mad max fury road Immortan Joe's gear knob

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  1. BC-FX

    BC-FX Well-Known Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    I seen the trailer for road fury last night and got to work straight away with some sculpey on the gear knob you see for a split second, its still work in progress but what do you think?
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    sand prime sand prime and more sanding then prime
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    gloss black the silver im gona make a silicone mould and cast in PU later on but could not resist putting some silver on
     
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  2. BC-FX

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    Re: mad max fury road gear stick

    Anyone have any tips on chrome painting it just didnt have the depth i think so I have rubed it down with 1000g and repainted gloss black
     
  3. Broilermaker

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    I have not seen the picture of the prop but prehaps you should spray it with alclad, it would give it a aluminum finish
     
  4. framed

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    cool are you making copies?
     
  5. BC-FX

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    Thanks for the tip on alclad I've just orded some, and I am making a mould so a run is not out of the question if there's people interested
     
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  7. Duncanator

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    Re: mad max fury road

    Alclad is great. You don't need to use much either. It's definitely a case of less is more. You don't need to load it on over the gloss black. A lighter coat actually looks better.
     
  8. BC-FX

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    Re: mad max fury road Immortan Joe's gear

    i didnt even know it was Immortan Joe's gear i've just been looking for a cool chrome project,
     
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  9. edspaged2

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    Looks good! Something this small (gear knob size) I'd wanna cast in aluminium. You should do that!
     
  10. BC-FX

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    Now we're talking best start saving beer cans,

    I'm not sure how to change title
     
  11. JLeezy23

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    Nice work! Looks awesome! To change the title i think u edit your first post, then click advanced options and it should show the top title bar as a editable text box

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    Nice work! Looks awesome! To change the title i think u edit your first post, then click advanced options and it should show the top title bar as a editable text box
     
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  12. Abelugo

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    Re: mad max fury road

    There is a thread tools button when you are the owner of the post. Click that then edit title. The button is in the spot where you subscribe to a thread otherwise
     
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  13. BC-FX

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    im have just getting around to making a mould after i repainted it last week
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  14. BC-FX

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    a simple silicone mould
     
  15. geekswoodshop

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    Looks sick! Good luck with the mold.
     
  16. BC-FX

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    first pull and all looks fine, i've dremeled out the the gaps in the teeth from the rear this was always the plan to make the mould straightforward
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  17. BC-FX

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    attached the jar to day drilling holes in to the scull and jar then super gluing garden wire in to the holes. i use garden wire because you get better flexibility and much more of a bond withe the green plastic coating
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    also started the stand today not sure to finish it in a leather or rusty effect?
     
  18. king20000

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    the skull is so cool.........
     
  19. BC-FX

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    ive gone for the rusty lump fora a base photos to come later
     
  20. BC-FX

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    that's the stand finished, a mdf base with body filler for the texture then dry brushed and washes and iv had a steel tag engraved.

    still not happy with the chrome im gonna give the alclad ago.

    sorry for the pic angle no matter what i did they still lay down in me

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