I'm guessing that you are somewhat young. Despite this assumption. It is a large undertaking to build something from nothing.
But if I could make a suggestion print out the helmet templates from W.O.F. and use these to make your next one. You'll be suprised at the result you'll end up with.
Last edited by SinisterFett; Jun 14, 2009 at 10:33 PM.
age has got nothing to do with it, im 19:P
try this method, Antman is a genious and explains really well.
I guess i should've said age and experience, but I'm an old git (39) so the brain packs up from time to time. However. Creon is correct. Antman's cardboard build should really set you off in the right direction. I was a bit puzzled by the assembly of some of the template parts so I understand your problem.
And this scratchbuilding thing has a steep learning curve to begin with, and then there's always new ways to do things. 18 years of doing this kinda hobby and I'm still picking up tips. You will nail this, so stick at it and have fun doing it.