Took awhile to get some bad panels to line up but its done and ready to be made. Not sure if I will make it soon. Kinda sick of making papercraft after spending 2 weeks trying to build a helmet for a cosplay. But here it is, enjoy.
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On that note, quick question. are there any tips/tricks you'd suggest for assembling the tiny little areas (like at the tops of the horns)?
As for he small bits like the horns, I recommend you start with the the tip of the horns and work down. Its hard to build up into a narrow point, the times I mistakenly did it I had to use scissors or sticks to hold the tabs in place as the glue dried.
I've also been told the helmet is a little small, so you may want to rescale it if you can or do some strange printer settings to make it larger.
I actually saw the comment about sizing, and I figured out how to rescale it (I have a really big head). Hopefully I scaled it up enough. If I didn't, though, it's not like I can't scrap it and try again.
I'll be sure to link you to all the progress I make.
The proportions of it are the main error but not the only one, might remake it some day, maybe after Thor: Ragnarok comes out and Loki has a new helmet design.
I look forward to seeing it, if you end up making it.
I am not craft savvy.
Thanks for your reply
And wood glue is not only for wood -.- It's called that because it's th glue that works best on... Well, wood. I mean, cosplayers around the world use it for surfaces on armour....
Glue is so much more than glue.
If you're giving me a hard time about the answer I gave you then why ask in the first place? I said use PVA, you said you cant find it in Sweden for some reason; fine, use whatever glue you like.
I said that I can't find PVA glue because I live in Sweden.
You do realize the the word "glue" doesn't even exist in the Swedish vocabulary. It's called "Lim".
And I was asking if you knew if wood glue could work aswell. I don't know if it's too liquid or something, mght ruin the paper, what do I know?
I was simply explaining that I don't know what PVA glue is, since I've never seen a PVA glue bottle in any stores here. No need to to be so rude. Chill a little.
Nono. If I wanted you to give me step by step, I would ask more than one question -_-
I don't know if we have PVA glue here, but if we do, it's not called PVA glue becasuse that's English... Not Swedish.
You really should stop being such a bitch just because someone asks you a question... Seriously, do you have no life at all?
Grow up and start acting like a human being.
A tutorial gives a material to work with and then you have to find out what product that actually is (like components and properties - then you can start looking for something similar in your country). It can take a while but I've never seen a reaction like this to a harmless question regarding a product.
In case you are still wondering, I've build all my papercrafts with woodglue but I used a fast drying variant (here it's called Ponal express but I am sure you'll have a product with similar properties by another name in Sweden) and apply it very thinly with a fine brush - you can move the parts for a few seconds but then the glues holds the parts in place securely. Anything that's not fast drying would probably mean that you have to hold your parts in position for some time and slow your building process considerable.
Great design also!
I think all of your stuff is amazing! Kudos!
I had a pretty dumb question, though: did you print this off on letter sized paper?
Step one: "Be old enough to move out of your parents house first" ... *In progress
I'm not quite sure what the measurements are and if so how to make sure they fit me, I cant risk making one too small. So if you could more or less help me out with that that would be fabulous ;;
I'm not sure how to get exact measurements either, I tend to eye ball it, which obviously isn't completely accurate but I tend to get it close. If you get Pepakura Designer you can re-scale it to be bigger. Look up some Pepakura Designer tutorials to help you out.