Resin Wolverine Claws (non metal)

Discussion in 'Marvel Costumes and Props' started by SPDOmegaRanger, May 27, 2006.

  1. SPDOmegaRanger

    SPDOmegaRanger Well-Known Member

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    Does anyone do Resin Wolverine Claws, as due to uk laws i dont think i can order any panthera claws and was wondering does anyone do these type of claws in resin
     
  2. fettster

    fettster Sr Member

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    i wouldnt mind knowing this either
     
  3. Gordon Gekko

    Gordon Gekko Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Here's some I did awhile back.

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    Each claw is 10" long.
     
  4. GundamZeppelin

    GundamZeppelin Sr Member

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    I don;t think it would hurt or be to hard to make a set of your own?
     
  5. SPDOmegaRanger

    SPDOmegaRanger Well-Known Member

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    GundamZeppelin: Erm dont have the expertise to do them.

    Jmtwo:Will be sending you a pm
     
  6. GundamZeppelin

    GundamZeppelin Sr Member

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    <div class='quotetop'>(SPDOmegaRanger @ May 27 2006, 11:56 AM) [snapback]1251675[/snapback]</div>
    I'm sorry cash is tight these days :(
     
  7. SPDOmegaRanger

    SPDOmegaRanger Well-Known Member

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    i just dont have the skill to pull off decent wolverine claws
     
  8. BOBATAFF

    BOBATAFF Well-Known Member

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    ihi all

    im just doing some right now i have used 3mm abs

    just cut the claws out of a few rest pieces i had

    im waiting for the spray paint to dry ill post pics of mine later
     
  9. Blad

    Blad Sr Member

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    I make sets of these - amazing how everyone's designs look so similar.

    But I guess a claw, is a claw is a claw. :)

    Mine taper down to a point, like the prow of a ship and have a blade profile.

    Solid resin, pointy, but not dangerous. I also do a bigger grip for larger hands, where you would cut off the teardrops and connect the grip using wire.

    I'm in the UK.

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  10. classicbullwhips

    classicbullwhips New Member

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    If you wanted a project you could easily make them your self out of plastic and bondo with some silver/crome spray paint.
     
  11. DarthBish

    DarthBish Well-Known Member

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    I cut these out of aluminium..then filed'em to get the rough edges off...then cleaned'em up...(polished'em)...with soap and steel wool>
    I then tapped out a 3/16th hole in each of them and threaded them onto a LONNNNNNNG 3/16 bolt[attachmentid=8449]
     

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