Keroga Forge specializes in making custom props based on films, comic books, and video games — they tackle original designs as well. One of their recent builds was a replica of the blaster carried by Destro in G.I. Joe. The prop started with a sketch on a paper template. It was cut from what appears to be MDF board with thinner layers built up for details. The sight on the top was shaped from wood using a lathe. Once the basic shaping was complete, the wood base was molded in order to make a resin cast.
You can see additional photos at Keroga Forge’s Facebook page.
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