Fallout Stimpak and FO76 Silo Code Launch Piece

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TheAtomicSoul

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Since the first image I saw a picture I wanted to make one. So I did!
I made one for my nephew, and another for an order, and now I finally get to make one for myself!
 

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zapwizard

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Nice silo code. Did you use multiple layers for the numbers?

On your StimPak I think the top wire spots are a bit too high up by just a few degrees. But otherwise a good start. I have a few reference photos on my StimPak project page. I also attached a front reference image below.

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TheAtomicSoul

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The numbers are printed in white resin; I designed it in a way that the light produces a glow based on the numbers and screen.
(Though thinking about it now, I may redo it so the screen lines block light instead of passing it through)

Checking, you are correct; they are a tad bit too high.
I've already printed it and ready for a mold though, so I'm a bit too late on that. :p

Also posting to show a little remake I did of the texture.
 

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zapwizard

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Since there are two wires, but four holes, if you just use the lower wire points it probably will look fine.

Your texture looks great. Here is the artwork I came up with (I planned on printing it in white, and then coffee dying the paper)
I can output a SVG vector version if you want it.

Guage, Artwork.png
 

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I'm going to try to get it printed on matte photo paper so I won't be doing any by hand work on it afterwards. Just a little less work that way. ;)


Since I've already molded the base, I went ahead and made a cast of it.
(Gray part is the cast.)
 

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TheAtomicSoul

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Spot the differences!
I reprinted the meter section; moved the wire holes to the right place, added a couple small details missing from the first one, increased the nuts size to make them more visible, and increased the debt of the meter hole; I'm looking to make it so you can put a LED behind it, lighting the meter up so it's visible in photographs.
 

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TheAtomicSoul

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Stimpak Test Cast
Ran a test to see if a new method of coloring the cast would work; I think I can say it's a success. :)
Got to get some Silver for the next one!

I've got a couple minor adjustments to make, but am overall pleased with how the Gauge will light up!
Once I get the correctly colored decals in the LED won't seem as bright but will add a nice dimension of detail in photos!
 

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TheAtomicSoul

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Sorry for the delay folks~ a lot has been happening, but I can't talk about it. :3

I wasn't happy with the mold for the Stimpak, so I've reprinted the parts and am going to remold them. Hopefully this will solve the issue I had with the last ones.
 

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