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13 hours ago, MeanGene said:

It blows my mind what these printers can do. I feel so old and out of touch... 🙂

What is the rough size of that gun?
Looks large next to the keyboard and gauntlet, but hard to tell

3D printing is probably the best thing that has happened to the cosplay world on top of that there pretty darn affordable so I'm very greatful for 3d printers and making us cosplayers life's easier

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10 hours ago, MeanGene said:

It blows my mind what these printers can do. I feel so old and out of touch... 🙂

What is the rough size of that gun?
Looks large next to the keyboard and gauntlet, but hard to tell.

 Doesn't look so big in my hand 😄 measure it tonightWhen I Get home from work

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You are on the right track.

Ice can comment at length about weathering items. But the main idea is to add layers of color in washes. Washes means thinned down paint with water. Makes the paint runny. Wipe it on and rub it off with a rag. Go do so while wet and dry. Use various colors to age the items. Makes it look worn and used. But father time is not uniform to items. The colors vary over time.

Adam Savage has a Mandaloriam helmet weathering tutorial where he does this exact method. It's really good.

 

https://youtu.be/iEaf3t3KUyg

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