Here's a picture of a slightly different bolt pistol - the Inqiusition Bolt Pistol! This was actually completed a while ago, I just forgot to share pics hehe
Swapping out the winged skulls from the previous pistol and replacing them with my Inquisition Rosettes, and an appropriate color scheme, turned this into the personal sidearm of the Inquisitor of my Dark Heresy RPG!
Had a bit time beyond all the orders to make a new mask!
I painted the black plastic mask with brilliant greenblue and golden pigments and decorated it with six swordfeathers and a eyefeather from the peacock. The horn is sculpted from green polymerclay, painted with bluegreen pigments too.
"Balrog" and "Fae" colors will only be at Dragon*Con next weekend!
I will be making 10 of each color and no more! If you want a chance at one of these colors you need to get to my booth at Dragon Con! Here's how to find me there:
"How to find me at DragonCon: My table will be in the dealer's room that is DOWNSTAIRS in the International Hall room with the giant glass doors/windows. Not the Artists Alley ( wrong hotel) and not in the two Exhibitor rooms that are across from each other. This dealer's room is pretty much at the back of the hotel ( or the front, depending on your perspective), go all the way down the escalators. See a room with an all glass front and a ton of tables in it? Bam! I'm in there... look for my banner. I'm bringing art, dolls, shirts, barrettes and all kinds of stuff.
I will be under the "Ruth Thompson's Tarnished Images" block of tables in the dealers room listing. "
I will be at the con table friday- monday during dealers hours!
I made an Omni Tool from the game Mass Effect. It's made out of plexiglass and acryllic. I used EL wire for the lighting effect. I think it's pretty good for a first attempt using materials I've never used before.
This is my Bioshock Motorized Patriot mask for a future cosplay. Mask was sculpted out of clay, cast in resin and painted with acrylics. Rest of the costume is currently on hold............to many other projects.