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Hook Blade/Assassin Blade Prop Kits

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Published on Sep 14, 2013

Designed by Ammnra Creations
http://www.facebook.com/AmmnraCreations

Replica inspired by the mechanisms from the Assassin's Creed Universe (Ubisoft)

NOTE: This is a kit to build a toy replica inspired by the Hidden Blade from Assassin's Creed. This kit is designed specifically as a con-safe cosplay prop. The end of the prop is squared-off and blunt and is therefore in no way intended to create a potentially dangerous weapon. Any modification to the design as sold is outside the recommendation and responsibility of the creator and manufacturer of this kit.

Hook Blade Kit: http://shpws.me/oJyZ
Assassin Blade Kit: http://shpws.me/oLrT

Missing a part: http://www.shapeways.com/contact/cont...

Got a question about shipping: http://www.shapeways.com/support/ship...

Got a question about Materials: http://www.shapeways.com/materials

Want it pre-made:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/AmmnraCreations


Other Items used:
1/4 Elastic Bands (Light): http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002...
Foil Tape: Hardware Store
Sand Paper: Hardware Store (100-400 grit)
Paper Clips (1mm diameter wire): Staples
Fishing Line (0.5mm dia): Sports/Hobby Store
Black Acrylic Paint: Hobby Store (Americana Brand)
Super Glue: Hobby Store (Loctite 414)
Foam: Hobby Store (EVA 0.5" thick)
Straps: Hobby Store

Tools:
Razor Blade/Exacto
Clippers
Paint Brush
Old Tooth Brush
Drill/Dremel

Goofing around with finishing options:
http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbi...

The items on my Shapeways store are the kits I'm selling for now. The other versions (DAOTF, AC, AC2, ACB, etc) and other props would require ground-up re-designs to be Shapeways kits.

I've found dual action is a cool gimmick but I have yet to figure out a way that doesn't make the overall design significantly worse. I feel my gravity designs are the most visually faithful, reliable, comfortable, affordable, accessible and safe designs I have come up with that maintain the important elements for a cosplay/display piece. Perhaps one day I (or another more crafty person) will noodle out a way to integrate the DA functionality elegantly without such sacrifices but, despite all my efforts, I still haven't seen a way to add DA that I'd be happy enough with to sell.

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