Ripped this from New Vegas. Pretty sure same model from Fallout 3 as well. Got lots more New Vegas models coming soon. More info at my blog here [link] Need test builders for some of my model. So if you want to be the first to make one of my models I've ripped form the brand new Fallout game let me know must be able to take photo of it for the blog as well. Goto our team's forum for more info [link] Here is the post on what needs test building also [link]
I ripped the model from The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. This model gave me some problems because of its size but looks sweet! This is about life size I'de say and is at least 4 feet or taller. I'll have to measure it again I forgot exactly. You can download this papercraft here: [link]
This used to be my art class sketch book. I wanted to make a Fallout 3 prop, so I made it the Wasteland Survival Guide. The description on the back was taken from an actual survival book, I just altered some of the words to make it fit the Fallout world.
While my fiance noted that it should be titled the "Valuable Yet Unpawnable Amulet of Plot Advancement", deviantART doesn't offer that much space for a title. Either way, it's better known as the Amulet of Kings.
I do humbly apologize to any viewers who were somehow still unaware that I am an unbelievable nerd.
Anyway, in my continuing efforts to practice and improve my beading and wireworking techniques, the inspiration struck to make this.
For the center "stone", after having tried several other options (being that I am sorely lacking in gigantic red diamonds), using tons of red seed beads seemed to work the best... there are also quite a few other artistic licenses taken, like the swirls, but hey, it's made from wire and beads, mimicking faceted stones and cast metal, so I'm fairly proud of it.
Nerd, nerd, nerd...
This is based off of the item in Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, which is owned by Bethesda Softworks, though the wire design is a creation of my own.
The pendant itself measures approximately 1 3/4 by 2 1/2 inches.