My design of the sword of protection from She-Ra and the Princesses of Power season 5!
It’s mostly built from reference images from the show but since there’s not a lot of great reference images and what looks good in a cartoon doesn’t always look good irl I have made some of my own touches to it.
The sword itself is 120 cm’s long and comes in about 12-14 parts depending on how you want to print it. Most parts that make up the blade and the hilt will have a round hole in the middle of it with a diameter of 1cm. This is so you can put a rod in there for extra structural integrity.
Otherwise have fun with this, if you want anything modified or find something wrong with the print please let me know and I’ll have a look. Also if you print it and post photos you can tag me on insta with @rwcosplay. Would love to see how it turns out (:
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