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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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iEevee Featured By Owner May 28, 2014
This. Is. Absolutely. Amazing! 
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kiripipapillon Featured By Owner 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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athensis Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2014
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 Featured By Owner 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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athensis Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2014
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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lightning-zoz Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2013
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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athensis Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2013
Glad to be of help! ^___^)b
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abiisnice Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013
would this work with wood instead of corrugated plastic? :)
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athensis Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2013
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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yukiangel51 Featured By Owner May 5, 2013
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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