Before anyone gets upset for this, here is my reason.
I am full aware of the search feature and it helps to some degree, until you cannot find exactly what yout looking for. For this case, I have searched and searched, and only I am able to find things bit by bit. Hopefully this thread can serve everyone already in need of information on the required materials for construction of a Jango Helmet. That being said, anyone who wants to add information is highly recommended, I.E., brand recommendations and product feedback. Here it goes so far, I am no expert at it, but based off of my personal research, heres what Ive got so far.
-Silver: Rub and Buff Silver leaf. Waxed based paint, which is cost efficiant, usually for about $3.99, similar to shoe polish.
-Ocean Blue: Krylon:ocean Blue. Currently do not have this product, but will eventually. Feed back on this paint needed.
-Royal Blue:Rust-Oleum:Royal Blue: Feed back needed.
For weathering, I dont know much about what paints are used. I dont plan on weathering mine, but I guess if I really wanted to, I'll go out back, an throw some dirt on it.
Construction materials: This really depends on what your bucket is made out of, but if theres one thing in common between them all, its that you need sand paper. Some recomend 600 grit or higher. The technique of sanding that turns out smoother, and cleaner, is wetsanding. So, since you cannot use regular sand paper effectivily with water, you will need to get a sandsponge as I beleive its called.
Next thing you will need is a primer. No brand right now is specified, but you will need a primer in a sray can, and labled "sandable primer."
Other then sand paper, you might need files, like what hair/nail soloons use. You would use these for any excess material on the small parts that are hard to reach, keyholes, and the smaller sections of the T-visor.
Adhesives are optional to using other fastening systems, such as screws/bolts, ect. It has been highly recommended to use a productcalled "Goop." Feedback on this item has been great, but right now, I have no experience with it yet.
Masking tape is another item required for painting. You might want to use the scott brand masking tape, genaric blue masking tape. Whichever other brands, choose one that leaves no residue after removing for clean look.
One thing that is a must, is self protection. Especially when dealing with fiberglass. Some standard materials list is here.
-long sleeve shirt and pants
-face mask (surgical/paintting mask NOTE: USE MASK WHEN DEALING WITH SPRAY PAINTS AS WELL!)
-Goggles for the eyes
-other proper clean up supplies as needed to deal with fiberglass shavings, or any other harmful materials.
Other the that, this is all the information I have to share with everyone else. Please comment, or correct any errors, or add onto the supplies, or brand name recommendations. Thanks.