Star Vs. the Forces of Evil Wand

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Introduction: Star Vs. the Forces of Evil Wand

About: Welcome to my page! My name is Lazaro Gomez and I own and operate BOT10ART. The home for art, podcasts, and other neato things. It is a pleasure to meet you, if you have any questions feel free to email me sns…

Welcome to my Star Vs. The Forces Of Evil wand build! If you are interested in building your own then feel free to follow along.

Materials

  • BondoCraft Wood4" Floral Foam Ball
  • PLA 3D filament
  • Smooth-On Oomoo25
  • Amazing ResinCrylon
  • Clear Coat
  • Crylon Paint
  • BASIC Acrylic paint
  • 400 grit Sandpaper1200 grit Sandpaper

Step 1: Bondo for Props?!

I purchased a 4" floral foam ball, a wooden dowel rod, and some scrap pieces of wood.

I shaped the ball and applied Bondo that I had in the shop. Once the Bondo cured I attached the rod and once that was cured I began to sand the pieces.

Step 2: Sand, Prime, Sand, Prime...

Once the prop was sanded using wet / dry sandpaper from 400 to 1200, I primed the piece and began to add the pieces that accompany the prop.

I used crafting wood to make the wings for the prop. The cut was not so precise so I filled in the gaps using more Bondo.

Step 3: 3D Printed Parts

Once the wings were sanded smooth I then printed out 3D parts using my Anet A8 printer.

I sanded and primed the pieces and then attached them to the prop.

I then used Original Sculpey to model the butterflies that go on the front and back of the wand. I made a mold of the butterfly using Smooth-On Oomoo25 and Amazing Resin, then gave the wand another coat of Primer.

Step 4: Assembly and Paint

Once all the pieces were painted and ready, I assembled the pieces and painted the wand.

I then used a Matte Clear Coat spray paint to seal in the paint and protect the prop.

Step 5: ​STEP 05 All Done!

Lastly I painted the fine details and the wand was done!

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