Templates and other handy tools will be stored here. Help yourself!
Obviously, this is my head so you might have to scale it for yours. Draw over it or import it into Illustrator or other vector drawing program to plan out your next helmet or mask. DOWNLOAD
Ever wonder how big some weird fantasy gun would be in real life? If it has a grip and a trigger, you can base it on a real gun for size. Draw over this template or import it into Illustrator or other vector drawing program to plan out your next blaster. DOWNLOAD
Here it is in use. When you're building, you can take measurements right off your plans.
MEASURING CUP GAUGE
For my projects, I pour small amounts of resin. I’ve been getting by with marking the cups with a sharpie after weighing but you can’t re-use the cup the next day.
I finally sat down and measured the common increments that I use in disposable cups. Print the linked file on clear Avery sheets, trim out, apply to each cup and you have a easy way of measuring your resin (as long as it’s equal amounts by volume, that is.) DOWNLOAD
Print the file on clear Avery sheets, trim out, apply to each cup and you have a easy way of measuring your resin (as long as it’s equal amounts by volume, that is.)
Here’s how it works: I use the small clear 9 oz. cups from Wal-Mart.
Place the bottom line of the gauge at the base indent.
Don’t forget to label which cup gets which part!
So in this example, I'm mixing 60g of resin. I know it's 30 g per cup but I was trying to avoid any math. You're mixing what it says on the cup.
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I'll be linking these on the individual project pages as well but here is the (soon-to-be) complete list.
Feel free to download and start building!
Great books that will save you much time and frustration. Highly recommended!
"Even a blind squirrel finds an acorn from time to time."