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I finished writing my three-part writeup series on my Dawnguard Heavy Armor last night, and I published part 3 this morning. If you wanted to know how any particular part of it was made, here's where to find out!

Part 1
2storyprops.blogspot.com/2014/…
The first entry discusses the creation of the Dawnguard Full Helmet and the Nordic Daggers.

Part 2
2storyprops.blogspot.com/2014/…
The second part glosses over the creation of the major fabric components - the inner shirt, the vest, and the skirt panels. I'm still learning when it comes to sewing, it's not exactly a fountain of knowledge.

Part 3
2storyprops.blogspot.com/2015/…
The final segment discusses the creation of the vacuum formed armor and the various greeblies found throughout the costume.
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David Reimer
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United States
I am a prop and costume builder based out of Huntsville, AL. I enjoy building a wide range of things, but it seems my portfolio is basically helmets and weapons, which I'm fine with! :P You'll find that my portfolio jumps around a bit, as my interests vary greatly. I tend to take a long time to build things, as I am accuracy-minded and detail-oriented, and having a full-time job doesn't exactly grant me a ton of time to work on my projects.

I take commissions! I love to see what people want me to build - oftentimes it's something I've never seen before, or know of only on a distant level. I try not to overload my building schedule, though, so I don't take commissions all the time. But if you like my work and want me to build something for you, send me a message with a reference photo and we'll talk.
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duh-veed Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2015  Student General Artist
AMAZING WORK!
Teach me sensei
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TheJugglingOctopus Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thx for the fav!
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Vexod14 Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Thx for the fave =)
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darthfury02 Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2014
Happy Bday!
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Engleheart Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2014  Student Artist
HAPPY BIRTHDAY! :iconcakeplz::iconcakeplz::iconballonplz::iconballonplz::iconcelebrateplz::iconcelebrateplz::party::party:
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Shiron-the-Windragon Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I have a question for you. Have you ever considered making the Sealed Master Sword from Skyward Sword? I know it's basically the True Master Sword, only without the glowing blade and the handles out, but it'd be an interesting challenge for someone of your skill level.
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torsoboyprops Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
I've considered just modifying a casting of my current True Master Sword to turn it into the Master Sword, but the work involved in doing so would generate something not unique enough to suit my needs as a builder. I would, however, like to build the original Goddess Sword, so that I have a fair representation of each of the main generations of the sword. However, at the time I finished the True Master Sword, I had gone through several Zelda props in a row, so I've stopped working on Zelda props for the time being to focus on other interests. There will be more Zelda, though, but likely from Zelda U.
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Shiron-the-Windragon Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ah, okay. I understand. I do love your swords, though, and your other props, too. They're all really great. Too bad I can't buy any of them, or commission you for some. It's mainly because I live with my mom. I'm sure I don't have to explain why that means I can't do much of anything when it comes to stuff like this.
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mtomsky Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2014  Professional Artist
Thanks for the watch!
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