Archive for the ‘Prop/Replica’ Category

Cucco Plush

Monday, February 16th, 2015

Zeldette of Etsy store ZeldettePlushies makes some lovely things, including this pretty awesome Cucco!

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It looks like it will cluck at any moment! Better not hit it, though.
Zeldette has plenty more Zelda stuff in her shop, such as a fabulous Bunny Hood and even a baby Zora!

Via: Etsy

Concrete Thwomp

Thursday, January 1st, 2015

I have a Thwomp in my bedroom, it is a plush and scarily accurate looking. However, being plush prevents it from being as accurate as this concrete masterpiece:
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The maker wrote a how-to guide so everyone can have a Thwomp (if they want one, that is. And why wouldn’t you?) I have to say, I never thought of using concrete for a craft project!

Via: Sprite Stitch Pinterest Board and Instructables

ZF-1 Blueprint

Saturday, November 22nd, 2014

After some great feedback on his recent lightsaber blueprint, Sprite Stitch’s Lord Libidan decided to do another. This time he’s chosen a weapon from his favourite movie, The Fifth Element.

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The gun is called the ZF-1 and the blueprint shows all of its different features in wonderfully stitched detail. Fantastic job, LL!

Via: Sprite Stitch Forums

LEGO Movie Costume

Sunday, November 2nd, 2014

Our very own funkymonkey from the forums made this awesome costume. She did a great job! Check out this video of it in action – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2LbVwpj12dw

Majora’s Mask sculpture

Wednesday, October 15th, 2014

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Artist Natsy Alencar creates some pretty amazing things. This sculpture was so cute I just had to share!

[nerdsandgamersftw]

Mega Man Mega Buster Gun Replica

Saturday, August 9th, 2014

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It’s a full-sized replica, with lights and sounds. ThinkGeek says, “Turn it on and you’ll hear a power up sound and watch the power meter fill up. Reach in, grab the handle, and you’re ready for action. Quickly pull the trigger and you’ll hear a single fire sound and the end will flash. Hold in the trigger, though, and you’ll watch the power meter fill and the sound intensify until you release the trigger, firing a charged shot!” 

It could be fun. I have to say, though, that for $79.99 they could include the 3 AA batteries. ;)

via[ThinkGeek]

Portal Test Chamber Door

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014

ThunderMoustache made this without stencils, all hand-drawn with black and silver Sharpies and a ruler.

via[TheSpriteStitchPinterestBoard]