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February 26, 2012

Skyrim Papercraft: Daedric Armor Helmet

Finally, another Skyrim papercraft! This full size paper model is of a Daedric armor helmet. In the video game, Daedric armor has the highest base armor rating. The Pepakura PDO template for this papercraft was put together as a freebie by the guys at Propzone and may be downloaded here.

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15 comments:

  1. cool stuff, but not life size. i was hoping i could wear it but it's way too small :(

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    1. Too bad. I thought it was larger than it is. However, the PDO is unlocked. so it is possible to increase the size of the helmet with Pepakura Designer. All is not lost. :)

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    2. Umm, it isn't unlocked for me. :c

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    3. Did you open it with Pepakura Viewer by mistake instead of Pepakura Designer?

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  2. I folded it and then unfolded it again but changed the scale settings, I made the height 545 and I believe it is now life size. I haven't finished it yet but the parts I have seem to be life size. so you could try that

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  3. Good job! Can you post a youtube video for this helmet

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    1. Thanks. There is already a good video for the helmet here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qlEf0C90A3Y

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  4. Thanks, bro!
    I'm a beginner so I don't know the scale factor, can you help me?

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    1. Open the PDO file with Pepakura Designer. On the menu at the top go to 2D Menu/Change Scale/Scale Factor. To make the helmet life size, change the height scale factor from 390 mm to 545 mm. This will make the whole template larger. You will then need to re-position the pieces in the 2D window because the pieces will have shifted off the pages in the re-scaling process. Some pieces will be so much larger that they will no longer fit on a single sheet. Using the tools in the program, break those particular pieces down into several smaller pieces that will fit. Good luck.

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    2. Thank you so much for the atencion
      Your blog is amazing!

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    1. https://www.instructables.com/id/What-is-Pepakura-and-how-to-start/

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