The post-Sarlacc Boba helmet is using the exact texture as shown in the show!
The helmet in the Mandalorian Season 2 from Boba was made from the Side-Show bust and has a completely different form than the ESB/RotJ version!
We are using an exact copy of the displayed helmet - we are NOT just painting an RotJ helmet like others are doing!
Fully finished „post-Sarlacc“
This one comes absolutely finished in the look that Cobb Vanth and Boba Fett (right after getting is armor) displayed in the Mandalorian Season 2. There is no further work needed and its <ready-to-wear>! (https://howtoboba.com/gallery/post-sarlacc/)
Information about the helmet:
- everything hand-made (casting, painting,..)
- high-impact resistant resin casts
- tinted plastic visor (see-through like sun-glasses, high visibility from inside)
- professional hand-painting, every helmet is unique
- high surface detailing
Size / weight information:
- the helmet is designed to look as close to the original as possible
- helmet consists of around 1kg of material (which gives a good feeling but isnt to heavy on the neck)
We are open for custom designs too. Just message us with your idea or a picture!
---- Legal notice ---
** Customs and import taxes: Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply **
** This is not an official licensed product and is only considered "Fan Art". The copyright of this product does not belong to the seller**
** Item colors may appear slightly different than shown on your screen due the nature of how computer screens work **
** Due to custom nature of the product, ETA dates are not 100% guaranteed and should be considered as guidance only. Due printer failures and used time to finish your product exatly it can be delayed a few days! **
** Delays in shipping can happen. Please consider that we are also in the middle of a global pandemic with high impact on transport system. We cannot control for the shipping transit time but do our best. **
https://www.patreon.com/mysterymakers (base helmet)
https://www.patreon.com/Grizzlymountaindesigns (for the magnetic-using Rangefinder)