Shotgun Remington 1100 made of wood

Discussion in 'Replica Props' started by Daniel B, Mar 23, 2015.

  1. Daniel B

    Daniel B New Member

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    Hello everyone, I'm new here at The RPF, let me know if I broke any rules and I will try to fix it immediately :D

    here is the wood plank that I've have used
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    first, I have draw the silhouette of the gun in the wood, and then I sawed


    after, I've Sculpted the wood to aproximate the forms of the pictures that used as reference

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    after sanding process got like this

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    then I split in two parts, because the paint process of them are diferent

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    chamber window detail

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    the chamber already painted


    the stock and forearm

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    final stage

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    any questions?


    by the way, here were I live (Brazil) that's a forbidden thing to do... make replicas of weapons

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  2. Kopesh

    Kopesh New Member

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    Looks good. I especially like the rust detail around the chamber, I mean, aside from that beautiful stock. What was your process for painting the barrel and assembly? Looks extra shiny...

  3. Sean


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    I like it. I think you did an amazing job on this.:thumbsup

    And welcome to the RPF.
  4. Daniel B

    Daniel B New Member

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    thank you guys

    the painting of the chamber I used primer polyurethane in the first layer, and then, polyester paint (automotive) by spray gun

    the barrels were painted with a common aerosol spray matte black and covered with incolor varnish

    OBS: everything was well sanded with sandpaper grits 180, 220, 400, 500
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