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Peter17647

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So the first replica was great and it’s found a new home but I wanted to make it a little better
So this time I used a brush on resin and made the console hollow less resin = less weight = more cost effective.
However it’s far more time consuming now.
I frosted the crystal and added a remote control Led strip.
Next step is add audio effects and program the led with a Raspberry pie.
I might update the stickers to make the color a little more accurate :)
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Peter17647

Active Member
So the first replica was great and it’s found a new home but I wanted to make it a little better
So this time I used a brush on resin and made the console hollow less resin = less weight = more cost effective.
However it’s far more time consuming now.
I frosted the crystal and added a remote control Led strip.
Next step is add audio effects and program the led with a Raspberry pie.
I might update the stickers to make the color a little more accurate :)
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Peter17647

Active Member
So I fixed the wood sticker orientation.. because I was sleep deprived when I Applied them. I also finished the cartridge and remote connection for the led all that’s left is the raspberry pie!
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