Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets the Basilisk fang prop

Discussion in 'Replica Props' started by HermioneJean, Dec 7, 2011.

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  1. HermioneJean

    HermioneJean New Member

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    So... I have been thinking, about making a basilisk fang, from Harry Potter and The Camber of Secrets. Only thing that is not clear to me, is what options of choosing a material. Any ideas, clay is one! Wood is kind of :unsure
    Just tell me options, I am not from the most smartest side! :lol Oh well... :behave
     
  2. Trowa

    Trowa New Member

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    What a coinsidence,i wast thinking about this yesterday.
    I would think some kind of sculpting clay or something? (I dont know anything about sculpting,but there are many others here that do)
     
  3. Rosewell

    Rosewell New Member

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    I would make something like that with clay, like Fimo, Sculpey or likely ones. Then shade it with dry pastels or acrylic paint.
     
  4. SchubroProductions

    SchubroProductions Well-Known Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Once painted I would buff with several layers of carnauba wax to give it that ivory sheen.
     
  5. Contec

    Contec Master Member

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    If i would do it i would sculpt it with super sculpey and then cast it in resin.
     
  6. MagicRobot

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    I just started making a Basilisk Fang today. I made a form from tin foil and and started covering it with paper clay. I like paper clay better than sculpty because it is air dry and reworkable(you can sand and carve it). I'll try to post some pics when I get it done.
     
  7. jjps

    jjps New Member

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    I would go with clay personally.
     
  8. MagicRobot

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  9. mp1997

    mp1997 New Member

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    I tried looking at the pics, but the site says its private
     

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