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MY STUNT AND HERO TROOPER HELMETS

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I just registered and thought what better first new topic than to show off my trooper helmets. There just isn't anything more film accurate out there besides original helmets themselves. sigh.

ANH STUNT TROOPER HELMET

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Here are the features that the originals had that I've incorporated into my STUNT version:

I tried to match as closely as possible TE 2nd original helmet (Dave M helmet).

- Painted finish.

- Correct thickness. (It's very thin.)

- Faceplate taken from TE 1st original helmet (Brian R helmet).

- Cap/back taken from TE 1st original helmet, bumps/texture included.

- Earcaps taken from TE 2nd original helmet (the one that was identified on screen!) . Correct shape and size.

- Accurate brow trim.

- Accurate neck trim.

- Cast from original hovi-mix mic tips accurately assembeled and detailed.

- ALL hand painted details. NO DECALS anywhere.

- Green lens material attached at the earcap screws.

- Correctly shaped yellow foam head insert.

- Accurate chin straps.

ANH HERO TROOPER HELMET

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Here are the features that the originals had that I've incorporated into my HERO version:

I tried to match as closely as possible the promo hero trooper. The one used for the cardboard standee and found in the Chronicles. This trooper was also extensively used in the film.

- Accurate color and gloss level plastic. Unpainted.

- Correct thickness. (It's very thin.)

- Faceplate taken from TE 1st original helmet, slightly altered to be ANH hero accurate.

- Cap/back taken from TE 1st original helmet, bumps/texture removed and details sharpened to hero specs.

- ANH hero accurate earcaps derived from TE 2nd original helmet (the one that was identified on screen!) . Correct shape and size as well as 3 humps on the grey block instead of 4. (I'm pretty sure I made that discovery). {SMILIES_PATH}/icon_biggrin.gif

- Accurate brow trim.

- Accurate neck trim.

- Cast from original hovi-mix mic tips accurately assembeled and detailed.

- ALL hand painted details. NO DECALS anywhere.

- Green bubble lenses

- Correctly shaped yellow foam head insert.

- Accurate chin straps.

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Fantastic pics! and welcome to our forum.

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Thanks guys.

I've received questions about who made them.

I made them. No one else has molds that can produce helmets like these. They are unmodified and unaltered.

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I am blown away at the detail and accuracy of these helmets,wait a minute,i have to empty my drool bucket and pick my jaw up off the floor.WOW.temperary loss for words................ oh yeah,welcome

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hey gino

you say that´s the most accurate helmet out there

but we should proof it from photos?

make a run of 1000 buckets, so everyone can check this out

no no no

it can´t be accurate

there is a big thing missing GINO

and i think i´m the only man in the world who knows this secret

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well then I suppose I better send one over to you right away for inspection

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oh no

better not

to dangerous with our german customs right now

maybe in a few years

and when you got the missing detail i prefer for the accurate helmet that i want to buy

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well then I suppose I better send one over to you right away for inspection

Since He can't do it I humbly volenteer to perform the task of inspecting the helmet(s).

If not, Alaska is going to cut off your supply of oil.

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Since He can't do it I humbly volenteer to perform the task of inspecting the helmet(s).

If not, Alaska is going to cut off your supply of oil.

and whats the end of all?

the WW3 started and our planet would be destroyed

all happend cause GINO wrote the false adress of the package

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Welcome GINO (one of the big fish in the sea).

Top cool photos, VERY!!! nice.

Looking forward to see more from you in the future.

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Are the available for sale? If so How much for each?

Thanks,

jack

RedFox@optonline.net

if they were, i would definatly be in for another GINO helmet!

i am the proud new owner of a GINO hero helmet that was converted into a sandtrooper stunt helmet! it is a true piece of art!

@ GINO

GREAT PICTURES OF GREAT HELMETS!

welcome GINO o the sandtrooper.net forum, i´m glad you finally found your way to us!

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INCREDIBLE!!!

Welcome to the forum Gino!

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Gino,

I have to honest. I don't like them. No good. You should get rid of them now!!! I will send you my address. Send ALL of them.

Welcome, bro.

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Sweet looking helmets - welcome to the MEPD boards. I look forward to seeing more of your work, especially as no one in my garrison has one so I've never seen one in person.

Hopefully that will be rectified in the future

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Absolutely impressive pieces. Think I have seen the pictures before, but am unsure whether I commented on them... can't imagine giving anything less than a huge

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With the pictures one smoothly the breath stops.But a so good work will cost money to logical way a good lump.There are as many good helmets loses I simply the overview there. Who now actually manufactures the best helmet?(expensively does not have to be good)Very beautifully which is you here.

Greets Bjoern

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