Introduction: Bomb Prop

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You like make war videos? So this bomb model will be useful when you film your movie!

Step 1: Need!

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You need this things:

  1. PVC tube Ø 32mm, length 60cm (can be longer if needed cut the edge)
  2. Black and red wires(or other color)lenght ~20cm
  3. Carton from old box
  4. Old notes(or newspaper, magazine)
  5. Black insulation(or tape)
  6. Red spray paint(or other color)

And this tools:

  1. Ruler
  2. Black marker(or other color)
  3. Sandpaper
  4. Hacksaw
  5. Scissors
  6. Hot glue gun

So let's get started!

Step 2: Cut PVC!

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For this step you need: marker, hacksaw, ruler, sandpaper.

First you need cut PVC tube edge (that egle will be equal) (if you PVC buy new edges will be equal)

Mark PVC about 15cm space and cut it. You need have x4 tubes 15cm length.

Then using sandpaper polish edges of tubes.

Tip: you can use 5 tubes. Then your bomb lokks like in 7 and 8 pictures. If your bomb generated from 4 tubes, itlooks like in 5 and 6 pictures.

Step 3: Paint PVC!

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For this step you need: beveled PVC, old notes, red spray paint.

It's so easy! Just paint your PVC!

After that place PVC where warm.

Step 4: Connect PVC!

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For this step you need: PVC, black insulation.

With insolution connect PVC as show in the picture.

Now it's looks like real bomb, yes? :)

Step 5: Glue Wires!

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For this step you need: wires, hot glue gun.

Take two wires and glue it as show in the picture!

Step 6: Carton!

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For this step you need: carton, scissors, black marker, glue gun.

Cut peace of carton 6x4cm and paint it!

Then glue carton on your bomb!

Step 7: Last Step!

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For this step you need: notes.

Fill out holes of your notes!

Step 8: Done!

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Your bomb done!

Please vote me!


ed shtern (author)2014-11-11

Super cool, very real

tkleinauskas (author)ed shtern2014-11-19

Thank you ant please vote me!

MsSweetSatisfaction (author)2014-11-03

Awesome prop! Definitely communicates dynamite! I love the detail in the wires and the straps.

Thanks very much!

dani abou zamel (author)2014-11-03

check my DIY time-bomb

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