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Project Grey Fox
« on: April 20, 2013, 04:16:33 PM »

In my grand tradition of starting projects and not finishing them, I have decided to do a papercraft Grey Fox Helmet that I will eventually turn into a real one via fiberglass/resin buildup and bondo sculpting

I went and got this printed at Staples on cardstock, as is the start of the processes with these kind of things. However as I'm working on it right now, this may actually be too small to be turned into a proper helmet. Worst case scenario: I finish this one and have a nice shelf decoration (and practice) then have to do it again 20% bigger. Not a big deal, but it's very labor intensive.