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Gungnir - Nerf Gun Mod

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A Maverick Nerf gun that was disassembled and reworked with acrylic paint. It still works just fine.

More stuff that was done a while ago. I'm not sure why it never got posted. The brainchild of ~JavanDrakar and I, we're slowly decorating the small library nook of the apartment with a Steampunk/Lovecraft theme.

The other completed pistol can be found here: [link]

If you are interested in commissioning a similar pistol, please note me.


If you like this, please consider commissioning me. [link]
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PhunkyDez's avatar
Yet another 'nerf gun paint job' This NOT what Steampunk is about. It is about creating your own design of a gun. OK, use a nerf gun as a start point but at least add some mods too it ffs
MASCH-ART's avatar
super draw and model:) (Smile):) (Smile)
How do i buy one of these
willie2022's avatar
Ive been wanting to try this for myself for a while. What color paints did you use? 
11338325's avatar
Such a beautiful gun. I'd love to buy this from you.
josethclay's avatar
What painting method was used on this ?
bdunn1342's avatar
I dry brush with metallic craft acrylic over a spray painted base.
josethclay's avatar
thank you  very much
bdunn1342's avatar
No problem.  Sorry it took me so long to get back to you.
josethclay's avatar
dont worry about it
apeculiarpersonage's avatar
I was wondering, how long does it take to make something like this? What sort of supplies are needed and how much do they cost?
bdunn1342's avatar
Hmm...it really depends on your method. It takes longer if you take it apart, but I find it's easier to keep clean lines and get to all of the little areas. However, I'm not the one that does the assembly here, ~zombiecook does. It probably takes us 12 - 16 hours, painting and assembly.

As to supplies, I don't really know what you're starting with, but I'll try to give a full list. Though I don't have prices on the incidentals. I use a Dremel, various grades of sandpaper, a set of tiny screwdrivers, and a set of flat acrylic brushes.

In addition to that, the base Maverick ($10 - $15), spray paint for the base ($5 - $10), metallic craft acrylic (about $3 a bottle), craft sealant ($3 - $5). The cost is relative to the number of colors you use. For the above piece, I used 10 colors of metallic craft acrylic. You could certainly use less if you're trying to save money. I just use 2 or 3 paints on each 'color section' to add depth and richness to the tone.
TheWolfJarl's avatar
Did you use sandpaper to get the Nerf logo off it?
bdunn1342's avatar
It's actually buffed off with a Dremel sanding head. Then I sand the rest by hand to polish of burrs of plastic and make the plastic take the spray paint base color better.
why do you have to take it apart when you paint it?
bdunn1342's avatar
You don't *have* to take it apart. I choose to for a couple of reasons. If it's disassembled, I don't have to worry about getting spray paint (which I use as a base coat) in the internal moving parts. I also find it's easier to keep the different colors cleaner (there is less accidental bleed from one piece to another).

I hope this clarifies it. :)
yes it does, thank you for the reply ^^
bdunn1342's avatar
You're most welcome.
Mattesp's avatar
In case anyone's wondering, Gungnir was Thor's Spear, second only to the hammer Mjollnir.
Also:
Badass.
Mattesp's avatar
Also, I got here by searching "Lovecraft Gun". Great hob with the tags. :P
bdunn1342's avatar
Thank you so much for the love! :heart:
Mattesp's avatar
In case anyone's wondering, Gungnir was Thor's Spear, second only to the hammer Mjollnir.
Also:
Badass.
Mattesp's avatar
Oh whoops. You're right, it's Odin's. Sorry 'bout that.
Actually Gungnir is *Odin's* spear, not Thor's... Mjollnir is Thor's hammer though!
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