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Latest Blog Entry, Leaving Halo cosplay. by peterthethinker
I'd measure the between to points the horn and the helmet and then scale the it plus the horn size, how I scaled my Mk V
I had to upload the file to MEGA, but here's the link: https://mega.nz/#!ckEQBRqB!4_UvbCLlYNCQ1Cs67pPsyYV_ZjwmFuqW-Big4LPbWL0
I'm having a go scaling myself, but I need to get my proper...
If you're using Pepakura Designer 3, I would suggest using the 'Measure Distance Between Points' tool. Measure the distance between where you'd guess your ears to sit on the helmet, add maybe 2mm or...
I was considering trying that with the neck hole, to see if my head would fit well with that, so I could try that. The only issue is the horns add to the width as well, in fact it adds to all H/W/D :/
Try scaling based upon width instead? That's generally what I do if I'm assembling something that has parts that stick up above the surface of the helmet itself.
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