AVP Computer Bomb Gauntlet from Scratch Parts

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VinMan

Sr Member
RPF PREMIUM MEMBER
Hey Hunters,

It has been a long time coming but I finally finished the other gauntlet top.

Here is the Computer Bomb Gauntlet made entirely of Sintra, Foamies and odds and end from Home depot

Thanks for looking, and as always your comments are always welcome

VinMan

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crawjaw

Active Member
The guys at ADI would drool at the quality of this work. Absolutely convincing metal finish.
Terrific work.
 

predator666

New Member
:) WOW that's amazing! So that's what happened to Scar bomb gauntlet after it exploded in the pyramid. You went down and picked it up
 

SUICIDALRAIDER

New Member
WOW!!!! helluva job dude!! that thing looks like it fell off a pred arm and you picked it up and kept it!! very nice clean and sharp job !!! top notch!
 

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Obraxis

New Member
Great work there. :) Superb modelling and paint-up.

Can I request a huntorial on it? So other scratch builders can build up something like it.

Cheers!
 

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Elderpred13

Active Member
Vinman, I have started using sintra for armor, and blades. I bought a heat gun, it works great for molding the pieces. Thanks for turning me on to that stuff. Your gaunts are outstanding, I hope my work gets that good.
 

Elderpred13

Active Member
Sintra is a PVC based plastic used for sign making. It comes in thicknessess up to 13 MM. 2, 3, and 6 MM are the best. It can be cut with a heavy duty knife, or Dremel tool. It can be heated to make compound curves, it will accept most any plastic paint. Foamboardsource.com.
 

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TUSKY

New Member
Mind blowing Gaunts there man :D
You have knocked another build out of the park.
Vin man does it again ;)
 

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