Props and Commissions - n/a





Props that I have commissioned for people.


MangaChild posted on 28 September, 2008 - 17:35
WOW Great Job!!! I shall steal your brains to make katanas :O

Uber-Nerd posted on 28 September, 2008 - 18:09
Nice! What do you make your Katanas out of? -Tab

Neko-Chan posted on 13 October, 2008 - 20:07
your props are epic. and haze's Tonfas bring back goood memories. xD I cant belive they got broken though!! >_____< also. you make me want a katana. xD

Felixize posted on 11 December, 2008 - 23:10
I felt the need to comment and say how gorgeous your props are. Really, I want to see some of these in person to admire them! You've done such a brilliant job with all these, but I guess you already know that XD If you're making/planning any more, good luck~!

Toshi-chan posted on 4 June, 2009 - 12:51
omg how did you do the katana's!!?? they're amazing! ^.^ i need to make one for Kuchiha...eeeep...=|

Odd-One-Out posted on 4 June, 2009 - 15:24
Have a look at the Journal section of this, it explains how I made the katanas :) Thanks!

Progress Journal

29th September 2008


1. What do you make your katanas out of?
I carve them out of pinewood.

2. How do you wrap the handle of the swords?
I prefer to use cord as opposed to ribbons because cord doesn't stretch when pulled tight. As for the actual wrap, well it's simple but sort of complicated to explain, sorry! There are lots of twisting involved.

3. Can I commission you for a prop?
Yes you may send me an e-mail/private message/comment asking what you'd like done and I'll usually get back to you within a day.

4. But these look like they cost loads of money!
Actually, I usually charge £25-40 for a katana depending on the complexity, so not too pricy :)

5. Where did you learn how to make props?
I taught myself how to make props and using tools for the right use. If there's a prop that looks a bit tricky, I think and make plans step by step to achieve the final product. Then I make it ;D

6. How long does it take you make an average length katana?
About 4-5 hours excluding the time it takes for the spray paint to dry.

If you have any more questions, fire them at me and I'll stick the answers here ;D