The full instructions are available over on his site but the gist of it was rather simple. He used an exacto knife to cut out specific pieces of the milk jug and a hot glue gun to put it all together. Some spray paint and a sharpie finished up the project, leaving him with the best bang for your buck Star Wars helmet available. I wonder how he would make Darth Vader. [Filth Wizardry]
This Stormtrooper Helmet Was Made With Two Milk Jugs
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