All Boba Fett Armor Stencils and Templates

Discussion in 'Boba Fett Costume' started by asok, Dec 26, 2007.

  1. asok

    asok Well-Known Member

  2. Stormrider

    Stormrider Active Member

    Hay asok can you add skups papakura templates here also?
     
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  3. stormtrooperguy

    stormtrooperguy Sr Member

    this has sort of faded in light of the wiki. i'm pretty sure anyone can edit wiki pages now, so someone could put the pepakura templates up there.
     
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  4. Livefree77

    Livefree77 New Member

    Hi im kinda new at this and i was wondering what would be a good material to use for the armor for a beginner
     
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  5. darth onsae

    darth onsae New Member

    Im new to this prop making also, so i started out with cardboard just to get the feel of making out of sintra or foam core.
     
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  6. kbfett

    kbfett New Member

    Wow these are great! I love this site!
     
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  7. Goauld

    Goauld New Member

    WOF's templates are amazing! I'm soon to get started on my scratch build.
     
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  8. TForce

    TForce New Member

    thank you wizard of flight:cheers
     
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  9. iruss71

    iruss71 Jr Member

    Thanks for the help. making the helmet with cardboard, but I think it's a little to thick. Will make ajustments.
     
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  10. slimguy379

    slimguy379 Jr Member

    hey the gauntlets page has links but brings me no wheres... any advice?
     
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  11. jwinnington

    jwinnington Jr Member

    I made a set out of PVC pipe. Cut it to the length you need. Then cut down on one end and heat it up in the oven at 400 degrees. DON'T WALK AWAY!!!!!! In about a minute or so, the plastic will be soft enough to flatten out. Use two cookie sheets and a thick pair of gloves. Draw your temp and cut. Use a jig saw to cut and a dremmel to sand. My only thought is it feels a little thick so I used a belt sander to thin it out. I need a new camera so I do not have any good pix yet. I'll post some this weekend If I get the chance.
     
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  12. Jango 425

    Jango 425 Member

    You can also use a trash can sterline
     
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  13. CT1802

    CT1802 New Member

    used these for my armor. very good and detailed. thanks wof.
     
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  14. Anomaly

    Anomaly New Member

    nice. gonna be using these soon
     
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  15. jasterrouge

    jasterrouge New Member

    where can i get helmet temps ive looked almost every where. i just began on my card board armor last night workin on it right now. will post pics when i get done painting it. btw im only 11 and might need some help from the pros
     
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  16. lightbender

    lightbender Jr Member

    thank you so much for all the hard work on these i have already cut out and formed most of the armor. moving on to the gauntlets and knees next!
     
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  17. Syper

    Syper Member

    Any PerPro 2 Gauntlet templates out there?
     
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  18. Thereisnoend01

    Thereisnoend01 New Member

    What thickness Sintra works best for the armor?
     
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  19. NovallTalon

    NovallTalon Well-Known Member

    3mm is the most commonly used, but you can also use 6mm for more thickness and durability.
     
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  20. once you have done that you can try trash can plastic and then metal
     
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  21. jediknightrac

    jediknightrac New Member

    What about fem armor? I want to make a suit but one that looks like the following? Any blueprints or people that have molds like this? female_mandalorian_by_spectrestudios.jpg
     
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  22. injunjoe5190

    injunjoe5190 New Member

    thanks for the awesome info, really big help.
     
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  23. DagosVihTorr

    DagosVihTorr New Member

    Going to be using your template thanks for posting it WOF
     
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  24. DarthVeach

    DarthVeach Member

    This kind of goes along with my question. I assume 3mm would be good for Chest, cod, back, etc, but I do remember him saying his designs for the gauntlets are layed out for 1mm sintra (foamex)

    My question is this, might sound dumb, but I want to make sure. I printed out the test page for the chest, belly, etc and had to adjust the output on the printer I was using but I got it to where the scales were exact in real measurements. Can I assume that now I can print out that particular set of templates with the scaling and be right on?
     
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  25. Soobaru

    Soobaru New Member

    Nice resource :)
     
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