ESB helmet interior and out

RafalFett

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It's always easier to see others omissions or mistakes than yours. There's a saying in our parts: four eyes see more than two.
 

BGHunter

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very true,,

Ive never been completly happy with the main red colour, its actually quite maroon , so Im half way trough repainting *** now
 

deadland

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James that turned out fantastic I love all the addition detail that you have added to it, and that interior just leaves me speechless. Out of curiosity what color are you using to repaint the red sections with. My thought has always been that it is a deep red and that the color caboose was close but I can definitely see what you are saying about the maroon side of it.
 

BGHunter

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Im just dusting some Caboose really lightly over it , It was a hard choice to make as it looks so good, but ,It was always something that stuck out on this helmet,
 

BGHunter

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P8260308.JPG P8260307.JPG P8260306.JPG Decided against Caboose and just dusted it with , straight red tamiya

how ever in these picsd it lookks alot brighter than it does in the flesh,
here is a really bad pic but this is how it looks







P8260309.JPG
 
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BGHunter

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What an excellent helmet! Awesome paint job deadland! James, your works always looks professional, and this is the top of all. Just don't forget to add the blue marker lines around the bottom of the helmet and the white/silver spot on the right lower cheek.


P8260324.JPG P8260325.JPG Blue marker added
 

BGHunter

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I set bolts in to the ears and ran them through to the inner of the helmet poked a hole in the ends of the straps and put a few washers on either side(to match the real one) then did the nut up , ,pretty simple
 

Major

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Thanks..... there's a couple of extra pics that answer the snap and additional d-ring questions I had.....
 
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