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Blind Squirrel Props has a good step-by-step on making this prop. I have to say I am impressed by some of the prop makers out there.Army of Darkness was such a great film. The shtick was just right. It's right up there with Toxic Avenger.
Thanks for the link Props! I'll be sharing this one over on my fav Steampunk (yeah, I don't wanna hear it) forum. I did a little exploring on his blog and discovered his technique of using puff paint to create rained runes on his Sauron helm. I'm definately stealing that technique! :)
@ CoastConFanI love AoD, but I've never been able to get into any of the Troma films. Which is a bit bizarre, since I find every behind-the-scenes feature about Lloyd Kaufman and his studio absolutely fascinating. He's so damn gleeful and full of energy that you get caught up in his enthusiasm.@ PhilIf more steampunk projects had this level of craftsmanship the world would be a much better place.And the puff paint idea is brilliant.
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