Weapons and armor made by web visitors

 

Have you made one of my projects? If yes then send me a picture! I would love to post it right here on this page!!!

Just send a picture of the project though. I like to keep it simple, no faces, people or children! Sorry!

And... I get a whole lot of email so nothing to worry about if you don't hear back from me for a couple of days. It takes me a bit of time to catch up. But I love these pics and will get back to you for sure!

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ABOUT THE SAW CLEAVERS! - This has turned out to be a very popular project so I have put the pics of them on this page here. If you made one it is here: Saw Cleavers!

 

ABOUT THE PLAGUE MASKS! - I Did a plague mask tutorial for Halloween and the response was so great that I had to create a separate page for all of the pics I got! If you made a plague mask and sent it to me the pic and all the other pics are right here: Plague Masks!!

 

 

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Alexis is currently working on my Frostmourne project and wow! It is coming out amazing. My thanks to her for sharing the pic with us!

 

 

Robert has used my tutorials to make himself a foil tape and foam board sword. I love it and I really like the shape of it a lot! My thanks to him for sharing this project with us.

 

Tony has used my tutorial to make himself a stone wall. Yes! But... he also used a technique that I talk about a lot. He made a test one first. Rather than make a large stone wall he made the smaller one you see here. This way he could test it, learn the technique I show of dry painting and more. Great job! My thanks to Tony for sharing the pic with us.

 

Greg has used my tutorial to make himself a wax seal stamper. But instead of using a bakeable clay he used a piece of brass which is an excellent substitution. It works better because the brass will cool the wax quickly! My thanks to him for sharing this project with me! His sister is making mead and he is giving this to her so she can wax stamp her mead bottles. I love it!

 

Here is the Skyrim Elven Bow made by Brandon. It came out absolutely amazing and he did a great job on the detail work! My thanks to him for sharing the picture with us! ( He also used my techniques and tips to make himself a Witcher sword which is quite amazing!)

 

 

Goph has used my tutorials to make a series of projects including the Spartan Sword, the Clash of the Titans sword and a pair of shields. My thanks to Goph for sharing this with us!

  

 

Here are the foam gauntlets made by Connie. She used her family crest as the ornamental detail. They came out great and I absolutely love the gold color! My thanks go to her for sharing the pic with us.

 

Here is the Dark Repulser made by Lena! It came out amazing and my thanks go to her for sharing the pic with us! She tells us about the color: I mixed aquamarine, neon green, black, and silver.

 

 

 

Here is the Cardboard Catapult made by Beck. I like it a lot. Nice work! My thanks to Beck for sharing the picture with us.

 

 

Here is the Cardboard Catapult made by John. I love it and I love the chocolate color of the cardboard! My thanks to John for sharing the picture with us.

 

Here is a dragon egg made by Aaron! Wow, I like it and love the painting scheme. My thanks to him for sharing it with us!

 

Here is the dragonbone sword made by Tyler. It came out great and I really like the detail he put into the painting. The handle has a great metallic look and the blade has a great bone look. My thanks go to Tyler for sharing the pic with us!

 

Angie used my tutorial to make foam gauntlets! It looks great and my thanks to Angie for sharing the pic with us!

 

 

Here is the Keyblade project made by Ricky. It just needs painting and it is done! My thanks to Ricky for sharing the pic with us!!

 

Allison has been following several of my paper making oriented projects. Here she has made ink from berries and a medieval scroll! And of course she used the berry ink to write on the scroll ! I love it. My thanks go to her for sharing these pics with us.

 

 

Here is the Dragonbone Sword made by TJ. It came out terrific! And my thanks go to TJ for sharing the pic with us!!

 

 

Here is Saruman's staff made by Grzegorz. It looks amazing and my thanks to Grzegorz for sharing it with us!!

 

Here is a sword turned dagger made by Bryan. It is amazing. This is great quality work and my thanks go to him for sharing the pics with us!

He tells us a little bit about making it: I've always wanted to submit to Stormthecastle.com, but could never decide on which of my items to submit, but I've finally chosen one!  The dagger pictured is Acharn, in truth a snapped sword, from Lord of the Rings: The Shadow of Mordor.  I used techniques I learned from you to make this: the blade is carefully wrapped in aluminum foil, and all of the edges are beveled and sanded smooth, and the hilt and pommel are dry-brushed to a cast iron finish.  However, I added Elvish runes, by carving into the foil with a dull pencil. 

  

 

 

Miguel used my master sword tutorial and template to make his own design of a master sword. I love it! Nice work, good creativity and my thanks go to Miguel for sharing the pic with us.

 

 

Kobi has used my tutorials to make his own Skyrim Shield. It looks amazing and I love the paint job he did! My thanks to him for sharing the picture with us.

 

 

Here is the Daedric Bow made by Sotiris. It looks fantastic and I really love the color scheme and the ornaments! My thanks go to Sotiris for sharing the picture with us!

 

 

Here is a pair of foam gauntlets made by Craig. They look great. I like the color scheme and the ornaments he used. My thanks go to him for sharing the picture with us!!

 

 

 

Here is the Bloodborne Burial Blade made by Liam. It came out fantastic and my thanks go to him for sharing the pic with us!

 

 

Jeremy used my pvc sword tutorial to make himself a sword and a scabbard! They came out great and my thanks go to him for sharing the pic with us!

 

Janiya used my scabbard tutorial to make make Rose Quartz's scabbard from Steven Universe. It looks great! And my thanks go to her for sharing the picture with us.

 

 

James has made all of my foam armor tutorials so far! They include the shoulder, bicep, elbow, vambrace and gauntlet! Wow, these came out great. And I like the painting and detailing. My thanks to James for sharing the picture with us. And he tells us how he achieved this great look: Painted it with hammered silver spray paint  then washed it with green, copper, and black acrylic to give it a filthy look.

 

 

Here is the Dragonbone Sword made by Adir. It looks fantastic. It is one of the best ones that I have seen. My thanks go to Adir for sharing the pic with us.

 

 

Danny is the Producer/Owner of an independent film company. They need to make props and armor on a budget for their newest project. Well they used my vambrace tutorial to make some amazing armor!! Look at those silver vambraces. They are amazing. And... the leather vambrace is spectacular. They modified my tutorial to make a double layer vambrace. Amazing. Check out Steamworld Entertainment right here. And here are the vambraces:

 

 

 

A Note from Will - Danny made the Vambraces for her independent film company. Did you ever want to make your own films? You should just go for it like Danny has done!!! And of course, If you need to make props, you know I have all the tutorials!!!

 

 

 

Here is the Pauldron, bicep and Elbow made by Clayton. It came out terrific! My thanks to him for sharing the pic with us!

Here is the wyvern catapult made by Lionel. He did an amazing job. It looks fantastic. And I really like the cup for the projectile. My thanks to him for sharing the pic with us. Interested in building a catapult? I have lots of tutorials right here. How to make a catapult

 

 

Here is the foam armor vambrace project made by Megan. It came out fantastic and my thanks to her for sharing the pic with us!

 

 

 

Here are some more projects made by Eros. Seems like he is getting really good at this! My tutorials here are Elucidator, dark Repulsor and the Plague Mask. My thanks go to Eros for sharing the pic with us!

 

 

Ok! This isn't weapons or army. These are miniatures sculpted by Jakub. He has been following my sculpting and painting miniatures tutorials for a while now. And he had to share some of his work with me/us! I love it! This is an undead army and a dwarf that he sculpted!! My thanks to Jakub for sharing his work with us. If you want to sculpt miniatures my tutorials are here.

 

 

 

Amber has made the Daedric War Axe by following my tutorial! Wow, this came out really amazing. It looks real. My thanks go to her for sharing the picture with us!

 

Doris has used my Spartan Shield and Spartan Spear tutorials to make her own cosplay outfit. They came out great and it is terrific to see somebody use my tutorials as a base to work on and improve or modify! She will be debuting these pieces at the next con she goes to. My thanks go to her for sharing the pics with us!

  

 

Here is the Dark repulser made by Aryan. It came out great and Aryan chose a terrific color scheme. My thanks to him for sharing it with us!

 

 

Here is a pair of foam gauntlets and vambraces made by Daniel. They look great and my thanks go to Daniel for sharing the pic with us! He adjusted one of the gauntlets because he will be carrying a shield with that arm. And now that I have the shoulder tutorial he is going to make that armor too.

 

 

Here is the Dark Repulser and the Elucidator made by Karla. They look great! And my thanks to Karla for sharing the pics with us!

 

 

Jack has made a whole lot of my projects as you can see here including Sting, Gimlis Axe, Anduril, Uruk Hai chopper and a medieval scroll. My thanks to him for sharing this with us!

 

Here is the Wizard's Puzzle Box made by Josie. And she showed some amazing creativity. This is absolutely wonderful and my thanks to her for sharing this with us. Here is what she says about the modifications she made:

I made the Wizard's Puzzle Box, but I changed the symbols and the paint scheme to match the wizard I was making it to represent, a tiefling (Like a half devil) named Markaiya. She is my own original character from the story I am currently working on. She is very intelligent and ambitious to learn more. Her life was defined by her studying until she met a fire genasi (Like a half genie) named Myerdon. She originally thought he was just a stupid warrior (You can tell she's not very nice to other people who she thinks are less smart and powerful than herself), but then learned that he valued intelligence and brains over physical strength, despite the fact that he was good with a sword. Eventually they fell in love and now she cannot imagine going back to the cold, heartless person she once was. Her greatest fear is his death in battle, and so that is part of the secret to the box.
The riddle is: If my one love were to ever fall, the fires of anger and hatred will rise within me and my life will close in around me.

To open it, you move Myerdon's face down, the fire up, and then the quill and book towards the middle.

I painted the outside red, and then rubbed a small amount of black over it to make it look like red metal. I painted the banding silver and the underside of the lid bronze. There is a gold trim around the inside, but most of the inside is dark reddish purple to look like velvet. On the front of the box, I wrote her name in the runes that I made up, and then there is a gold M beneath it. I don't know if you can see it easily in the picture, but I also did an M on the bottom of the box by putting it in hot glue and then painting over it.

 

 

 

 

Here is the dragonbone sword made by Miniom. It came out terrific and my thanks to him for sharing the pic with us!!

 

Here is a pair of Foam gauntlets made by Natalia. They came out great and they look like real steel! My thanks to her for sharing the picture with us.

 

Here is the Ballista project made by Rex. It came out fantastic and he made some modification improvements. I like it a lot and my thanks to him for sharing the pic with us!

 

 

Here is Kili's sword made by Holden. It came out terrific and my thanks to him for sharing the pic with us!!

 

 

 

Here is the medieval gauntlet project made by Sam. He used my foam gauntlet tutorial and template. But instead of foam he used aluminum! It came out great. He tells us a bit about this project:

Instead of using foam I used aluminium, first I traced all the parts onto the metal and cut them out with tin snips, then I made a jig out of pvc pipe and a wooden dowel that j used to form the finger pieces and formed the rest around a dowel. Then I used an old glove and used five minute epoxy to glue
them to the glove.

 

 

 

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