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A Highly Detailed Stargate Anubis Guard Helmet

Crafts of Two are no strangers to loading their costumes with details. Their Garrus Vakarian design has several. But this Stargate Anubis guard helmet puts their dedication over the top. All the lines, swirls, and pieces of the intricate pattern were added by hand. This isn’t a 3D printed piece. You can view photos of the early stages of the Anubis helmet below and see how it’s become more complex. Crafts of Two says they used “resin, hands and looooots of sanding” on the build. They’re planning to cast a silicone mold from the final sculpt above.

View more photos at Crafts of Two’s Facebook page.

via The RPF


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