Boba Fett Pre-Pro Eyes Paint Stencils

Rich D

Active Hunter
I originally posted this template in the ESB paint stencil thread. Rather than updating it there, I moved it to this thread.

Attached is a picture from another thread, showing the "rabbit ears" version of the helmet. Can someone post the picture of the helmet with the more visible eyes? I'm assuming that both paint schemes were on the same helmet?

Enjoy!

EDIT: Updated the Pre-Pro Fett eye template, added a Fenn Shysa version, and added thumbnails.

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Jango and Zam

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I think you might have something there. That's weird 8) I have the star wars chronicles book and they have a few photos of that helmet . It looks kinda like eyes but then they took them off. I don't know :confused
 
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Art Andrews

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Rich... I love you man! Couldn't be better timed!!! The helmet in question is indeed the PP1. We call that the PP1-Eyes, helmet as opposed to the revised and much more common PP1-Ears helmet which is featured prominently in Chronicles. The images you posted above belongs to me. I was very lucky to buy it off eBay and to date it is the ONLY image we have ever seen of this variant of the PP1 helmet. it is funny you should ask about it since I just primered this tonight... going to def go with the Eyes variation.

Oh, and yes, they just took the eyes off, tried to cover their tracks and applied the ears higher up to the same helmet. you can still very clearly see the eyes outline in the images in Chronicles... and on the Ref Guise (sorry, had to throw in a plug).

pp1.jpg
 
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Art Andrews

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Lets start a new board.

Presenting...

The Slashed Helmet


:lol:


:lol:lol::lol:

The coolest thing to me is that THIS is really the first time we see Boba Fett AS Boba Fett and not as a Super Trooper. It is a pretty big evolutionary leap in the design and look of the costume, and I love how the eyes make the mandibles look like a hawks beak. Very much a "bird of prey" look.
 
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drokkul

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I really see where they were going with the Clint Eastwood inspiration from this pic.

I wonder in Boba has the door to a potbelly stove under that cape.:lol:
 
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superjedi

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Brak's,
What bucket are you using for your pre-pro build?
Also, very interested in the colors you plan to use. I'd love to attempt my own version of this helmet someday! :)
 
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Art Andrews

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Brak's,
What bucket are you using for your pre-pro build?
Also, very interested in the colors you plan to use. I'd love to attempt my own version of this helmet someday! :)

The helmet I am using is one that hasn't been made publicly available (no, it isn't one of Rogue Studios :()

I am not doing the paint. I am lucky to have gotten the primer on the helmet. The very talented Micke, who painted a killer PP2 helmet, will be painting this one for me. I am sure he would be willing to share the colors he used once he is done.
 
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AFettFullofDollars

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I really see where they were going with the Clint Eastwood inspiration from this pic.

I wonder in Boba has the door to a potbelly stove under that cape.:lol:

I thought it was MARTY MCFLY that used the potbelly stove door after seeing Clint use the piece metal for the 'bullet proof vest'. :lol:
 
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superjedi

Sr Hunter
The helmet I am using is one that hasn't been made publicly available (no, it isn't one of Rogue Studios :()

I am not doing the paint. I am lucky to have gotten the primer on the helmet. The very talented Micke, who painted a killer PP2 helmet, will be painting this one for me. I am sure he would be willing to share the colors he used once he is done.

Oh, Micke does great work!! :eek: He actually did the paint job on my ROTJ EE-3 years ago. . . it's awesome!
The helmet should turn out excellent!
 
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