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I found a tabletop BBQ grill at ACE Hardware and immediately thought of Captain America rest in peace. This requires nothing more than sanding, epoxy, and paint!
At ACE Hardware, I found a Marsh Allan Tabletop BBQ Charcoal Grill for ~$10. After buying this, I unwrapped it and laid out the pieces
The first thing to do is to sand as much as possible so you have a rough surface to affix paint to. I took a sanding block and ...
I printed out a picture of the Captain America Shield and picked out the blue and red paints I planned on using for the shield
After the shield is completely dry, I followed the ring edges on the BBQ grill to paint it red. The outside ring of the grill was all red, ...
Using the image from before, I blew up the star in Adobe Photoshop and cut it out. I then rolled thin pieces of masking tape and lined the ...
After removing the star, I noticed some of the blue paint had seeped underneath. I scraped the excess blue paint off with an Xacto knife and touched up ...
After I gave the paint a day to dry, I sprayed it with about 3 coats of clear coat. Once that was dry, I went back and mixed ...
Now your Captain America shield is complete and it's time to fight crime on the streets!
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