A few weeks before Christmas I stumbled over the pieces and decided to give it another shot. By then I was the proud owner of a 3D printer, which allowed me to simply print all the ornaments for the shield.
Instead of painting the shield myself I decided to let him do it and as you can see in the second picture he did a really good job.
Step 1: Stuff you need
- Grey primer
- Wood glue
- Door handle
- 7 mm plywood (2 pieces with 60x45 cm each)
- Wood filler
- Leather belt (or a bicycle tube)
- Strong glue
- 3D printer
Step 2: Print the files
My printer bed is to small to print the whole Triforce in one go, so I decided to separate it into two pieces. After all the pieces are printed use a plastic primer, to ensure that the paint later sticks to them properly.