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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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TheVideoGameGuy Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2014  Student Artist
Looks so realistic. But it doesn't look harmful in my opinion.
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BurntCoffee1986 Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2014
Hi, Maurice!  Love your work on this.  I'm about to start work on Gisen Yagyu's scissor sword from Hyakka Ryouran Samurai Girls and had almost the exact same method in mind.

One question though that I didn't see answered: how much does it *weigh*?  I thought about using 1" thick softwood planks because MDF felt heavier... but MDF is more easily formed; I prefer it as a construction material.  Thanks!
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Mauricechief Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thanks alot!

The Blade wheights about 900 gramm (1.9 pounds) so its not that heavy, actually I think it´s a pretty realistic wheight.

Personally I definitely prefer and suggest MDF over softwood planks. MDF is easier to machine and you get a smoother surface. The wood texture of softwood planks can cause difficulties in that. And if you seal it with resin it get´s more durable.
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BurntCoffee1986 Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2014
Oh crap, somehow I completely missed this reply, haha.

Thanks, Maurice!  I'll certainly consider that.  Like I said, I love how easily MDF forms, and I'm quite in love with Bondo, haha.  I'm sure I'll have more questions later, thanks again!
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Mauricechief Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
No problem, that happens to me sometimes, too.

If you have any more questions feel free to ask!
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ninjaneko93 Featured By Owner 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 Featured By Owner 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. I´m using the slow one.
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Larcener Featured By Owner 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 Featured By Owner 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 don´t think they exist in the United States too, sorry.
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Larcener Featured By Owner 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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