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Infernal Orchestrina by Twist3dShadows Infernal Orchestrina by Twist3dShadows
A really horrible picture of the Infernal Orchestrina that my friend ~ohduckzor and I made for her MtP Pyro cosplay.
Better pictures will come later when it's not one in the morning and I find my better camera.
I also took pictures of the process, and will upload those in time, as well as give a short explanation of how I made this lovely prop.
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tobi-2012 Feb 14, 2013  Student General Artist
Nothing can describe my wants.
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pazoex Aug 16, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Oh my glob, you did well!!
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Twist3dShadows Aug 19, 2012  Student General Artist
Thank you! ^ ^
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:iconohduckzor:
and you said tin foil wouldn't work ha! suck it.
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Twist3dShadows Aug 16, 2012  Student General Artist
Yeah yeah. xD
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Kai-ni Aug 14, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Fantastic work.
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Twist3dShadows Aug 14, 2012  Student General Artist
Danke~ :3
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CaptainAtomic Aug 12, 2012  Student Filmographer
Very nice work, how did you pull off the big horn on tip, i also have plans to make one :D
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Twist3dShadows Aug 12, 2012  Student General Artist
Thank you! The horn itself is actually made from tin foil, paper mache, and paper clay. XD
My friend OhDuckzor and I worked on this prop together. She thought of the idea of using tin foil as the base of the horn (so under all of that is a horn shaped piece of tin foil lol), and then covering it with paper mache. I then got some paper clay and filled in the dips and made the surface as smooth as possible though sanding, then coated it with mod podge. Then I proceeded to spray paint it. :D
I took some pictures of my process and will be uploading them later this week for anyone who wants a reference to how this prop was made. ^ ^
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CaptainAtomic Aug 12, 2012  Student Filmographer
Interesting method, i may look into it, and i look forward to some more pictures
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