Prop Tutorial: Sheath and Sword

 Posted by Sirin on October 10, 2011 at 7:55 pm  Add comments
Oct 102011
 

Lots of cosplays involve swords.  But what about sheaths? With this tutorial you learn to do both! Here is Knives with another tutorial this week on how to make a sheath and a sword!

In this video Knives demonstrates how to make a sword and sheath.  This sword however, is for more display purposes and not as durable as the previous sword in past tutorials.  Despite this these props are both relatively simple to make so come along in this 5 part tutorial

Materials Used:
Lambent Flooring
1/8 in. Medium Density Fiber Board (MDF)
#4 Half in. Philips Flat Head Wood Screws
1/2 in. PCV Pipe
1/2 in. Wood Dowel
Aluminum Type
Wood Ring
Friendly Plastic
Poster Board
White Glue
Cement Glue
Red Pleather
Tan, Gold and Mango Acrylic Paint

Tools Used:
Hand Saw
Exacto Knife
Heat Gun
Yanky Push Drill
Philips Screwdriver
Rasp
File
Scissors
Sponge Brushes
80 and 150 Grit Sanding Sponge
Fine Tip Marker
Rulers

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