Now comes to sticking it together.
Make up some strips of plastic from all the spare plastic in the kit.
We suggest you make up a wide oval shaped part to sit in the top of the main dome, and then two smaller tabs, one to go in the front of the main brow section and then one to go into the rear of the lower neck part.
Get your strips of plastic and glue them into one side of the bucket. Use clamps or rare earth magnets to keep this firmly in place. Leave aside to dry.
When it’s done, glue the other side to the tabs you’ve just created.
It should look a little like this ——>
Please note, on this one, I have inserted some screws to help the glue. I only did this because the workshop faeries had stolen my clamps! You don’t need to do this.
When it is dry, you’ll have two sections left to fill, one between the dome and the brow and the other down the rear of the helmet.
Take a strip of the plastic and heat it up with the heat gun until it goes floppy (be careful it will be HOT!). Place it into the helmet and mould it to the shape of the gaps (front and rear).
When you’re happy that they conform to the shape of the inside of the helmet, glue it into place making sure it is firmly affixed to both halves of the helmet.