Helmet

The King’s Helmet

by admin on April 10, 2012

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The King’s Helmet
renaissance wear

Image by Lon Fong
This is the headpiece/helmet of a very elaborate ensemble for The King of Gondor at our local Renaissance Faire; the entire ensemble (including chain mail) weighs in at a respectable 75 lbs! The attention to detail, right down to the etchings is really quite amazing. I snapped this while he was wearing it and tending to the business at hand…most likely his tankard…! :D

Camera Nikon D5000
Exposure 0.005 sec (1/200)
Aperture f/6.3
Focal Length 92 mm
ISO Speed 200
Exposure Bias 0 EV
Flash Auto, Did not fire

Allison and Hope with a real Cow-boy (IMG_4587a)
renaissance wear

Image by Alaskan Dude
I had the chance to shoot with the lovely, fun, bubbly, extremely photogenic, and sweet Hope and her stunning partner Allison with both wearing chain mail. I can’t believe how lucky I am!

There is a chain mail store at the Texas Renaissance Fair; during the day they sponsor a chain mail fashion show – it is a photographer’s delight. Working with lovely models such as Hope and Allison is definitely one on the highlights of the Fair. I hope to be able to shoot with both of them again at the 2012 TRF!

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Viking Helmet Testimonials

by admin on December 27, 2011

Viking Helmet

Minor identified to most men and women, leather helms were as widespread as metallic helms in the medieval time time period since they had been a whole lot far more reasonably priced. This Viking helmet is created from high-good quality, harness grade leather, dyed black. It is strengthened by numerous steel rivets and features a leather set of spectacles to shield the eyes and the bridge of the nose from slashes to the deal with. Hanging leather cheek plates protect the sides of the face and the top rated of the neck and a protruding beak on the back again def

List Value: $ a hundred and five.00

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Medieval Warrior Skull Helmet: Skullcap Helm

by admin on December 21, 2011

Medieval Warrior Skull Helmet: Skullcap Helm

  • Wearable Medieval Costume
  • Great Helmet for the Theatre, Movies or Daunting Foes
  • Padding not Incorporated
  • All Hand Created – Some slight differences in measurement and end could take place
  • Wonderful Helmet

This fashion of a intense Gladiator Skull Helmet was most commonly worn by Gladiators, who would fight to the loss of life in a battle arena. Its pointed top rated serves to deflect blows by sword or other pummeling equipment away from the head.The total dimensions Skullcap is crafted from steel. It stands about 17″ higher. It will make a great addition to any Gladiator costume or assortment.

Listing Price tag: $ 49.95

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Great Medieval Helmet photos

by admin on November 21, 2011

Some cool medieval helmet pictures:

Luzern, Fasnacht (Carnival/Mardi Gras): A band in medieval chain armor, masks & helmets marches correct via the Noggeler Renaissance band as each bands continue enjoying
medieval helmet

Picture by Chris Devers

Luzern, Fasnacht (Carnival/Mardi Gras): A band in medieval chain armor, masks & helmets marches right through the Noggeler Renaissance band as equally bands keep on taking part in
medieval helmet

Picture by Chris Devers

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received to consider the helmet

by admin on November 5, 2011

Check out these medieval helmet photographs:

acquired to consider the helmet
medieval helmet

Image by redcargurl

16th century fluted armet
medieval helmet

Picture by Arutemu
sixteenth century fluted armet helmet from the man-at-arms armour

In complete armor
medieval helmet

Picture by dogwatcher
Seen in Hermannsburg (Germany), on the medieval festival there (May possibly 2009). Editing with GIMP 2.six

And indeed.. these are the real eyes. Seems fairly artificial, I know. Still have to tinker with some specifics of this picture…

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