Joffrey Baratheon may be a despicable character, but the king does have nice threads. He wears richly embroidered tunics and an intricate crown – it’s understandable if you want to dress like him. Instructables user xeijix came up with a 3D model to print the crown on a PP3D printer. The printer worked on one half of the crown at a time; here’s what he did to assemble them:
After removing the scaffolding, I needed to sand the the crown a bit.
The crown from the show had a lot of textured marks on the crown, I opted not to add those textures. For my purposes, it wasn’t that important.
After sanding, I glued the pieces together with superglue.
I painted the crown with a can of Krylon gold spray paint.
After it’s painted, you could add pre-made jewels from the craft store or you could cast your own with resin and pigment.
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