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Painted fencing helmet, give the idea of what can be achieved, with out loosing too much vision. Description from forums.robertsspaceindustries.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Make the ready-to-color helmet come alive by accenting plain gold or silver with black, brown, and other metallic colors. Achieve a worn or ancient effect by painting the templates with two layers of paint. First, paint all the pieces with a base color such as black or dark brown. Once dry, apply a second layer of gold or silver paint using dry brush strokes so that the base paint partially shows through. To do this, dip the tips of a dry paint brush onto gold or silver paint. Apply onto the…

Masamune (1567 – 1636) was the founder of the city of Sendai. Known for his crescent-moon helmet, he was nicknamed the “one-eyed dragon” due to a missing eye and achieved legendary status in the Tohoku region for his dedication to the area.

Custom helmet "TWO ROSES". Helmet achieved on Biltwell Metal Flake red shell. Airbrushed with metallic, "kandy" e "sparkle" colors. The decorative details are made of 24-carat gold leaf while the roses of the central belt are made of silver leaf.

Custom helmet "TWO ROSES". Helmet achieved on Biltwell Metal Flake red shell. Airbrushed with metallic, "kandy" e "sparkle" colors. The decorative details are made of 24-carat gold leaf while the roses of the central belt are made of silver leaf.