Boba Fett ESB Helmet Ultra Stencils


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Five months in the making and now I can call these done. let me know if you see some errors or misplaced scratches.

There are color variations on most areas, mostly because one of the main colors was painted over an existing color (some of these are touch-ups to hide or tone down the silver weathering), thus a new shade had enrichened an already perfect paint job:
ESB Helmet Ultra Color Shades.png

Red Face and Rear Keyhole:
ESB Ultra Stencils Red Face & Rear Keyhole 2.png

Back Panels:
ESB Ultra Stencils Back Panels.png

Upper and Lower Cheeks:
ESB Ultra Stencils Cheeks.png

ESB Ultra Stencils Dome 2.png

ESB Killstripes Preview.jpg

Ears and Rangefinder Stalk:
ESB Ultra Stencils Ears & Rangefinder Stalk.png

The separation files are located at the bottom of this post.

Helmet general and top view:
ESB Ultra Stencils Full 2.png ESB Ultra Stencils Dome Top.png

Have fun!


  • ESB Cheeks A4.pdf
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  • ESB Cheeks LTR.pdf
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  • ESB Dome A4.pdf
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  • ESB Dome LTR.pdf
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  • ESB Ears A4.pdf
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  • ESB Ears LTR.pdf
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  • ESB Red Face A4.pdf
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  • ESB Red Face LTR.pdf
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  • ESB Back Panels A4.pdf
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  • ESB Back Planels LTR.pdf
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  • ESB Killstripes A4.pdf
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  • ESB Killstripes LTR.pdf
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I printed the stencils on a glossy vinyl, and while ideally you should wait at least 24/48 hours until the ink fully cures, I was eager to see how these will look on my RS helmet. A better variant would be to print on a matte vinyl instead of glossy, but also to pre-convert the files from RGB to CMYK, because most printer don't handle well the conversion:

Left printed on matte vinyl pre-converted to CMYK and on the right printed on glossy vinyl with the conversion made by the printer's program.

And here are the photos of the helmet and its parts:
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After I took these photos I stripped down the helmet and cleaned it from the glue residues.

You can see some artefacts around the misted areas, but these were due to how sometimes files converted to PDFs then reconverted to be printed work:

But on the pre-converted files those artefacts are gone:
Thanks, KaanE! Maybe I will change the stencils if we ever got some hi-res photos of the ESB photo shoots and notice some elements that were there during filming.