Kyle Katarn 3D Printed Bryar Pistol and other bits

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Stephen

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Hi there, here is a 3D printed and painted Bryar Pistol I made. I posted a few images of it in another thread but wanted to show some more here. I bought the STL files from Etsy
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It took about a week to 3D print, sand (I hate sand) and paint. I used multipurpose filler around the seams and car filler primer as an undercoat. This was followed by grey primer, metallic black and finally a light spray of pewter. I laser cut some walnut veneer samples for the handles rather than the 3D printed ones. I used Bronze paint in the recesses and silver for the dry brushed edge detail.
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I bought the Kyle Katarn / Qu Rar lightsaber for my 40th birthday and feel it goes well with the blaster. These are on display with my Luke Skywalker (mk2) lightsaber I made twenty years ago at uni on a manual metalwork lather (taking 2 weeks). I also just bought the Luke Skywalker / Anakin Lightsaber from KR Sabers recently adding the ANH parts. This has always been a holy grail of mine and it doesn’t disappoint.
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I also 3D printed Kyle Katarn’s second Lightsaber (Yun’s) using files from Thingyverse: Yun LS STL I used Aluminium tubing for the main body of the handle and tweaked the emitter file slightly. I’ve got Kyle Katarns 3rd and final Lightsaber on pre-order which should hopefully end my Star Wars Prop journey before my wife kills me...
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However Kyle Katarns costume isn't really a prop?
Regards
Stephen
 

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Stephen

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I've just finished off Kyle Katarn's Holo Disk today. I used these: 3D Files which worked great. I laser cut mirror Acrylic for the disc. I used Gold spray, copper and pewter paint for detailing.
 

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Derelict Ghost

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Looks great! Not sure if it’s the angle/perspective of the picture but it looks like it’s slightly under scaled for 3.75” figures, either way you did a great job.
 
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Stephen

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Another Star Wars tangent: I got an 89 Saber's Graflex and configured it for ESB. I was lucky enough to find & buy the Mysteries of the Sith Mara Jade Lightsaber from a fellow board member (thanks again!). I find some of the older computer games (Jedi Knight, Tie Fighter) feel more Star Wars like than some of the newer films. I bought the Hyper Real Luke and Darth Vader & created a diorama with LEDs for the lightsabers. Finally in a moment of madness, another to add to the list, I bought the Sideshow Baby Yoda!
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