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August 1, 2017 AT 9:00 am

How to Make 3D Printed Flexible Prop Weapons

As 3D printing has become more accessible, making replicas of props and weapons for cosplay has become easier. Even if you don’t know how to model in a 3D program, lots of makers share their files and patterns available for free or a nominal cost online. One way to ensure your 3D printed props are more durable for cosplay or film-making is to make them flexible. Punished Props has a how-to detailing the method for making flexible versions of Genji’s shuriken that you can apply to other weapons.

Get more cosplay tutorials from Punished Props at their YouTube channel.

via Punished Props


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