Terrigen Crystal- Agents of Shield

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Bertnick

New Member
Hi everyone, this is the first time I write on this Forum. I'm Italian and I apologize in advance for my English.

Recently I made the Agents of Shield Crystal and would like to share with you the result achieved.
First of all I did a test with a simple crystal forms and superficial cuts.
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I used a 3D printer and I finished all the surface carefully to eliminate print lines.
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Then the way I have done a lot of tests of color. The resin that use takes 10 days to harden , but the result is a unique gloss and transparency .

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From there I started to do various tests for the black part within the crystal.
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After seeing that the crystal could be done I created a new form detailed and precise to the original.
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And finally after a lot of tests I was able to recreatet this crystal. Unfortunately the type of resin that I use erodes easily the silicone and its average duration is a few uses.
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What do you think about it?

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dhunpael

Active Member
wow, that is awesome.

How did you get the resin to work like that?
I mean with the black and stuff?
 

Bertnick

New Member
[QUOTE = dhunpael; 3736930]. Wow, Che E impressionante? Come Sei arrivato alla resina di Lavorare in Quel modo? Voglio dire con la roba nera e [/ QUOTE]

I have inserted a metal core.:)
 
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renaissance_man

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They look very good, congratulations I think you are the first to get a Terrigen crystal made that closely matches the original prop in colour and shape.

I couldn't quite tell from your photos but did you include the angled chipped off looking part at the base of your crystal?




This is an early render I did before adding the rest of the cracks, it has the sort of chipped looking part at the base of the crystal the same as the original prop, I was just wondering if you included that in your second model?
 

Bertnick

New Member
I honestly do not think I can manage to recreate the corner in the same way , because I make my casting from the base .
To simulate the cut I practice sanding subsequent hardening resin but is a uniform angle, not like in your 3D model. I hope that I explained.
 
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dhunpael

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[QUOTE = dhunpael; 3736930]. Wow, Che E impressionante? Come Sei arrivato alla resina di Lavorare in Quel modo? Voglio dire con la roba nera e [/ QUOTE]

I have inserted a metal core.:)
What metal core? tell me more please :lol
I want to make one as well :)
 
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renaissance_man

Sr Member
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I honestly do not think I can manage to recreate the corner in the same way , because I make my casting from the base .
To simulate the cut I practice sanding subsequent hardening resin but is a uniform angle, not like in your 3D model. I hope that I explained.
No problem, it is still a very nice recreation of the prop. Nicely done sir!
 

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