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December 16, 2015 AT 4:00 am

Making of Nova’s Rifle – Heroes of the Storm #WearableWednesday

Nice prop making tutorial from KamuiCosplay on YouTube featuring some Adafruit products.

If you also want to get into Cosplay, check out my tutorial books!
https://www.kamuicosplay.com/product-…

One of my biggest projects this year is Master Nova from Heroes of the Storm. She is still not done, but I’m excited to share the making of her rifle at least, haha!

Check out my new crafting book for cool prop guns!
https://www.kamuicosplay.com/product/…
I even uploaded the blue print for this prop!
https://www.kamuicosplay.com/product/…

This project was mainly done with EVA foam and a 3mm MDF wood board as a core. I laser cut all pieces, installed around 2 meters of LED strip inside and separated the whole build into 3 parts.

Materials were high density EVA foam in 2mm, 5mm and 10mm from
http://cosplayshop.be/product/eva-foa…
LED strips, 5V Trinket, a Powerboost 500c and a 6600 mAh lipo battery from
www.adafruit.com
My laser cutter is from https://fslaser.com/

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