Blade Trinity - UV Arc

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cosplaycyanide

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Hi everyone

I'm Hannah and I'm a cosplayer (www.facebook.com/cosplaycyanide) and this is my first post on this forum, although I've definitely been here more than once to find that little detail of a prop / costume that isn't easy to find!

Anyway, my latest project is the UV Arc from Blade Trinity - I know it's a well loved movie among its fans, but I definitely haven't seen a UV Arc made in the community yet... could be wrong though. I've just finished the ref blueprint of the UV Arc (see here) and I'll be getting started on the build this weekend.

I hope I did this right and that there are people out there who still remember this movie - for the con, I'll be going with a Blade cosplayer and a Hannibal cosplayer :)
 
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Oddmar

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So, are you intending to use blue CoolNeon (electroluminecent wire) for the arc? http://shopping.coolneon.com/Cool-Neon-EL-Wire-Drivers-and-More

Or you could put two blue or green laser modules in the tips, both pointing at the other. That would give you a beam that you could pass an arm through. Just one module would interrupt the beam, but two modules, pointing at each other, would make it look like the beam was passing through the arm or object.

http://www.amazing1.com/products/violet-laser-module-405nm-5-150mw-focusable-16x60mm.html?

Here's a green laser module (blue is hard to find). http://www.dxsoul.com/product/200mw-532nm-green-laser-module-3v-11-9mm-901026891#.V-CXxr1rfJg
 
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