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  • ▲ Star Wars Chest Box part 1 // cosplay prop // painting & weathering

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    ▲ How to make a Star Wars pilot chest box life support plate thingie!

    I cosplay as my own original character within the Star Wars universe. A force sensitive being who carries a lightsaber but does not shy away from a good blaster. He's a bit of a mercenary and bounty hunter. He's a saber for hire and will fight as long as the credits are right. Mostly good but far from a monk at a Jedi temple.

    Supplies: Search "switch panel" or "toggle switches" on ebay to find something you think might be suitable... or scratch build it! Rattle cans of paint (that Krylon metallic silver one was fantastic!). Some masking tape and some liquid vinyl.

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    Hi! I'm Billi Maddox and I'm gonna mess this up so that you don't have to!

    You're watching Maker Maddox where I try to work on a tutorial / DIY / how to project every Thursday with a slight possibility at a silly video or vlog on some Tuesdays!

    I mostly make stuff with a nerdy slant but they range from prop building and weathering (which I love) to bookbinding. I actually have a lot of mashup / custom repaint and upcycle projects as well as Lego MOC and cosplay stuff.

    I have a tiny maker space so mostly do table top style projects where I work with paper, cardboard, plastics, resin, wood and silicone. In the future I'd love to learn more about making my own vinyl figures and enamel lapel pins. My workshop is small but mighty!

    Thanks so much for subscribing and if you ever have any questions feel free to leave them in the comments as I try to get back to everyone with at least a "Thanks!" I'm very excited to connect with the maker community of youtube! Show less
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