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Halo ODST Helmet Cosplay by the-pooper Halo ODST Helmet Cosplay by the-pooper
It's been awhile since I've uploaded any cosplay stuff... so here's an old photo of an ODST Helmet I made sometime a couple of years ago.

I'm going to finish the entire suit this summer... hopefully in time for Dragon Con in Atlanta...

Took me 17 days to make the helmet. Hope you all like. :)
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hey man, hope your doing ok. i was wondering wich file did you used for this odst since there alot out there but i dont know wich one is good looking. since i like yours maybe you remember wich file is it???
Distilledwasteland Nov 15, 2012  Student Artist
How did you make your visor? I'm making a odst armor in pepakura and I need help with the visor
the-pooper Nov 15, 2012   General Artist
I didn't make the visor, I bought one form Sean Bradley and Link044 from the 405th.

They made the visor using a homemade vacuum forming table with sheets of plastic. You can go to for more info.

hope this helps!
Distilledwasteland Nov 15, 2012  Student Artist
Oh it does! Very appreciated my friend!
sethwolfheart Jul 1, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I can't find the sean bradley tutorial for the visor :( if you could find it for me, i'd like to know how cause i'm working on an ODST helmet using Hughes Pepakura file. Would be much help. I am " Avenger " from the 405th.
the-pooper Jul 2, 2012   General Artist
hey how's it going? :)

as far as a proper tutorial for the visor, I'm not sure if Sean posted one or not. I do remember him posting some photos of his progress on the ODST helmet and visor.

He also made a video... Here is a link to how he made his visors and ODST armor...


He made a standard armor cast/sculptor like normal (pepakura, molding, etc) and then uses vacuum forming method to reproduce using plastic sheets.

I believe he started the visor out as fiber glassed pep piece from the helmet. He cut the visor out, made a sculpt from it with clay, cast it with casting resin, then used clear plastic to vacuum form it, then dyed it.

It would be just easier to contact Sean on the 405th and ask if he's still selling the visors. That's what I did... he's a really great guy and he'll help you in any way he can. :aww:

Good Luck! :)
Very Cool! Do you have any idea where to buy armor on the internet? I've been searching for forever but can't seem to find any :ohnoes:
jackalphoenix Nov 20, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
is the visor also made of the same aterial as the rest of te helmet? I'm thinking of using your method for making various masks such as a Mandalorian helmet or three. :P
make one for meeeeeeeee~~~~~~
SpectreSabre Sep 8, 2011  Student Photographer
does it fog up easily?
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