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steampunk gun: barrel detail by ToddryElliott steampunk gun: barrel detail by ToddryElliott
this is a close up of the barrel of my gun. the gears are clock gears and, even with all the pant, the barrel spins and the gun fires like new.
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RancorKing Featured By Owner May 28, 2009
Very Cool Piece :)

Good work

I hope I get near that quality at some point. I am just starting out on painting water guns. It has been fun to, and also lots of work figuring out how to use some techniques. I do like the way you aged your piece. Very well done. :)
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ToddryElliott Featured By Owner May 28, 2009  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
thanks! it's all in the layers. i also take the whole thing apart and paint each part individually. you have some good pieces. i'd be interested to see your style evolve. keep it up!
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RancorKing Featured By Owner May 28, 2009
First off, Thank you for the kind words, I have heard about people taking the Nerf guns completely apart to make some kick butt guns. I plan to buy a Vulcan at some point and steampunk it up. only after I get really good at painting because I don't want to drop a pretty nickle on it until my skills are much better. I have hopes for my style. They come from years of art training. Thank the heavens for the painting classes I have taken. They have come in handy. I just need to take more of them. Thanks for responding. :)
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ToddryElliott Featured By Owner May 28, 2009  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
no problem!
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