006, 5:59 AM - Re: My Jango Bucket (step by step) #25

    Here we go !!

    Update :
    - Accentued the triangles
    - Put the black stripes
    - finish the "rangefinder" (not on the photo, i'm waiting for the interor before glue it)
    - Weathering







    Next step :
    - Interior
    - Glue the rangefinder.
    - Glue the grid at the back of the helmet

    Last step (not sure) :
    - Gasket ?
    - Cooler (ventilator ?)

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