custom movie props and customized nerf guns

Warhammer 40k Long Las inspired Nerf Longstrike


Insanely hot day today, but I was busy cleaning up the shop and finishing up a few things (guns mebbe?). Wanted to share a few pictures, but they’ll get the final photos as soon as the decals arrive.

First gun is a modified Nerf Longstrike. I added the barrels to the front for a buddy who needed a Long Las style gun for his WH group. I’m hoping he’ll be happy with how it comes out. The decals are in bright gold so they should look really cool withthe dark background. This was a really fun gun to build, so I may just have to do more body mods in the future…maybe on a Vera gun..hmm. :)

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This next photo is one you’ll think you’ve seen before, but this is a twin of the red N7 Stampede I posted not too long ago. I did change up the weathering a bit, to make it unique hopefully. Just needs those dang decals. Hurry up USPS!

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Thanks for visiting and let me know if I can help ya with any projects you’re working on!

Brian

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3 responses

  1. Zachary Jensen

    any tips for us beginners that just want to have cool paint jobs at nerf wars?

    August 12, 2011 at 2:45 pm

    • There’s a lot of painting resources online, but the best thing you can do is sand down the body and add a few coats of base black before anything else goes on. Let the paint dry thoroughly each coat. Once you’re done painting, seal it up with a few coats of clear to protect the paint!

      August 13, 2011 at 12:39 am

  2. Zachary Jensen

    What about tips for dry brushing or weathering? I like trying to make my guns look steam punk or warhammer/gears or war style paint jobs.

    August 15, 2011 at 10:09 am

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