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1  NUKA-Grenade Fallout in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by vintagerobot09 on: February 09, 2012 09:10:08 PM

My husband is a helpless nerd, and I'm a helpless romantic... So I made him this!
Can, paint, old wires, paint, nuts and glue!

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2  Batman Sweater in Clothing: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by vintagerobot09 on: February 09, 2012 03:54:36 AM

Sweater+tshirt fabric+stitching and VIOLA!

I love it. Smiley
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3  Zombie Makeup in Costumes: Completed Projects by vintagerobot09 on: February 09, 2012 03:49:51 AM
My Husband and I wanted some different engagement photo's to announce that we were finally getting married... We both love gaming and zombies and nonsense and I had seen some similar pictures on Pinterest.   Aaaanyways. We needed a zombie, so I commandeered a friend from school. An hour and a half later...

This is a good shot of the brain ick... the majority of his teeth had fallen out by then.

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The shots turned out great. His mother thought they were "UnGodly".
So I got good shots AND a giggle out of it.

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4  Mass Effect Nerf Gun in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by vintagerobot09 on: February 09, 2012 03:27:33 AM
Soooooo. My husband is on a trip this week and I'm hoping to surprise him with a house full of goodies when he gets back! This is my version of a Mass Effect gun for my hubby!

First I took a regular Nerf Gun and spray painted it grey
(I felt cheap at the store... so the paint did crack... but it's okay. I added a few more coats!)

Painters tape off all of the places I wanted to keep grey.

This is how it turns out... it's a little messy so I just went back and fixed it with a brush.

Finished product. Smiley
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5  Harry Potter Party Wands (image pudgy) in Completed Projects by vintagerobot09 on: August 04, 2009 01:34:34 PM
SO. Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince party that my friends and I were planning was racing toward me...and I've always wanted all of us to have wands for the event. However...spending hours with an exacto knife and a dowel rod didn't exactly sound like my cup o' tea! So, defeated, I browsed the web looking for other options and behold! A random add on the side of my screen "Make Harry Potter wands out of Paper!".

So, 3 paper cuts and hot glue gun burns later...  

Wood: BirchCore: Dragon Heartstring

Wood: YewCore: Runespoor Fang

Wood: WillowCore: Chimaera Scale

Wood: RosewoodCore: Hippogriff Talon
(Note: I changed the stone before I gave it as a gift...it looks like a nasty toenail in this picture!)

Hannah posing with her wand in front of the Theater.


I'll admit that they aren't fantastic... but I am working on more, practicing, hoping to make better ones.
But please, comments, critiques, it's all welcome.
Thanks for looking    Cheesy
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