Skyrim Gauldur and Talos amulets

Discussion in 'Replica Costumes' started by elektrowlad, Mar 13, 2012.

  1. elektrowlad

    elektrowlad New Member

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    Pics of the gauldur amulet and an amulet of talos I made, for an australian friend of mine.
    Made of modelling clay, and, as with all of my props, soaked in superglue for more strength. Thankfully, I'm quite good with a fishing rod (If I do say so myself) so I managed to get the ropes looking decent as well (i admit, I was just bragging, those knots have nothing to do with fishing)

    I've put a playing card there as well, for scale. Photobucket uploaded this image on it's side, no idea why, buy I hope you like them :

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  2. Bob Wobbaz

    Bob Wobbaz Member

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    Wow, they both look fantastic! Love the Gauldur Amulet!
     
  3. poopymcbutthole

    poopymcbutthole Sr Member

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    awesome work! i plan on going out to this old creek and collecting more fossilized bones and teeth to work with on projects
     
  4. elektrowlad

    elektrowlad New Member

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    Actual bone huh ? Hmm, sounds like a good idea.

    I remember the fishing trips back in the old days, there was a slaughter house on the edge of the town, I used to go there to get maggots for bait :lol they had a huge pile of bones in the middle of a field. Maybe that's a good source for bones ? Times might have changed however, they probably turn those bones into hamburgers nowadays....but it might be worth a shot...
     
  5. poopymcbutthole

    poopymcbutthole Sr Member

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    LOL! It is true , can not even buy hamburger meat at 95% lean without it having bone in it
     
  6. Angelus Lupus

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    Nice amulets! The soaking in glue idea is new to me, is it as messy as I imagine, and does it fill in the fine detail/carving?
     
  7. MrNixon

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    These look great, well done!
     

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