I finally got some time to work on the Rayven and it’s really pulling together. Sorry for the blue tape in the photo, that will be removed soon enough
This will hit 80′ with stock darts when it’s done. I can’t wait for the next NERF war!
Here’s the new finish for Mal’s pistol. I still have a few silver accents to add and it will be complete. I tried to keep it a little brighter than the actual screen used prop, just because it looks better in my opinion. Accurate isn’t alway pretty
I got to use my extra firefly props finally
This was another “realistic” paintjob, I’m hoping the next one will be a brass one-off. That should look really cool.
Let me me know what you think! 😉
This little guy isn’t tiny, but he’s a great fit for a lady sized hand. Sorry I didn’t go for the pink this time, but I hope a Tiffany blue kind of color still works
Ok guys, I think they bought it on the blue…you can still buy this and be a cool guy! 😉
Putting the finishing touches on the wooden maverick, what do you guys think about the red?
It’s getting close! The trigger guard it in place and now just assembly and some more detail work now that I know I won’t mess it up fiddling about
Sharpie marker will not be included with the blaster rifle!
Although I like the regular tactical look this has, I’m really excited to get the paint on this gun as it will be much more interesting to look at The Mass Effect Valkyrie. The red power button will look more appropriate once thing are done just if anyone wondered
Weathered up this scout and decided to try out my new rubber coating. It’s designed for dipping so applying with a brush was a bit tricky. After a few tries I think it came out cool and properly weathered to match the rest of the gun. It feels good too, like there’s actually something other thank plastic in your hand
Just a few more small details and it’s ready to ship out to its new Spartan owner!
So I finally got a chance to finish shaping the trigger guard. Now I just need to cement it in and add epoxy putty to blend the spot that meets at the grip. I’ll then be ready to do final assembly and then we can see just how mean this beast looks!