V for Vendetta Prop ( not the mask)

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  1. THEWRAPOFCONS

    THEWRAPOFCONS Well-Known Member

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    After watching V for Vendetta and after years of watching me make prop replicas my best friend decided t try his hand at it. So I let him use my workshop and he came up with this great looking replica of the Fingerman's badge from the movie. I made a mold and poured up a few and he did some trial and error weith painting and got this finished badge. Next I will be helping him t do the leather case.

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  2. Mike J.

    Mike J. Master Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Cool.


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  3. LogansRunner

    LogansRunner Well-Known Member

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    Looks REALLY good.
     
  4. MegaPrime33

    MegaPrime33 Well-Known Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    That's really good. Great job.
     
  5. shuktuki

    shuktuki Sr Member

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    Thats nice
    i was thinking of making myself one of those
    at a rough guess i would say its about 3 inches by 1 and a half
    let me know how far out i am
     
  6. Kris

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    I just recieved this kit, and with the look of this screencap:

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    It looks
    Shiney Silver,
    Mat Black
    and shiney Red.

    Correct ? :)

    How do I do this all ? I can paint and all, but do I need to clean the resin kit, or anything ? :)
     
  7. Mike J.

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    Yes, you will need to clean the resin, to remove any mold-release agent and ensure proper adhesion of paint.


    -Mike

    Slightly better screencap:

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  8. Kris

    Kris Sr Member

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    <div class='quotetop'>(Sith Sheriff Brody @ Jun 21 2006, 04:56 PM) [snapback]1265120[/snapback]</div>
    I still prefer the mat blank. :)
     
  9. Kris

    Kris Sr Member

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    So it's washed. Now what ? paint ? :D
     
  10. Mike J.

    Mike J. Master Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Well, you'd wanna sand the back down so it's flat, and fill any bubbles in the resin; then prime, then paint.


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