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Bladeslinger Armour by TimeTurbine Bladeslinger Armour by TimeTurbine
This Williams armor from the new game Bladeslinger. I was commissioned to do this for the producer of Kerosene Productions who released the game a few weeks ago. All I have is the gun blade left.
The armor is all made by hand out of 16ga coldrolled steel. The repousse was a bitch, I raised out all the highest points first and then from the outside do clean up work with jeweling chasing chisels and hammers for the big stuff. The robot arm was a particularly challenging project as the design team didn't make it like a gauntlet but it needed to fit like one. And every god damn finger plate had a stupid amount of high relief repousse, and you can't even see most of it. But it's all there, through and through.
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:iconyume-chan05:
yume-chan05 Oct 31, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
that is a cool pic *o*
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:iconrodcrison:
cool very cool !!!!
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irondog1 Jun 6, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
This is awesome! :3
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:icontimeturbine:
TimeTurbine Jun 6, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks very much, that was a big project!
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:iconaetheranvil:
Normally you see stuff like this cast&molded, made out of resign, a prop. Though this functions as a prop, this really is an amazing piece, and by making it correctly, out of metal, just holds that much more impact! All it takes is for someone to touch it and that moment of clarity is there! Nothing shatters the illusion like resin or plastic. Absolutely outstanding work!
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:icontimeturbine:
TimeTurbine May 21, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Gosh thanks man, sorry the pictures aren't very good. Thanks a bunch!
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:iconaetheranvil:
No worries, just duly impressed! Can't wait to see more!
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Blitsen Dec 10, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
You never cease to amaze me with your work o_o
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:icontimeturbine:
TimeTurbine Dec 11, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks very much.
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:iconcusmith:
Very impressive. I'm surprised that you went with material as thick as 16 ga. Is this intended for any kind of use other than display / costume armour?
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