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Loki Helmet Finished by KaiserLee Loki Helmet Finished by KaiserLee
Here it is *TA DAH*
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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annafuru Mar 6, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh, Hells yeah I'm gonna try this! ....

Step one: "Be old enough to move out of your parents house first" ... *In progress
You also need to be able to afford it too. Enjoy living with your parents, its called the easy life P:
iFroglet Dec 28, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
This might seem weird but I've never done this before so your help would mean a ton to me.

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.

iFroglet Dec 29, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Yeah, I figured that one out, I just don't know what measurements I'm scaling it to is the thing. I've been looking around on tutorials and they keep using images of armors on someone, and calculating from there, but since I haven't found anywhere to change the exact measurements I'm a bit stuck.
The way I do it is by looking at the pieces of the papercraft on the grid on the right, each square in the grid is an A4 piece of paper in size. I take that and then measure up a piece of the papercraft in that grid and see how big it would be once printed out. With the Loki helmet I think I made it alittle too small, so take for instance the middle crest piece of the forehead on the helmet and see how big it would be when printed, then scale from that.
MrsLokii Nov 1, 2013  Hobbyist Interface Designer
it be a real help if you gave me the tutorial for this thanks x
Pepakura Viewer has a tutorial built in. Hover over the tab you are on and a red line appears connecting it to the piece it needs to be glued to.
AnnikaNaumann Oct 26, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I'm almost finished with the helmet! :)
But I wondered how to attach the horns to the helmet-base and the horns seem to be turning outwards, I don't know if this has to be like this or if I've done something wrong^^'
xCorpseflowerx 5 days ago  New member
Hey I was wondering if you ever fixed the problem of the horns turning outwards. As I am having the same one :(
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