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Halo EOD helmet with CNM 2 by Hyperballistik Halo EOD helmet with CNM 2 by Hyperballistik
This is my latest EOD helmet, it is a cast of the original one I builts, also the CNM attachment is a cast copy, I attached it to the helmet so you can see what it looks like
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:iconjamessearle0:
jamessearle0 Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2012
would it still be possible to buy one of these in any condition?
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Hyperballistik Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2012
I only have raw castings available, if your interested in one please message me on Facebook if you use it as im not on Deiantart that often
www.facebook.com/stonyprops

this is out prop building page so you can see what all we build
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PamosaurusRex Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2012
Do you by chance still sell casts of this helmet? I would love to buy one.
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Hyperballistik Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2012
I may do a small run of the EODs in a few weeks, probably will be the last run as im getting more into the Halo 4 helmets now, for updates if you use Facebook add our page for updates on this casting and when they will be available www.facebook.com/stonyprops
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BipolarShooter Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
that's a badass looking EOD helmet! How did you make it? Pepakura and fiberglass? Very nice build!
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Hyperballistik Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2012
The helmet was made from pepakura
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Pastrano Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
do you have the pepakura files for this?
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Defenderofgo Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2012
Two questions: How much would this cost and second, do you accept Paypal...?
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:iconhyperballistik:
Hyperballistik Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2012
Actually I rarely sell completed helmets as I usually have to many projects going on so actually painting one up to sell can only be done when I have spare time, I do have some casts of this helmet available but they are raw and unpainted, they will require installing the visor, body work to fix any casting flaws, painting and padding, if your interested in one of those I can help you with that and yes I do accept PayPal
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Defenderofgo Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2012
More of a joke than a request. My friend behind me kept saying "hey that looks good! Lets use it as a prop! We have that shitty plastic, string wrap, Master Chief helmet. Lets go for some realism!" I said "The movie is supposed to be stupid. It's a B-movie!" I finally caved in.

This requires a bit of back story. Anyway, we grew up with Evil Dead and Bruce Campbell and wanted to make an "B-movie". I liked making it "so stupid that it's awesome" and the shitty helmet we bought for ten bucks was part of the joke. The movie is supposed to look like it was shot with a $100 budget. But my friend suggested "Add some realism! All we have is Seņor Cojones*!" . My friend thinks realism is important, which he is right, but not for this kind movie. Besides, the poor thing will probably end up staring down the barrel of Seņor Cojones. It's still cool though and if we had a reason would buy it. I'll keep you posted.

*Ah yes,Seņor Cojones. He's the gas powered airsoft pistol we use when we need a pistol. (The thing has been in so many of our movies it might as well be considered an actor). It got that nickname after an unfortunate accident when we first learned that it pulls about a foot low...It missed and hit his thigh but it was so close that it got the nickname. My friend was fine, he only needed some ice.

Why is it every time i respond to someone it's a paragraph of rambles? Curse of the writer.
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AnimeSoldierTwins Featured By Owner Feb 29, 2012
I love the EOD helmet. how did you make it?

I'd love to know what you used becuase i would like to make one too
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Hyperballistik Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2012
Its made from paper cardstock, I use a program called pepakura to get the templates to make the helmets, if your interested in learning how you should visit the 405th's website, it teaches you how to build this stuff I'll post a link below, if you decide to give it a try and need help you can get ahold of me on here

[link]
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RetroTrek Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Awesome work!
Did you hand craft this or did you use a pepakura from 405th? 'Cause I want to make one myself some day! :D
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Hyperballistik Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2012
The EOD in the pic is a cast copy of the original that I built, so the one pictured is actually made of plastic, the original EOD helmet that that was molded was made from pepakura, and yes I did get the file from the 405th
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RetroTrek Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Sweet! Could you link me to the EOD pepakura then (if you still have the link to it)? That would be awesome! :)
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Hyperballistik Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2012
Here is a real good model that a friend of mine modeled, i unfolded it

[link]

and here is the one that you see in my pics, this is the one that I built but if I had to do it over again I would do the first model that I linked because its more accurate and includes the neck seal plus it holds its shape better when your peping it

[link]
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RetroTrek Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Sweet! Thanks, dude! ;)
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Brutechieftan Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2012  Student General Artist
Can you make me one of these
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Hyperballistik Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2012
I sometime will sell a cast of this helmet, its a plastic copy of the helmet they do not come painted or a lens in them you have to do that yourself, I do have one that has been painted available its the same color but it does not have the CNM attachment on it and it has a mirror lens instead of a clear lens, let me know if your serious and I can send you pics of it
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Brutechieftan Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2012  Student General Artist
welli'd be serious if i had the $ as a student, i got 0sadly. But when i do got the money, then sure. and i'd rather have a mirrored visor, cuz then the badguys can't see where i'm lookin.
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Hyperballistik Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2012
Well let me know if you ever want one but finished ones can get expensive because what is involved with putting them together
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:iconbrutechieftan:
Brutechieftan Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2012  Student General Artist
define expensive. i'd actually prefer doin the finishing, cuz it be 50% mine. the other half is you making the mold
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Hyperballistik Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2012
I sell the decent cast for $125 I also have I guess what you would call a B cast has some dents on it that can be fixed with bondo or painted as is they are not that noticable I sell those for $75 if you want to see a dented one here is a link to a sales thread I have so you can get an idea of what it looks like

Copy and paste this link
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Brutechieftan Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2012  Student General Artist
well thats cheaper than the guy that said he wanted $400 for an O.D.S.T helmet. and for the inside of the helmet would i have to get pads for it, so it'd fit my head. and wouldn't the dents make it look "battle damaged"
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Hyperballistik Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2012
Yeah the dents can make them look like they are battle damaged some people choode to leave them, I always smooth them out for some reason, as for padding, you almost always want to add padding so it will be comfy when you wear it and stays in place on your head, you can use foam that they sell for matress tops or any kind of foam thats soft, just hot glue them inside the helmet, also $400 is alot for a ODST helmet, we sell my ODST helmet for $150 and it includes the lens just needs to be painted
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BOBSGHOST Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
how do u make these?
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Hyperballistik Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2011
I learned how to make the armor and helmets from the 405th web site, it teaches you how to make this stuff plus you can see progress builds to give you an idea of how its done check out the site

405th.com
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BOBSGHOST Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
thanx
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DragoonProp Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2011
Gonna look sick when you add the visor, it looks incredible now as it is.
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Hyperballistik Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2011
Thank you
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Z3ros Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This helmet looks amazing, the scratches made it more cooler, awesome work :D
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