Batman: Arkham City Riddler Cane

Introduction: Batman: Arkham City Riddler Cane

This was a very fun project, it took a lot of time, but I think it's worth it.

Materials (I used)
     ~34"+ of 1" wodden dowel rod
     ~75" of 3/8" by 1.5" wood boards
     ~wood glue
     ~drill with a 1" drill bit
     ~hand saw
     ~spray paint (gray primer, gold, and a darker green)
     ~masking tape
     ~sandpaper

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Step 1: The Question Mark

This was the first thing i built.

Everywhere i glued, i let it sit for a day or two to let it dry.

Step 2: The Handle/Rod

The rod is a little more than 30"

Step 3: Bottom Block Thing

The last block is like the gold one in step 1, just green.

In the game the Riddler has more on the bottom, but i didn't have the parts to finish, so i just did this.

Step 4: Paint

I primered it all first, then went through with masking tape and added lines like on the question mark part and the handle on the rod... i hope you liked this... it's my first "Instructable"

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    7 Discussions

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    Henry Jones
    Henry Jones

    5 years ago

    Awesome! Or as the Riddler would say, "The shaved monkey built something!"

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    Mcclanep
    Mcclanep

    Reply 2 years ago

    true

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    Blue_Link
    Blue_Link

    3 years ago

    what are the measurements (in inches) because I want to do this as a school project. Please and thank you. P.s. I need guick because I need to use it by next fri

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    GarretW3
    GarretW3

    4 years ago

    This looks amazing, and I was thinking of going to my local comic con as Riddler. What length were the pieces in the question mark?

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    mbernal99
    mbernal99

    6 years ago on Introduction

    What are the lengths of the wood pieces on the cane?

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    BeholdersEye
    BeholdersEye

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    I'm not sure which part of the cane you are asking about, could you be a little more specific please?

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    loredragonmaster
    loredragonmaster

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    I'm curious about each specific part, starting from the stem to the bottom of the "curve" to the top and to the end, and also the dimensions of the gold/green block