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HOME|FORUMS|3D JOB POSTINGS

STL - Slight Alterations of Mandalorian Helmet. (CLOSED)


Sat, Mar 28, 2020
penguinopph
artist
THIS JOB HAS BEEN COMPLETED SUCCESSFULLY AND IS NOW CLOSED
STL - Slight Alterations of Mandalorian Helmet.

I'm trying to make a pepakura file for a Mandalorian helment, specifically the character Fenn Rau.


This is the model file I currently have:

image

The problem is that ridge on the bottom side of the helmet. That's not quite how the helmet looks. Here is some references of the flush side panels from the show Star Wars: Rebels:

imageimageimageimageimage


So I'm looking for someone who can do 3 things to this model: 

  1. Shave down the side panels to better reflect the model from the show.
  2. Remove the cutouts in the helmet, making the model completely smooth (for example, that circle cut into the blue, near the temple. Those things).
  3. Reduce the polygon count. The current model is roughly 10,000 polygons, and I'm looking for the model to be around 1300-1500.


Thank you in advance anyone that can help me out with this.



Sat, Mar 28, 2020
Handyman454
United States

I may be able to help you but I have no links here.

Try republishing your links.



Sat, Mar 28, 2020
penguinopph
artist

Weird, they worked when I posted initially. Let me try this:


I'm trying to make a pepakura file for a Mandalorian helment, specifically the character Fenn Rau.


This is the model file I currently have:

image

The problem is that ridge on the bottom side of the helmet. That's not quite how the helmet looks. Here is some references of the flush side panels from the show Star Wars: Rebels:

imageimageimageimageimage


So I'm looking for someone who can do 3 things to this model: 

      1. Shave down the side panels to better reflect the model from the show.
      2. Remove the cutouts in the helmet, making the model completely smooth (for example, that circle cut into the blue, near the temple. Those things).
      3. Reduce the polygon count. The current model is roughly 10,000 polygons, and I'm looking for the model to be around 1300-1500.


Thank you in advance anyone that can help me out with this.







Sat, Mar 28, 2020
Handyman454
United States

Where did you get the base helmet from?

Do you have an stl or obj that I can work from?

What format do you want the finished product in?



Sat, Mar 28, 2020
penguinopph
artist

I bought it off of Etsy. It's in an stl file I could send you. Ultimately I need it in obj, but stl would be fine as well. I tried to play around with it in Blender, and was in way over my head.



Sat, Mar 28, 2020
Handyman454
United States

See your messages link.



Tue, Mar 31, 2020
Handyman454
United States

This one is like, 1900 polies.

image



Tue, Mar 31, 2020
Handyman454
United States

The crown of the helm comes out nice in the reduced count but the jaw line loses a lot of smoothness due entirely to massively low point count.

Each ear muff has more polies in them than the entire helm.

image



Tue, Mar 31, 2020
Handyman454
United States

This one is about 5000 polies. Added some additional points to smooth it out some.

image



Tue, Mar 31, 2020
penguinopph
artist

These are fantastic! Thank you so much!!!!



Tue, Mar 31, 2020
Handyman454
United States

Roger that!

Post a render of your scene please?



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