If it was me, I would do a grey rust oleum rattle can primer, do the typical primer and sand until it looks smooth, do a final grey and then a matte black all rattle can. Take your time and do multiple coats, and follow the instructions on the can carefully. I would say that rust oleum is a strong enough paint that you might not need a top coat either, and I never have, which is great because it also helps to keep the black color pure. (If you plan to handle it all the time and see potential for wear though, then it never hurts to do a top coat.) The silver I am unsure on, but I do occasionally use Mirror chrome paint. It may work, but I don’t know how it would look compared to the more matte metal look of the original prop. I’m sure someone on here has a GREAT answer to how to achieve that color.Can someone be so kind to recommend what kind of black paint I should use? and dose it need a base coat of a different colour?
I don't think anyone is currently offering any completed ones with light and box. I think there are some 3d printed blanks (unpainted) on etsy but nothing too accurate from what i have seen. Once I'm done with mine I will make the 3d files available if that helps.I've not had time to read all of the pages yet, but is anyone here currently offering the finish emenator (with box would be amazing!) Been wanting one with the light since the movie came out but there wasn't many people making one that had electronics.
Life got in the way, as it tends to do. I am still working on it though. I can't promise I'll ever sell any kits or finished units, but I will at least publish the CAD if you want to print it yourself.