First up it is How To... make more details on a sword with just cheap and simple materials ;-)
|You will need... A sword you prepared ealier, PVA glue and some "white out", "twink", "pen eraser", whatever you call it|
|Step 1: Put a little Pva glue on the areas shown, I don't know what they are called but is is the pommle?|
then when the glue is starting to set add the first layer of twink/ white out.
This next tip is similar to Paul's one but I've used a slightly different material and one that you really don't have to use I just used it for fun and because there is so much of it lying around.
|Right get that cross bow you made earlier. Some PVA and some very thin string thread or hair.|
|Todays hair comes from the huge amount left behind by my very funny dog Oscar!|
|Step 1: Get somthing to hold the cross-bow in place. Add a bit of PVA glue to the stock and the ends of the now arms. next put the thread hair or string onto the bow, make sure it touches the PVA. Leave to dry|
|Step 1: You don't need any new equipment just the same as before so... Firt cut out.|
|Step 2: Scale it|
|Step 3: Hammer flat and shape|
|Step 4: Cut out a bit of paper fold it in half. Open it up apply PVA put sword in the middle of one half and fold both sides together and press together as shown. Leave to dry.|
|Step 5: Once dry cut to shape, bath in plastice glue, once the glue is dry add other details if desired, paint and done!|
|Not bad eh ;-D|