Boba Fett ESB Helmet Stencils


So having a difficult time sizing the rear panels for my FPH2 Helmet by WastedFett. What is a good program to print from I am trying Adobe. Either they are to tall (height) or to long.
 

Mando Comando

New Hunter
Going to paint this bad boy up. It's the Rubies deluxe 3 piece (Target Boba)

The template files are a little too big, however. Anyone here know by how much I need to alter the images by to make them fit (better, at least)?
 

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hvacdon

Active Hunter
You might be able to open the stencils with "Paint" and just adjust the percentage to get the sizing close. If that's not good enough, you can get Paint Shop Pro and size the stencils width and height to fit....good luck
 

wallyfett

New Hunter
I posted the ESB hero helmet stencils and the color separation in a separate thread, this way the files can be found with more ease. The colors try to replicate the ones seen in the movie (Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back).

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Update 29-11-2011
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All files (except the dome, but will follow) were replaced with new and improved ones wich are a better replica of the original ESB helmet.
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Update 15-12-2011
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The dome files were replaced with new and improved ones wich are a better replica of the original ESB helmet.
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Update 17-12-2011
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Added the Dome Top image which is an approximation of that area, but helpful for everybody.
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Update 11-02-2012
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Added two small red scratches on the top of the left mandible and the weathered Reefer Grey (same as the dome area) to the left lower cheek (thanks to Terminal Fettler and Jayvee). Also added the darker stain to the right lower cheek.
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The white stains are not in the stencils on these two areas, because these are made by hand:
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Update 14-02-2012
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Corrected a small area on the lower left ear (thanks Jayvee!). The 'Ears And Rangefinder' files were replaced, and the 'Helmet Perspective View' file too:
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Update 03-03-2012
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Major changes in all files!!!
Added the Base Gray color to the Red Face, Cheeks, Back Plates (this color actually replaces the Mint Green color) and Dome. This Base Gray is the first coat applied on the helmet and is visible because with the unmasking process they pulled (accidentally) the Bright Silver paint on some areas. Changed the base green color of the left ear. Added more red spots on the Red Face. The Ears and Rangefinder stencil was redone, especially the left ear, the right ear and the ear decals. Added the rust-like marks around the killstripes, which I think is actually just a residue of the sprayed killstripe color along the masked area.

Most of the latest updates are from the discussions between Jayvee and me and can be found in Jayvee's awesome paint up thread here ==> Jayvee's Deluxe ESB Paint UP (With An Awesome BGHunter Lid)
Jayvee's thread (among others) is a good example of how you can paint an excellent helmet with great talent and a lot of love, using others helps and tips (all the great painters who are/were at TDH) and with a little bit of help using the stencils.
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Update 25-03-2012/07-10-2013
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By request I will upload all the separation files in archived JPG files for easy edit for those who want to alter the dimensions of the stencils.

So far the ZIP files were removed due to post restrictions (25 images/files in each post).
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Update 17-05-2012
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Clonecollector had the idea to add an image with the physical damage of the ESB helmet in this thread:


The image is at the end of this post. Thanks!
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Major update 07-10-2013
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All the stencils were removed and replaced with a better version (the v2) which still uses the old scheme but was tweaked and re-sized to fit the more accurate RWH v2 templates and possibly all the close-to-screen-accurate helmets. The tweaking includes the problematic back plates and the cheeks, so most of the parts were more or less modified to fit the new templates. The dent stencil was slightly reduced in size, while the dome area was stretched to fit the wider dome circumference (the first template was a bit smaller). The dome top scratch and the rear keyhole were also perfected along with the ears.
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Red Face and Rear Keyhole
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Color Separation
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Back Plates
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Color Separation
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Cheeks
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Color Separation
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Dome
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Color Separation
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Note that the Panzer Olive (Weathered) is actually Bright Silver painted on top (at least the painter tried to mask that color) with Panzer Olive Green. Also the color variation on the dent is due to the extreme dirt-like weathering, this is why you will see Reefer Gray/Reefer Gray (Weathered) and Bright Silver/Bright Silver (Weathered). Here's an image that shows the difference:

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Dome Top Area
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Ears and Rangefinder
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Color Separation
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Placement of the physical damages on the ESB Hero helmet
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Helmet Perspective View (this image is for guidance to see where to fit those nasty scratches)
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And the old file, just to show you the differences
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Have fun with these files!

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super amazing that you made these and listened to feed back in order to make these really super accurate. i didnt realize how good these were until i started using them. You would never expect this level of quality from some free images off the interwebs. Again, thanks SO much!
 
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