So they are including and original Casio MQ-1 with each cast?
I would imagine that on the raw version you would need to install them and the painted version would come with them installed.Has anyone confirmed if the resin cast of the Casio MQ1 chip will be installed on either the raw or painted versions? Or will the buyer need to install all accessories noted on the website description?
Unconfirmed as yet.Has anyone confirmed if the resin cast of the Casio MQ1 chip will be installed on either the raw or painted versions? Or will the buyer need to install all accessories noted on the website description?
I might be misunderstanding this post, so please forgive me if I am but perhaps others are as well.We have been working with elstree I can't go into it too much but an updated set of drawings to go with this helmet they have
I do aggree about the captured damage and paint details etc. when you inspect the helmet closely. But black obscures the overall shape of an object (which is, why it is used for military purposes quite often). In a day-to-day living room situation, a black helmet will only look like a shapeless blob most of the time. And this is probably, where most unpainted casts will end up - as diyplay pieces.I've seen both, black and grey, and black reveals way better the details.
Hi, may have missed this if it's been posted before, but who gave you permission to recast the helmet? Sounds like you mean Gino, but does he have authority to give others permission to allow an LFL helmet (presumably entrusted to him by LFL to mould for EFX) to be recasted by others?Yes this from Gino himself this is one of the very few 1st gen casts that are out there and with permission to reproduce a 2nd gen cast