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Re: Ever wonder what an unaltered REAL Begins Cowl would look like in urethane?


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i was visiting a friend over the weekend who worked on the suits for begins and he was telling me that when they cast the suits, they chucked in all the different black pigments they could find but couldnt get it as black as they wanted so the greyish luck was a complete fluke




watch the begins behind the scenes videos. They can only put so much bigment it without the foam becoming TOO brittle. Basically the more pigment in the mix, the less foam thats actually bonding to each other, and when that happens, its not as strong and can rip easier.



JEFF LOOKS PERFECT!!!! Im def getting the matte.


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i love the dull black on the begins

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posticon Re: Ever wonder what an unaltered REAL Begins Cowl would look like in urethane?


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Indakin wrote:

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Daft Vader wrote:

i was visiting a friend over the weekend who worked on the suits for begins and he was telling me that when they cast the suits, they chucked in all the different black pigments they could find but couldnt get it as black as they wanted so the greyish luck was a complete fluke




watch the begins behind the scenes videos. They can only put so much bigment it without the foam becoming TOO brittle. Basically the more pigment in the mix, the less foam thats actually bonding to each other, and when that happens, its not as strong and can rip easier.



JEFF LOOKS PERFECT!!!! Im def getting the matte.



I meant thay chucked all the differnt pigments in within the foam parameters.

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