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Oathkeeper Tutorial by athensis Oathkeeper Tutorial by athensis
Since I had all the work-in-progress pictures, so I thought why not make a tutorial for this lol. Feel free to ask anything if its unclear or if theres any questions! ^^


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:iconkiripipapillon:
kiripipapillon Dec 30, 2013  Student Interface Designer
Umm... may i ask if this method allow me to swing it? 8Da
bcz im planning to make one and do some dynamic shoot.. oTL
or if i may ask, do you have any tips on it? :D thank you~ :3
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:iconathensis:
Hi there, so sorry for the late reply! 

I won't recommend to swing it, unless you use a strong enough base which probably add on the weight. But if you are strong enough to swing it regardless of the weight, I'll suggest using a single piece of wood as the base for durability. Hope this helps!
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kiripipapillon Feb 5, 2014  Student Interface Designer
Ah.. alright.. xD i will try it out hahaha im noob in this props making so thanks for the tips! :D

ohoh! is the clay gonna crack? :/
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:iconathensis:
So sorry for the late reply! Hope it helped, and hmm as the prop is not with me so I'm not that sure, but I think there are some hairline cracks after the clay dried. But a few coats of paint over it should do the trick!
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:iconlightning-zoz:
i love u <3 ='D i was thinking about a way to make a key blade , and my skills with clay are pretty good so this idea helped aloot
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:iconathensis:
Glad to be of help! ^___^)b
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:iconabiisnice:
would this work with wood instead of corrugated plastic? :)
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:iconathensis:
So sorry for the late reply!

It'll depends, as wood would be stronger and easier to work with, but also would mean heavier weight. ^^
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:iconyukiangel51:
hey hows it goin. i was wondering if ud recommend this to someone who is very much a beginnier in cosplay or props cause this would be my second time trying to make a prop so yea
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:iconathensis:
Hey, sorry for the slow reply! Hmm I would suggest to practice a little on molding and handling clay before actually starting? Otherwise I see no reason not to try out xD

All the best!
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