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Nerf Vulcan EBF-25 WWII Mod

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WWII Nerf Returns from Past to Annihilate Future! I present to you my Nerf Vulcan EBF-25 with WWII Paint Modification. This was by far the coolest thing Nerf has put onto the market, the problem was it was hideously colored. I can't blame them it is after for kids but I'm a big kid. I was inspired by some of the other imaginative paint modifications out there and decided to give it a go. I did a three gun series of these, you can see the rest in my gallery.


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Image details
Image size
1348x899px 394.85 KB
Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III
Shutter Speed
1/160 second
Aperture
F/20.0
Focal Length
50 mm
ISO Speed
100
Date Taken
Dec 4, 2008, 3:59:46 PM
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Propagations's avatar
Beautiful paint job.
Cooper31's avatar
is it a grenade launcher or a machine gun? :?
hazeypics's avatar
hey man, looooving your paint scheme, any close up shots anywhere?
ps. have you taken any apart? I'm pondering it for spray painting separately 


MakkoraRND's avatar
Hey, I started a build similar to this one, I'd really appreciate it if you'd check it out :D
MakkoraRND's avatar
Just a quick question: do you add a clear coat of paint after you drybrush all the details onto the blaster?
roren001's avatar
That's insane.
SaraSchool's avatar
AMAZING. I can't even imagine this with the green and orange and all that of unpainted nerf equipment. The detailing on this is mind-boggling. I'm repainting my nerf, hopefully I can get it to look anywhere near this cool
DragonmanX-90's avatar
If you sanded this down before painting, what type did you use/suggest for painting?
MakkoraRND's avatar
You should use Krylon Fusion, you don't need to sand or prime with it. If you can't get your hands on that, try vinyl dye, which can be found at auto shops.
kurtredpanda's avatar
First of all: Congratulations! It's AWESOME!

Please, do you have any tutorial? What was your process? How do you got that "scratches" effect? With silver and black paint? Wich comes first?

Please! I got tottally inspired by your work, I NEED to do something like this to my Maverick!

If possible, reply with a private IM, please! Thanks and congratulations!
It lookks hot how u do the battle effect & was it spray painted or dry brushed ? cuz i dnt kno what comes 1st, 2nd or 3rd lol
The-ARSENAL's avatar
This inspired me to make my own custom Vulcan. Maybe you could give me some tips\advise on painting effects. One day I hope to make mine look this good. I made a custom front piece out of 24 gauge sheet metal for my Vulcan & really love it.
Here's mine;
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amazingmore work than I put into my other ones! wishing I could use a paint brush too.
ShadowGyrlBrice's avatar
very inspiring. I may just have to do something with mine. The other team is always spotting the blaze orange/yellow colors of mine.
Fiddyman237's avatar
it looks like you constructed the ammo box. As far as I know, the gun only comes with an ammo belt. What materials did you use, how did you shape it, and how does it attach to the gun?
GrimSheeper's avatar
This is an amazing modification, I love the silver highlights and scratches on the barrel, just like the green paint.
68Dusty's avatar
Reminds me of Halo 3 a little and fallout 3 at the same time...
Natster43's avatar
I like the paint job on it. Nice work.
noelzzz's avatar
Awesome work! I just got my own Vulcan yesterday, can't wait to mod it.
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