اطقم سفرة تركية, Update your settings here, then reload the page to see it. Its almost clear as glass when i take the protective film off. I vacuum formed with the film on becuase i found that it makes the visor a bit clearer, Im not 100% sure though. Right now im starting to rush on it because i want the whole thing done by time fanime con in san jose. After i filled in the holes i sanded the whole thing with 60 grit sand paper and worked my way to 1000 grit.|The futuristic aura of these builds is almost touchable. You can almost feel how they will change the way we create things in the future. For example, imagine a motorcycle helmet that has incorporated LED lights in it, just like these Daft Punk helmet creations. They could help drivers and pedestrians become more aware of motorcycle drivers, which in turn could lower the number of accidents that occur around the world. So i figured that since the visor is so screwed up im going to vacuum form the visor of the original helmet.The headpiece also includes a self-programmable LED message scroller that attaches with Velcro. Created by Etsy seller Mauricio Santoro, it's a true-to-life recreation of Daft Punk member Thomas Bangalter's crazy sci-fi-quality headgear. Tim Bottchen set out with Greg Santacruz to create a flawless replica of Thomas Bangalter's legendary helmet. The complex system as you'll see in the pictures below spell out hello on the Mask itself.|Sorry for the lack of updates, i have been trying many different things and experimenting with the helmet but i finally made some progress. So in the last post i showed you that broken and cloudy visor. Well that visor was not a complete wast, i found a use for it.To make this plane in one click you just select ending point of horizontal line, that way datum pane command will have both axes and point for new plane. I made it to touch outlet for glass, you can make it to touch glass or you can left space between…it's all up to your design. Now we need to make ears and colored lights to finish this tutorial. Make new datum pane parallel to one we just made, and on 15mm distance from it, and use it to trim shape we got with through curves command. I'm the Group Content Manager for MusicRadar, specialising in all things tech.|I added a layer of mud to build up the visor and i then started to sand and cut the visor out. It seems that i didnt reinforce the edges of this visor mold and as a result of the vacuum forming, it crushed under all the pressure. The helmet came out pretty nice, nothing like Volpins tho. Yes the visor is dented, but that doesnt matter cuz it will be cut out and discarded. The rest of the helmet will be sanded down smooth to be painted or chromed.What i did was reinforce the back with bondo and foam so it wont warp. Yea so when i cooked it, i put it in for a minute at 200 degrees to make it malleable. My helmet consisted of plastic, bondo, and resin so i dont know if a full bondo helmet will become malleable or just crack. Also the foam shell did not work as good as i thought it would.|I say you're sick in the head if you're wearing one of these motorcycle helmets. And I mean it in the very, very best sense of the word. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the duo is noticeably absent, save for their music.These helmets replaced the complicated LED displays of their predecessors with smaller and more maneuverable systems. Thomas's visor was tinted red, and Guy-Man's was reflective gold. The transition era helmets appeared in Daft Punk's infamous Gap commercial. One of the most recognizable characteristics of dance music mega-duo Daft Punk is their iconic headgear. Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo have been donning futuristic masks and intricate costumes since the start of Daft Punk's musical career in 1993. Rarely showing their faces, Daft Punk add an exciting element of anonymity to their live performances by way of their signature helmets.|I then edited the mold to accomodate the new ears. After all that i realized that i wasnt happy with the outer ears as well, so i cut them out and replaced it all with wood. After some sanding i was ready to once again reedit the mold.Mine will probably be about the size it's supposed to be as per Electroma. Also, I have a Thomas Bangalter helmet in the works, but I've neglected it now for months. But both helmets are deceivingly complex, enough so that even 10 years after the release of Discovery I have not seen a single replica of either helmet made available. They don't light up and don't have any other components than the gloves.|Hello, Im new to the forums here and i didnt know where else to post. I wanted to make a thread on my build of my daft punk helmet. Now i still feel like a noob to the whole prop making business even though i made a whole spartan suit. The Daft Punk helmet i am making started out as pepakura but at first i made a helmet that was too big, so i started over and the next helmet came out too warped. I decided to do it out of clay since i like clay better than paper. The somewhat fanatic documentation of the creation of these Daft Punk helmet builds are a behind the scenes look at just how many steps it takes in order to fully complete these awesome helmets.I can´t believe the timeframe they stated for the completion of such a helmet, one year seems to be a ridiculously long time for a professional project of that sort, but the cost sure is believeable. This is just one of many amazing DIY projects undertaken by Harrison Krix, and documented on his personal blog. If you think these photos are cool, check out his detailed explanation of them, as well as his nifty time...|Unfortunately the silicone mold ripped and tore and made all kinds of grooves in the helmet. I also want to sell a few casts so i can pay back for all my expenses on this project. That means i need a perfect mold of the helmet so it wont be too much work after i cast it. He followed it up in 1971 with Mud Slide Slim. It was part of the flooding of the market by the Taylor family in 1971.As you can see, looking through the visor is not 100% clear so i need to smooth out the visor a bit more before vacuuming it again. After many hours of scrapping, i finally got almost all of it off and i was left with big cut marks in it. I had to re sand and smooth it out for the new mold.|When i put the mold inside the foam shell, it moved and didnt set tight against the walls. I definitely want to re-due the shell, fix somethings on the helmet, and re-due the mold. The thing I dont undertsand why wont the compnay just sell the helmets without the electronics to save money. Cause Daft Punks movie, Electroma was a low budget movie which had lots of extras with those Helmets that didnt seemed to have no electronics. Those are two different sets of helmets in your pics. The ones without lighting are from Human After All, and their current models.