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Dragon Age: Inquisition may have only recently hit video game shelves, but Allen Amis Creations and Red Nebula Cosplay crafted an Inquisitor helm months ago. Sarrah Wilkinson of Red Nebula sculpted the dragon head and spine, and Allen Amis made the rest of the helmet. Clearly, they did a wonderful job. There are tons of details and the fiberglass really looks metallic.

See a couple more pictures of the helmet after the break.

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Skyrim Helmet

Man at Arms: Reforged has turned its attentions to the fantasy world of Skyrim to create a Dragonborn Helmet.

Most of their videos involve weapons that end up slicing and dicing fruit. You can’t slice fruit with a helmet, so they sliced the fruit with a sword and then tried to slice the helmet to show that it’s the real deal. The helmet survives but the sword is another story.

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You’re running out of time to create the perfect Halloween costume, but if you’ve got some spare cereal boxes sitting around and about four hours, then you can make this helmet. Steve Wintercroft came up with this cardboard Stormtrooper helmet along with a few other cool designs. All you need to do to get started is download a pattern from his site for around $9.

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I don’t know about you, but I came out of Guardians Of The Galaxy wanting a Star Lord helmet and the ability to fight like Gamora.

Well, I’m not sure any amount of time or training could get me the Gamora part of that wish, but RPF member Helagak has created a Star Lord helmet that comes complete with build instructions and 3D print models.

He also did a 3D print model of Peter Quill’s gun.

Head after the break to see more pictures and a video on the making of this beauty.

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This functioning Iron Man helmet was built by Luis Ernesto Flores Olazo who is working at Fab Lab Lima in Peru. It looks like metal, but it’s mostly made of EVA foam. From Make:

My Ironman helmet was built 80% by hand and 20% with digital fabrication. I had to experiment with different materials. I used servomotors, LEDs, and electronics. The process basically consisted in making the 2D development from a 3D model of the helmet using Pepakura software. Once I got the 2D development I could print it using a traditional 2D paper printer.

He then traced those paper pieces onto the foam before fitting it together like a puzzle and adding the finishing touches to the outside to make it look just like Iron Man’s helmet.

See video of the helmet in action after the break…

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It might be winter but Spring will be here soon and these helmets will keep your kid’s head in one piece. Each is designed after a different hero including Iron Man, Hulk or Spider-Man. They’re ATSM/CPSC Safety Certified and measure 50cm to 54cm for kids ages 5 and up.

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3d printed iron man helmet

Tony Stark designed some pretty spectacular armor. So much so that tons (technical term) of cosplayers try to replicate it. The increasing accessibility of 3D-printers is opening a new door. Cosplayer Ryan Brooks has used the technology to create a plastic replica of the Iron Man helmet. Yeah, I think Stark would approve.

Brooks discusses the process for developing the fit and features in a couple of videos. You can definitely see how close the helmet is to the on screen version. The next step is getting a printer that actually prints metal to make it even more realistic.

See videos of the process after the break.

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Add some thwip to your ride with these eye-catching Spider-Man motorcycle helmets by DONY Custom. The design makes sense given the shape and pattern of Spidey’s costume, and I’m amazed they haven’t been officially licensed before. The seller uses HJC brand helmets for the base and airbrushes the designs on. You can choose from the classic red or a bright blue or black—and if you’d rather go darker, they have a wicked Venom design. They’re all gorgeous.

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Look, if you’re going to get into a medieval brouhaha you’ll need every advantage possible. Owning a terrifying helmet like this will give you an edge. Check out the demonic looking crest and teeth! It’s handmade by the talented smith at DarkHeart Armoury. I think just putting this helmet on will give you a +10 in the badass area.

See more pictures of the fierce helmet after the break.

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Do you feel attached to your Game Boy? Prove your dedication by attaching it to a mask on your face! This armor mask is anything but subtle. The designer’s label is Thunderbox, and this mask was on display in a gallery along with other video game inspired pieces. Though the piece pictured above freaks me out, many other items in the collection are cool – especially the Game Boy bag.

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