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Jordanbanks

Crossbones mask

by Jordanbanks Jun 17, 2016
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Firstly, thank you for this model!

I'd like to offer some constructive criticism: Above the temple there is a hard edge that feathers toward the eye. Above the bridge of the nose and above eye-line is another hard edge that feathers toward back of head in a "U" shape. The cheekbone's top is a feathered edge from a bevel that leads toward the nose. Finally, the hollow cheek area needs to transition back to the mouth as a smooth surface, instead of a hard edge.

The app Marvel: Contest of Champions provides a very good reference. There are rotating models of many Marvel characters (once obtained).

What software did you use?

I've also seemed to notice that the jawline of the original helmet seems to be a bit flatter than the one on this model http://images-cdn.moviepilot.com/images/c_scale,h_669,w_1031/t_mp_quality/rw6u60w4isyjooouyezf/our-first-look-at-crossbones-captain-america-civil-war-s-big-bad-409693.jpg But this is still a great model.

Looks awesome! Are you planning on making the back of the helmet?

I would be more then happy to model one; are you using this for a cosplay?

I plan on cosplaying as Crossbones later this year and I'm currently working on my costume.

I had to make it like that as the PLA I printed would have made it harder to print

I see now. (I'm the type of person who pays way too much attention to detail on stuff like this.)

I can change and we can discuss about the back email me; you can find my email at www.jdfantasy.com