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Kill La Kill - Scissor Blade Replica - FINISHED by Mauricechief Kill La Kill - Scissor Blade Replica - FINISHED by Mauricechief
Finaly finished the scissor blade and it looks awesome! and huge, too! Its about 1 Meter long. I will make a photoshoot soon and upload some better and more detailed photos of it.
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ninjaneko93 Apr 11, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Another question.  Since you used a layer of resin- how long did it take to dry?
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Mauricechief Apr 11, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
That depends on the used Resin, normaly there is a fast and slow hardener aviable. The fast hardener cures in ca. 20 minutes, the slow hardener in ca. 20 Hours. Im using the slow one.
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Larcener Mar 12, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is really awesome-- you have so much skill!  I have a question, though: how much did all of the materials cost and which hardware stores could I buy them from?  Thank you so much for your time!
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Mauricechief Mar 13, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thanks alot, I really appreciate it :)
I think the materials costed about 180 Dollars. I bought them in local Hardware stores here in Germany I dont think they exist in the United States too, sorry.
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Larcener Mar 13, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you so much! I just needed to know to see how much money I would need to save up from commissions.  They're probably available in a home depot or something, so it's fine.  I can't wait to see your future works :)
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ninjaneko93 Feb 28, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
A couple more questions- sorry for bothering you!
I am trying to figure out how you did this exactly.
Okay, so you cut out the pieces from MDF wood.  Once you have the shape and try to make it smoother by using epoxy putty and eventually sanded that down as well.  Do you eventually spray primer spray paint onto the wood and then spray paint it with red or is it just paint for wood? After that do you use epoxy resin over the paint once it is dry? Thank you so much for answering ; -;
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Mauricechief Feb 28, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
No problem, if there is any more question just ask :)
Yes after I cutted out the parts from MDF I sanded all parts in shape. After that I sealed it with Epoxy to make the parts harder and to get a smoother surface. Then Ive covered all parts with expoxy putty to plain the last few dents. In between I sprayed primer on it so I could better see the dents and bumps.
When every part were smooth and clean I sprayed a last layer of primer on it before painting it red. I used normal paint for Wood, Metal and Plastic without clearcoat.
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:iconbaixinhagamer:
so awesome !!! *O* Would you mind giving me the dimmensions ? :D I would like to ask my grandpa for one :3 (sorry about anything, i don't speak english xD)
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Mauricechief Feb 12, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thanks alot, no problem :D
The sword is about 100cm long and 20cm wide. The blade part is 24mm thick and the handle part is 36mm thick.
Hope that helps :)
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good evening o/ sorry to border you again , but , i did not understand the thick dimensions. Looking at your picture (mauricechief.deviantart.com/ar… , it seems to me it is more than 24 mm / 36 mm. What am i doing wrong ? thank you again for your patience :D
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