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Incredibly past deadline comission number 2 by emptysamurai Incredibly past deadline comission number 2 by emptysamurai
Just need to rust the clock (still!) and age the yellow keycard.
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RoyStanton Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2013  Professional General Artist

Just want to say how much I admire ALL the work you've done on every single one of these Fallout props.  Your attention to detail is superb, your creativity in how to accomplish them is first rate, and your offering of the labels & such for others to use for their own personal projects just makes you kick ass cool.  I just finished making my first Nuka Cola bottle using your label and waterslide decal sheet, and I couldn't be happier.  And you've inspired me to start getting more ambitious in terms of making more props (weapons, etc.) from the game.

 

Bottom line: THANK YOU!!!!!!

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emptysamurai Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2013  Professional Artist
Very glad you like my work. I put way more effort into it than seems reasonable to most people. 24 hour workdays to finish things for customers is a regular thing unfortunately, but I manage to get by and don't pay for my art out of pocket if I do it right. It always feels sort of surreal when somebody says I have inspired them in any way. glad to help :D
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GirlGamer55 Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013
How did you make the keycards?
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emptysamurai Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013  Professional Artist
had the originals 3d printed, then painstakingly finished them by hand with bondo spot putty and sculpting tools followed by sanding with 400 grit. then I made a mold and started casting them.
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GirlGamer55 Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013
Woof that's a lot of work.
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