Real Captain America Shield

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When I first saw Captain America: Winter Soldier shortly after it premiered in theaters, I was in awe. It was easily the best Marvel movie I had ever seen. He had always been my favorite superhero, with his adventurous story, his good character, his quick thinking, and of course, his amazing shield.

Having known of Instructables for years now, I've seen the amazing tutorials you all have made. So for a while now I have been brainstorming to create something better than I have ever made before, something... super. That's when it hit me: The Shield. I've heard about and even talked to many people who would love to own a legitimate replica of the famous shield. But there is also a certain satisfaction that comes from building something yourself. So I went to work, and after months of sketching, measuring, planning and building, this Instructable is ready to be shared. I have designed the handles in a way that not only can you use them how you normally would hold handles, but so that you can magnetically pull the handles from the shield to convert them into shoulder straps, and wear the shield on your back as well.

So for those reading, thank you! I hope you enjoy. And to those of you who decide to make your own shield, I hope you have a super time!

Let's get started!

Passo 1: Materials, Tools and Expenses

While Cap's shield is as beautiful as a new penny, for me (probably because I'm a teenager) it also cost a pretty penny to make. Your journey will likely take a lot of searching for specific parts, and also a lot of waiting for them to be delivered in the mail. I know I did myself. That being said, here is everything that you should need and how much it cost me:

Materials:

- MH Saucer Sled ($32)
- Rust-oleum metalic paint in colors: Cobalt Blue, Silver, and Apple Red ($23-$25)
- Rust-oleum paint primer ($7)
- Two 44" tan leather belts ($20)
- Four 1.5" D-rings ($7)
- At least ten 3/4" neodymium disk magnets ($10)
- Superglue ($3-$15)
- General purpose repair putty ($5)
- About 5' of 1.25" x 1/16" weldable steel ($12)
- Eight 1/4" cable tie clamps ($8)
- Eight 1 1/2" rectangle rings ($9)
- Tiny furniture nails ($2)
- Small self-drilling screws ($3)
- Eight relatively small nuts and bolts ($1.50)

Tools:

- Drill
- Small drill bits
- Dremel
- Cutting wheel dremel bit
- Small abrasive engraving Dremel bit
- 800 and 150 grit sandpapers
- Painters tape
- Sharp cutting blade
- Palm sander
- Tape measure


Side note: Yes, the sled is made of plastic. However this is not your ordinary plastic, it is as smooth as metal, and much more light and durable. When finished, it will look and feel like metal as well.

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CamelotV
CamelotV diz: Set 29, 2014. 6:19 AM

This is probably a silly question, but what was the purpose of dividing the shield into slices? Anyway this looks fantastic and I plan on making one soon!

elizabeth.a.watson.7
elizabeth.a.watson.7 diz: Set 24, 2014. 1:31 PM

Love it :D As I am going to build this for Comic Con I will need a few modifications...

adlowe07
adlowe07 diz: Set 19, 2014. 4:22 PM

Do you make them to sell?

pat.foglia
pat.foglia diz: Set 7, 2014. 1 PM

I'm having lots of trouble marking the shield with my string and sharpie. How did you do it? I can't keep the marker straight and every time I retry on my pie slices I'm off by a quarter inch or so

mazda3man
mazda3man diz: Set 8, 2014. 6:18 PM

3 things you can try:

1: tie the string to the sharpie at the middle of the pen. Hopefully when you keep the string taunt, you can keep a consistent angle on pen. Draw a dotted line so you can connect the dots if you are having trouble drawing a continuous line at the same pen angle.

2:Make a lazy susan for your shield so you can keep the pen still and rotate the shield. That should ensure that you have a consistent pen angle.

3:Last thing, forget the string and use a long piece of scrap cardboard. That would ensure no movement of the pen tip. This is my preferred method.

Hope that helps.

pat.foglia
pat.foglia diz: Set 9, 2014. 8:27 AM

Do you have a picture for how you used the cardboard? I tried the string tied to the middle of the sharpie and found that my angle changed to much. So I ended up pulling the string tight against the shield and had it as close to the tip of the sharp as possible and kinda used 2 hands to guide boy the string and the pen. It worked out decently.

But now I'm trying the dremel with a similar style with the string but it's a bit trickier. Maybe the cardboard method would help?

Chronos341.
Chronos341. diz: Ago 20, 2014. 5:31 PM

I've been collecting the paints for the shield and I found all but the apple red. I can't find it in the rustoleum metallic all I've found is Colonial red, is that a good substitute? If not should I look for apple red in another rustoleum brand?

SuzetteS
SuzetteS diz: Ago 15, 2014. 2:27 PM

does this shield fly without breakin

thejackson
thejackson diz: Jul 30, 2014. 2:07 PM
stainless steel shield version . Thanks for the walkthrough
TheHowtoGuy
TheHowtoGuy diz: Jul 16, 2014. 8:25 PM
This is awesome. I've been wanting to make my own for a while.
lbrennaman+jr.
lbrennaman+jr. diz: Jul 14, 2014. 11:19 AM

I am a metal spinner by trade and can easily make the dome part of the shield out of 1/8" aluminum with a finished diameter of roughly 24" with the grooves incised on it for easy paint stripe layout. All you would need to do is paint the shield, apply the star, and add straps. I can supply these for 140 plus shipping too your address. If you have any questions, please feel free to email Me at spuninmo@gmail.com

flowerpup
flowerpup diz: Jul 10, 2014. 12:35 PM
I found out that really cheap 'rivets' can be made from painted googly eyes
trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Jul 14, 2014. 12:29 PM

That'd be funny to see googly eyes on a shield!

bathsheba_everdene
bathsheba_everdene diz: Jul 6, 2014. 12:32 PM
How did you find the exact center of the sled?
trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Jul 14, 2014. 12:28 PM

I measured the overall length, then divided in half. Then I put the mark on the center of the shield :)

Crafted298
Crafted298 diz: Jul 4, 2014. 9:37 AM
How much did it cost$ I may make one!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
nerds_only
nerds_only diz: Jul 1, 2014. 3:08 PM

were did you get the sled

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Jul 14, 2014. 12:25 PM

Amazon.com!

Joanjett7737
Joanjett7737 diz: Jun 29, 2014. 3:54 PM
SO AMAZING!!! I LOVE ALL OF YOUR STUFF!!! ❤️
lisa003
lisa003 diz: Jun 19, 2014. 12:29 AM

well done

Ringer1633
Ringer1633 diz: Jun 14, 2014. 6:19 PM

Can you were it like a backpack with those straps?

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Jul 14, 2014. 12:26 PM

Just like a backpack, but better.

Ringer1633
Ringer1633 diz: Jul 15, 2014. 7:31 AM
okay sweet!
TheThalonian
TheThalonian diz: Jun 6, 2014. 2:50 PM

where did you find the 5' of steel for that cheap?

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Jun 7, 2014. 10:26 AM

My favorite local hardware store. With enough searching, I bet you can find it pretty cheap. :)

xarlock667
xarlock667 diz: Mai 31, 2014. 12:57 PM

Yes, but is it bullet proof?

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 31, 2014. 5:35 PM

I wouldn't risk anything more than a pellet gun myself... Remember, we're going for real looking not real shield. :)

xarlock667
xarlock667 diz: Jun 1, 2014. 7:41 PM

Awwww.... Maybe a Lexan backing? Light and cheap... Just saying. LOL

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Jun 1, 2014. 8:40 PM

Now you're talking!

monkeywork
monkeywork diz: Mai 29, 2014. 1:19 PM

Nicely done! you inspired me to make my own.

http://www.instructables.com/id/Yet-Another-Captain-America-Shield-for-pretty-chea/

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 29, 2014. 1:45 PM

YES! Battle damage! Sweeeeeet!

Tabasco43
Tabasco43 diz: Mai 28, 2014. 5:22 PM

Nice work!!!

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 28, 2014. 5:54 PM

Thank you Tabasco43!

OrientalHero
OrientalHero diz: Mai 28, 2014. 1:21 AM

Nice job Cap!
Yours looks very good and much more Cosplay suited.
You might want to look up the cardboard/duck tape version as that ones throwable and is much more kid friendly (ie you can target your friends!).
But yours does look the real deal!

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 28, 2014. 9:59 AM

Long ago, in a galaxy exactly the same as our own, a younger version of me stumbled upon a duck tape shield instructable and decided to make one. While he liked the throwable factor, he wanted to make something that looked genuine. He then gifted his cardboard shield to his younger cousin and set to work...

And you know the rest. :)

moonpuppy
moonpuppy diz: Mai 27, 2014. 9:41 PM

Wicked good Instructable! But, where'd you get the Vibranium? ::ducks and runs::

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 27, 2014. 11:41 PM

Wakanda of course!

lamerc
lamerc diz: Mai 27, 2014. 8:54 PM

Nice attention to detail! That really does look amazing!

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 27, 2014. 11:45 PM

It all came with dozens of nights of frustration, but I'm happy it came out how it did and that you like it. Thank you.

johnchristensen
johnchristensen diz: Mai 27, 2014. 8:53 PM

That is quite something else! You definitely deserve all the praise here! Well done!

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 27, 2014. 11:43 PM

Well I'm always looking to share something else, so sweet! I'm definitely very thankful for all of the positive feedback I have recieved.

shinma22
shinma22 diz: Mai 27, 2014. 8:19 PM

This is an amazing instructable. Amazing outcome, as well. You have my vote!

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 27, 2014. 11:23 PM

Thank you for your vote, and compliments! They are much appreciated.

alternativejay
alternativejay diz: Mai 27, 2014. 5:45 PM

The shield is great, but I'm more impressed with how many of the comments you've personally replied to.

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 27, 2014. 6:30 PM

I am very fortunate to have as many great commenters as I do, you included! You all deserve my thanks. So... Thank you! :D

kserwin
kserwin diz: Mai 27, 2014. 5:38 PM

Fantastic Instructable. Extremely well written. Congratulations on enjoying the journey of making it as much as enjoying the destination of having it.

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 27, 2014. 6:28 PM

Well I always tell myself that it's not about the destination, it's about the journey. Thank you for commenting!

bsmith175
bsmith175 diz: Mai 27, 2014. 5:27 PM

that is awesome bro I'm goin to have to do this for my son we got him 1 from target an he complains it doesn't go on his back like cap now thanks to u I dnt have to spend a lot of $ so he can do that when we get our nerd on.

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 27, 2014. 6:27 PM

Haha, I'm happy you'll find a great use for this instructable. I, too, like to get my nerd on. (:

rgpfx
rgpfx diz: Mai 27, 2014. 5:16 PM

Awesome!

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 27, 2014. 6:33 PM

I'm happy you like it!

noel0leon
noel0leon diz: Mai 27, 2014. 5:03 PM

Nicely done. That is an amazing paint job

noel0leon
noel0leon diz: Mai 27, 2014. 5:03 PM

Nicely done. That is an amazing paint job

noel0leon
noel0leon diz: Mai 27, 2014. 5:03 PM

Nicely done. That is an amazing paint job

noel0leon
noel0leon diz: Mai 27, 2014. 5:03 PM

Nicely done. That is an amazing paint job

noel0leon
noel0leon diz: Mai 27, 2014. 5:03 PM

Nicely done. That is an amazing paint job

noel0leon
noel0leon diz: Mai 27, 2014. 5:03 PM

Nicely done. That is an amazing paint job

noel0leon
noel0leon diz: Mai 27, 2014. 5:03 PM

Nicely done. That is an amazing paint job

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 27, 2014. 6:33 PM

Thank you, it took quite a while!

trrydms
trrydms diz: Mai 27, 2014. 3:15 PM
This.
Is.
Awesome.

Thanks Cap.
trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 27, 2014. 6:34 PM

It's been my honor. Thank you for sharing your awesomeness.

mantill
mantill diz: Mai 27, 2014. 2:29 PM

Wow, you could probably sell this for hundreds!! Or thousands... Super awesome!

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 27, 2014. 3:16 PM

Haha I probably could, if I wanted to spend the rest of my life making them! But to a certain extent, I think that it's more fun to make your own things than to buy them. Thank you very much!

fixfireleo
fixfireleo diz: Mai 27, 2014. 2:14 PM

great job! now make me an invisible jet! lol

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 27, 2014. 3:13 PM

If I had that power, I'd already be flying one myself! I appreciate your comment.

psavas
psavas diz: Mai 27, 2014. 2:12 PM

Superior job! The geek in me salutes you!

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 27, 2014. 3:12 PM

Thank you fellow geek! At ease, Seargent!

destructopop
destructopop diz: Mai 27, 2014. 12:42 PM

I was completely dumbstruck looking at your work, but after I read the comments I had to say something. Not only is this shield gorgeous and intensely accurate down to the minutiae I wouldn't have thought of, but you are such a geek and it's awesome! I hope you keep making!

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 27, 2014. 1:31 PM

This is one of the nicest comments I have ever recieved, I don't know what to say! Thank you so much. Yes, I would consider myself a geek! And I will most definitely keep making. Have a wonderful day Destructopop. [:

retrosurfer
retrosurfer diz: Mai 27, 2014. 12:42 PM

Well made but I had to chuckle when I saw real Captain America shield! Well I guess it's just as real as any other make believe characters shield :-)

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 27, 2014. 1:25 PM

I guess I could call it "As Real As It Gets Captain America Shield" but I don't think it has the same ring to it. Haha!

avayan
avayan diz: Mai 27, 2014. 7:07 AM

Wow, that is a gorgeous shield! Definitely looks awesome and it is a superb job! Even if you don't take it to Comicon, I can see it being a heck of a conversation piece.

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 27, 2014. 10:02 AM

Thank you! I wanted to leave not one detail missing. I'm happy you like it!

avayan
avayan diz: Mai 27, 2014. 7:07 AM

Wow, that is a gorgeous shield! Definitely looks awesome and it is a superb job! Even if you don't take it to Comicon, I can see it being a heck of a conversation piece.

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 27, 2014. 6:37 PM

I wish I had the time to go to Comicon! Maybe one day... When you said "Conversation Piece" I immediatley imagined this shield in a glass coffee table. Weird! But awesome!

Snowfy
Snowfy diz: Mai 26, 2014. 5:10 AM
Awesome job! I've been looking into making one for awhile and will definitely be referencing your instructable! :) How long did it take you to make it?
trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 26, 2014. 9:40 AM

Thanks Snowfy! It took me roughly 2 1/2 months to make.

MrLWJ
MrLWJ diz: Mai 25, 2014. 8:23 PM

Most excellent Ible.

I must however take exception to the pic on the rail car. A VERY dangerous thing to

do. Having worked on rail equipment for many years I know it is an easy way to die or lose body parts you might want to keep.

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 26, 2014. 9:39 AM

Thank you for your concern. The train car was not in use and there were no trains around planning to use it. I hope you got out safely as I did!

cowcrusher
cowcrusher diz: Mai 27, 2014. 6:56 AM

Please be aware that unless you have the railroad's permission you could be arrested for trespassing.

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 27, 2014. 10 AM

I did have legal permission. :)

painrude
painrude diz: Mai 25, 2014. 10:44 AM

you should seriously get paid for simply displaying such professional talent ... you said ur a teenager ! now I jus feel stupid ...icecream for you !

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 25, 2014. 3:15 PM

You can do anything you put your mind to! Thanks for the icecream :)

Joanjett7737
Joanjett7737 diz: Mai 25, 2014. 10:33 AM
That is AWESOME!!!???
trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 26, 2014. 11:52 AM

You're awesome!

winter300
winter300 diz: Mai 25, 2014. 8:47 AM

among the replica shields I have seen out there, this stands out as one of the best. Also, well written!

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 25, 2014. 10:33 AM

Your comment means a lot! Thank you.

AllVisualCreations
AllVisualCreations diz: Mai 25, 2014. 8:11 AM

i made one of these for my son a few years back. my starting point was an old dish network satellite dish. cutting it into a rounded shape was the most difficult part, as the dish itself is more oval, but the added "cling clang" sounds it makes when my son is blocking random things thrown his way more than makes up for the effort. had i see this, i could have saved myself loads of time. awesome instructable!

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 25, 2014. 10:32 AM

That sounds awesome! I would love to see pictures of your sons shield, I'm sure he loves it. Thanks for commenting :)

bpospos
bpospos diz: Mai 25, 2014. 7:13 AM

brilliant idea

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 25, 2014. 10:31 AM

Thank you Bpospos!

owen5702
owen5702 diz: Mai 25, 2014. 5:53 AM
You could probably sled to haha
trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 25, 2014. 10:31 AM

Haha, without a doubt you could! I wouldnt risk taking the paint off though. If you did decide to use it sledding, then you would literally be a Winter Soldier!

oldmicah
oldmicah diz: Mai 25, 2014. 3:49 AM

Amazing project and fantastic description. Thank you!

Fantastic handle /shoulder strap design! With the weight if the finished shield, do you think it would be feasible to use yet more magnets on a leather harness and the outside of the strap to hold it on your back? (Photo for,step,11)

Really really cool...thank you for sharing!

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 25, 2014. 10:29 AM

If I understand your idea correctly, I don't see why not! I'm not sure how I myself would incorporate a full-blown harness... but hey, you could be the one to revolutionize the shield! I would love to see your idea in action if you ever decide to make one with your own spin on it. Thank you very much!

john+mosier
john+mosier diz: Mai 24, 2014. 12:12 PM

i looks awesome, does it actually fly like a frisbee? that would be cery cool

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 27, 2014. 6:31 PM

It does fly, but even with the protective enamel I wouldn't dare throw it over anything harder than grass. Thank you!

emilyvanleemput
emilyvanleemput diz: Mai 24, 2014. 12:01 PM

Wow, it looks beautiful!!

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 24, 2014. 12:54 PM

That's very nice of you to say Emilyvanleemput! Thank you :)

fersidhe
fersidhe diz: Mai 24, 2014. 8:55 AM

Very nice! Thanks for posting this. I am from the south so we really don't have sleds here. I saw the pic of the sled with the "MH" in it and thought "Marvel Heroes" before I read the supply list and found out what that was. lol.

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 24, 2014. 9:30 AM

Hahaha! I can see how you would think that. Even if you're from the South you can still find them online! I found mine on Amazon. I wish you the best!

Eireannach
Eireannach diz: Mai 24, 2014. 7:53 AM

This is awesome! The end result is very professional!

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 24, 2014. 9:24 AM

That's exactly what I was going for! I wanted it to look professional! So thanks a bunch for your comment.

Crafted298
Crafted298 diz: Mai 24, 2014. 6:24 AM
Cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 24, 2014. 9:22 AM

Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D

EoinM17
EoinM17 diz: Mai 24, 2014. 5:42 AM

I have been looking for ways to build a captain america shield properly and without spending a fortune and I just found my way! Thanks for posting this, really appreciate it, and I have to say it looks amazing!

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 24, 2014. 9:21 AM

I hope this gives you some good ideas, I'm sure the design could be improved. But thank you for your comment, I would love to see your shield if you make one!

MonkiMan
MonkiMan diz: Mai 24, 2014. 3:22 AM

"REAL captain america shield" where did you find Vibranium?

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 24, 2014. 9:16 AM

I just took a quick trip to Wakanda to pick up some Vibranium, but they were sold out! Can you believe that? So I had to settle for the Amazon's kind of Vibranium. :P

ground+up
ground+up diz: Mai 23, 2014. 10:29 PM
Good job you totally beat me I had basically the same idea but since yours is featured there's no point in posting it now. Although yours looks amazing and is fully functional great job I think you earned getting featured
trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 24, 2014. 9:13 AM

You should still post yours, or at least share pictures! I'm a huge fan of Cap so I would love to see your shield! I bet it looks great. Thank you so much!

Infinitevortex
Infinitevortex diz: Mai 23, 2014. 9:07 PM

Way cool! Great work! It really looks superb.

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 23, 2014. 9:48 PM

Thank you Infinitevortex (wow I like that username!) I am very proud of it.

sabu.dawdy
sabu.dawdy diz: Mai 23, 2014. 9 PM

goshh... this is such a beautiful piece of art. congrats.

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 23, 2014. 9:47 PM

Thank you for your kind words! I think I may hang it on my wall, due to your comment!

Tanzer26
Tanzer26 diz: Mai 23, 2014. 8:50 PM

I love it and it's a well written Instructable. I have a couple of comments that I think might improve future builds. Since you glued magnets on both strap and the metal on the shield, would aluminum strips work as well? Aluminum would be easier to cut, drill, etc and keep the weight down. And rather than the bolts you've used to fasten the belts, 'Chicago screws' are commonly used (or rivets) and give a more finished look without the threaded ends of the bolts left exposed. I have scraped myself too often on the exposed end of a bolt. If I need to use a bolt in such a place, I would use a acorn but. For anyone planning on building this, you can source chicago bolts and unfinished leather belt blanks from Tandy Leather (I have no affiliation, I just buy supplies there).

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 23, 2014. 9:46 PM

Thanks for the feedback! That is an interesting idea, using aluminum. I chose against using a non-magnetic metal such as aluminum because I also have some magnets on the shield that do not adhere to other magnets, rather they adhere to the steel itself. It also provided more stability to the magnets glued to the steel, as the steel itself was also holding it in place along with the glue. Although aluminum would likely be significantly lighter. I think that either metal you choose would work just fine! As far as the bolts, rivets would work fine as well, but I could not find any rivets locally and decided to go with bolts. If you measure out the right length of the bolt, you will not have any poking you. At least, they don't poke me. If you decide to make your own, please share photos! Thank you again for commenting. (:

seamster
seamster diz: Mai 23, 2014. 8:09 PM

Hey, this looks great! There are a handful of DIY Capt. America shields on this site, and I have to say this one looks the best, imo. Very nice work on the details!

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 23, 2014. 8:32 PM

Wow, that is awesome to hear. I've seen a few of the shields on the site, and they look awesome, but I wanted to put my own spin on the famous shield. So that's nice of you to say!

DeandrasCrafts
DeandrasCrafts diz: Mai 23, 2014. 8:03 PM

This is amazing. I have no words to describe how amazing this is. I am so impressed and in awe. Fantastic job.

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 23, 2014. 8:10 PM

I am very proud of this project especially, so your comment really means a ton to me. I can't thank you enough for your kind words.

earz_cd
earz_cd diz: Mai 23, 2014. 7:17 PM
Nice work. I may have to make one of these.
trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 23, 2014. 8:08 PM

Sweet dude! Please share photos if you do!

goldlego
goldlego diz: Mai 23, 2014. 5:30 PM

Wow, this is fantastic! Nice job, especially with the fine details.

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 23, 2014. 6:56 PM

Fine details are everything that Cap's shield is about! Thank you for saying so. Have a wonderful day!

Lewis121212
Lewis121212 diz: Mai 23, 2014. 5:25 PM

This is actually amazing. Nice job!

trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 23, 2014. 5:28 PM

Your comment really made my evening! I'm glad you think so. Thanks a ton!

interestedturtle
interestedturtle diz: Mai 23, 2014. 5:17 PM
I might have missed it but I didn't see the cost for the materials. Could you please tell me and this was AWESOME!
trans4mation
trans4mation diz: Mai 23, 2014. 5:27 PM

I did include costs for materials (at least it shows up on my screen that way!) but I did not cover costs for the tools I used. My apologies, I can't remember how much they all cost and I wouldn't want to guess and mislead. Thank you for commenting!

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