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Making a Sword

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Re: Making a Sword

Postby StratosVX » Friday June 10th, 2016 12:14am

Helegak3 wrote:If I Google Search Thanto's Kit, I get only the earlier post. What is Thanto's Kit, and why is it not on the Internet?

Just click on the link he provided. It will take you to the item in his store.


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Re: Making a Sword

Postby Anderas » Friday June 10th, 2016 12:49am

I made swords from Styrene. That works.
Either you take .5mm styrene, then you glue two or three layers to the rough shape, then you file down to the exact shape.
Or you take a sheet of 1mm styrene or even fatter, and file directly down. The second option is faster but less beautiful. :)

Easiest is Thantos for sure!


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