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This is the template for the Ebon Hawk model. (13MB download)

The template is composed of 19 pages; a cover sheet and a page with the optional landing gear with struts do not need to be printed if you are not inclined. Remember that you can just make the 'feet' and glue them in a stowed position or, if you wish, simply don't make them at all. The model is identical to the in-game model with only a tiny number of alterations to make it easier to build. I labelled the parts as clearly as I could but you'll need the associated instructions to build this and it wouldn't hurt to take a good look at images of the ship in-game (or at the actual mesh if you can acquire it, I cannot add it as it is not my property, though I can tell you that it's extractable from the game). Instructions will be added as soon as I can.

I would like to thank the Anonymous person who extracted the model and mesh and converted them into a format I could use, this model could not have been created without your efforts.

UPDATE: I noticed that more than a few people have been kind enough to post news of the model on their blogs/sites. If it is not too much trouble would you mind ensuring that people understand that the model and all updates can be found here, I think a lot of people have downloaded without understanding that the instructions are being continually worked on and uploaded in chunks.

Clickie the nice download button on the right side of the screen to get the goods. :)

UPDATE: Quick link to the instructions - [link]
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My scp - 682 poseable art doll :iconscpplz:
The head, feets and bones are made of super sculpey living doll and painted
with acrylic colors.
The fur are minky fabric
Scp - 682: They were.........disgusting!

Commissions here:neutron-quasar.deviantart.com/…

Scp - 682 from scp containment breach
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Hey, you'd be happy to if you got a little head!!!

Carved in Mahogany about 13" tall.
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Moose are such wonderful creatures. Then I wondered "Hmm what would a moose mixed with a dragon look like?".

Shazam! Thus was a moose dragon born.

This little guy is a deep chocolate brown mixed with a small amount of sparkle black. The antlers were carefully made by hand out of tan polymer clay over a wire armature then carefully attached to the top of the head.

The dragon was created completely by hand out of premium polymer clay.

Dimensions of the dragon are 2" x 3" x 4".

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Made to enter into the D&B giveaway on Facebook!
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Also entered into the Dragons-Organisation dragon anomalies contest!  :

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This sculpture is for sale on Etsy! - www.etsy.com/listing/180195143…?
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A few weeks ago, I was lucky enough to meet and learn a bit from Roy Wooley. For those of you who don't recognize Roy, he recently starred in seasons 3 and 5 of the popular (and amazing!) Special Effects competition show, SyFy's Face Off. :iconsyfy-face-off:

To commemorate the occasion, and because I was a huge fan of his work in the shows, I decided to get crafting and made this little Fluffle for him!

This Fluffle was hand sewn using fashion fur fabric with felt eyes, cheeks and fangs, as well as puff paint on the eyes and horns. And, of course, I couldn't forget his cowboy hat, so I picked one up at the local craft store.
The Fluffle body pattern was adapted from Tally's Treasury.

Roy on Facebook: www.facebook.com/RoyWooleyFx
Roy's Website: www.roywooleyfx.com/
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This is the final display version of my Dragon Age Inquisition helmet and is the one I will be shipping off to Bio Ware.  The helmet is resin cast and hand painted with rattle cans and then acrylics.  The base and plaque were designed by me and cut by a friend with his CNC machine.  The cloth has been worn and burned just to break up the back and give it a splash of color.

 

You can follow my prop builds t www.facebook.com/stevenksmithprops

 

and see the full build on the RPF here www.therpf.com/f9/dragon-age-i…

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Another snow storm here in Missouri.  Well it lets me reshoot my Dragon Age helmet with some splattered blood.  Helmet is resin cast and hand painted.

You can see the build here www.facebook.com/stevenksmithprops


Check out the build on Instructables www.instructables.com/id/Build…

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Birthday gift for :iconvenikins: Hug
 
Heart
 
Party

 









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Thought I would share this book that I've made with everyone.

Materials I've used :
- Natural Washable Craft Paper Fabric as the cover. Imported from U.S.
- Taiwan Fine Smooth Canvas (black) as the back cover. Very thick and good quality.
- Sea Blue thread to bind the signatures together.
- 16 signatures (48 pages, yellow and white papers), 120gsm.
- Satin green ribbon as a closure for the book. It is attached to the book.
- Silver book corners.

Size of the book 15.5 cm x 22 cm. (Width x Length).

Designed the cover of the book myself and hand bounded with care.

The book cover is drawn using :
- Fabricolor twin pen
- uniPin Fine Line Water and Fade Proof Pigment Ink (0.1)
- Artist Sketching Pen Alcohol-based permanent Ink (Sepia)

I have tested the cover by adding a bit of water on it. The pattern does not smudge and the "fabric" does not soak up like normal craft paper.



SOLD


If interested and you want to know more information on the book, please note me :)

Pre orders are OPEN.
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Here is one of the new test shots from a shoot in September. Props and costume by me photot by Michelle Ramos

Follow my prop building www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Stev…

See more of Michelle's photography www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Mich…

I sell my props on my etsy site here www.etsy.com/shop/Captainhask
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