Portal Pendant

Introduction: Portal Pendant

About: I just like to make things. I dabble in a lot of mediums and usually don't like to spend money on parts, so most of my work is made with leftover materials. I love different forms of storytelling, and have a...

"You did it! The weighted companion cube certainly brought you good luck!"

If you're anything like the test subjects of the Aperture Science Computer-Aided Enrichment Center, you never want your Aperture Science Weighted Companion Cube to leave your side. That's why I made this Companion Cube lucky charm. After the cube was finished, it didn't seem right just hanging off a string. I decided it needed something proper holding it up. The Aperture Science Hand-held Portal Device was the obvious choice.

The cube itself is air-drying clay and a paperclip painted with acrylics. The gun is a piece of a BIC pen covered in clay and staples.

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    5 Discussions

    The cake is a lie...and if you heard what is really in it...you wouldnt want to eat it xD


    9 years ago on Introduction

    I really miss my companion cube..... and remember The Cake is a lie


    9 years ago on Introduction

    That's really cool. Just remember to euthanize your faithful companion cube pendant when you're done, or you'll get no cake.