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Space Marines / Re: Space Marine Bolt Pistol
« Last post by pablofiasco on February 07, 2017, 08:17:22 AM »
although it says Pepakura library, there is a 3d files section on it, just saying...
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Space Marines / Re: Space Marine Bolt Pistol
« Last post by ro-bin on February 07, 2017, 04:20:29 AM »
That is seriously awesome, it looks fantastic! I love the inscription also.

Any chance of you maybe providing the files for it?

Hope, soonely i'll find a time to prepare complete STL files and drop it somewhere. Drop me a personal message. So I have contact way, to inform.
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Space Marines / Re: Space Marine Bolt Pistol
« Last post by ro-bin on February 07, 2017, 04:19:19 AM »
Looks fantastic!  The details and painting are spot on.

What filament did you use in the printer?  And how much did you use?

Bro, Hi,
It took around 450 gr. of PLA. Because of huge size, I sliced it into 18 pieces.
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Space Marines / Re: A Space Wolf named StormClad
« Last post by ViolentDream on February 07, 2017, 03:38:49 AM »
Wow, it's been awhile since I logged in! I've finished this suit for some years now. Will post pics just to *close* this thread for StormClad :)
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Mutants, Xenos, and Heretics / Re: Iron Warriors Tactical Marine
« Last post by Tiberius on February 06, 2017, 06:40:55 AM »
Here's a little teaser pic, sorry for the bad quality

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Space Marines / Re: Storm Shield build
« Last post by Brother Androx on February 04, 2017, 05:06:05 PM »
Alrighty!  Today was a busy day, but I have a ways to go.  I am lucky enough to have a scroll saw so that helped a huge amount when cutting out the notches.  I beveled the blue cross but will take the Dremel to it and smooth out the edges.  The Laurel leaves need details pressed onto the facing and be glued, and the skull needs to be mounted. 

I'll keep posting as I progress through the other steps.
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General Costuming / Re: Sources for Foam?
« Last post by ThoraniosX on February 04, 2017, 04:04:42 PM »
You can get EVA Foam for cheap on Amazon (20$ for a 6-pack of 60cmx60cm mats)

I was actually trying to avoid the typical flooring tile pieces due to the size of template pieces. This way I can avoid as many seams as possible.
These guys are good too.  24" x 60" Eva foam sheets that are blank on both sides.  Up to 10mm thick.  I've ordered from there multiple times.

http://tntcosplaysupply.com/store/c2/EVA_Foam.html

I had actually saw these guys before, but was hoping to get 12mm thick sheets. I know 2mm isn't that far off, but the thickness would help.

Any opinions on 10mm vs 12mm?
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Space Marines / Storm Shield build
« Last post by Brother Androx on February 04, 2017, 10:47:26 AM »
I've decided to remove the chainsword from my arm and trade it for a storm shield.  The weight wasn't an issue but it would throw off the balance of the arm. 

Since I haven't found many build threads on a storm shield, I figured I'd start one.  Just building this by eye and Google photos.  Step one was to glue the 4 foam sheets together but it didn't feel stiff enough so I'm adding a thin layer of MDF between them.  It'll also give me something solid to bolt the handles to.
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Space Marines / Re: Space Marine Bolt Pistol
« Last post by Brother Androx on February 04, 2017, 09:20:34 AM »
Looks fantastic!  The details and painting are spot on.

What filament did you use in the printer?  And how much did you use?
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Space Marines / Re: Scratch-built space marine armor - any advice?
« Last post by Brother Androx on February 04, 2017, 09:17:29 AM »
This is the detailing I did with a soldering iron. I don't think I did too well, but it looks okay for the most part. I'll probably add some brimming from some of the super thin foam sheets I have.

I also did some of the initial details with the soldering iron and as you'll see in the photo, it just doesn't work.  My suggestion is to cut the details with your knife and open them with a heat gun.  Way cleaner, and better control of where the details go.

As for the knife, I use a heavy duty Olfa with the black blades.  They are seriously sharp. 
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