Discussion in 'Predator Costumes' started by Vebo1, Oct 23, 2017.
Practicing using metal powders copper and bronze polished with #0000 steel wool
Couple pic of the revised vail and the too small 3 d shuriken .molding my own
I decided to scrap the clay modelfor the shuriken . So I used Basswood to carvethe shuriken . Here are the beginning pics 1:1 scale
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Whip handle cast using copper powder. Needs a ton of clean up
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Need to be polished waxed and sealed to make the bronze powder more noticeable
Casted test barbs
Left over resin was pour into the mine mold
Despite good temps well above the recommended 73 and very will shaken resin. The mold did not cure properly .This was a test with aluminum powder unpolished. Big FAIL
Only 30 more to go
Just got my wolf half mask hurley
Who did you get the half mask from?
Hurleyfx both mask you can find him on Facebook
looks really good!
I appreciate your compliment
After about 6 month of design,crooked freelancer expensive shipping cost my PcB for gauntlet and plasma cannon are finally here
This is my reflow oven using the controleo3 controller and a Black and Decker toaster oven. I will use it to solder my SMD component for the the top/bottom gauntlet and Plasma Cannon PCB boards
What is the Controleo is for my friend? I am curious .... you want Wolf Predator to make some toasts in the conventions (Joke) I am just curious that this mechanism will be the controller of all your costume I guess no?
Lol The Controleo3 is a reflow oven useful when soldering surface mounted components on a PcB board . I am using it for my gauntlet and the plasma canon circuit boards
I made Hand cast using alginate . I will then pour hydracal 30 to make the positive then sculpt the gloves .
Vebo1 wow this is coming along so great man.....
Wow. Looks awesome!
I started the left I will use this method to redo the right
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