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How to make Fantastic Keyblades - Tutorial by vvmasterdrfan How to make Fantastic Keyblades - Tutorial by vvmasterdrfan
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Limited production commissions are available. Please send a private note if interested.

Click for more of my Keyblades and Cosplay -> [link]

I've had so many compliments and questions, that i decided as a Christmas Present, to show you guys how to make them :)

This is a Tutorial for two of my keyblades:
The Two Across and The Oblivion Keyblade

YOU think you can do it?! Follow my Tutorial and show me what you can do!! Let me know if you make one!! :boing:


EDIT: Since this is my most popular item in my gallery, I decided to remake it brand new with new colors, edited text, clearer directions, nicer graphics, and a friendlier layout. Enjoy the new tutorial! Thank you everyone for the support and feedback!

Please Comment if you have questions, Fav, follow me, and Download! :)


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With my Keyblades, I strive to obtain 100% accuracy in every possible way. I attempt to go beyond by selecting premium unique color choices and even enhancing details to my own designs. Out of love to the Kingdom Hearts series, it is my honor to craft such elite weaponry not only for my personal admiration, but for my fellow cosplayers, prop makers, friends, and fans. I would be nothing without my friends and fans. The intense hard work, sweat, blood, and tears that I put into making these is worth it. I hope that one day my talents and artwork may be recognized highly by others. Thank you.
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Very excellent tutorial. One thing I would add to this though, is that the finish pieces, the wood still looks a little messy (My wording sucks, ignore that) But what I mean is perhaps take the time to sand down edges and just in general, most of the areas. Maybe round off Roxas's key blade handle (where the checkers are) A little bit more. It looks really flat and uncomfortable to hold at the moment. I would love to see more Work-In-Progress' in the future though. By the way, where exactly did you get those paints? Keep up the good work.
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Definitely one of the best tutorials I've seen in a long time; careful consideration was put into making this just right, however the file is quote large; perhaps next time a separate tutorial for each? As far as the tutorial itself goes, excellent job on each keyblade, some areas seemed rough and maybe a bit quick to explain, but the pverall appearance seems to have come out well, especially for cosplay. This tutorial offers a good cost-effective use of plywood over metals, piping, etc. Provided that the maker has the proper tools. As the previous critiquer stated, perhaps some sanding could be used because it does indeed look a little rough, then again, that's all up to the makers own discretion.

Excellent job on these, and who knows, maybe I will be able to make something like your amazing keyblades using this tutorial (I hope so! xD )
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fluffluver1 Dec 20, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Dude!!! I want one!!!! someone should make me one!!!....cough...cough...hint...hint.. XD
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vvmasterdrfan Dec 27, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
hahah :P
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fluffluver1 Dec 27, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
lol :P
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Simply put, this is just pure genius. It lays everything out for anyone to understand and keeps it simple even when dealing with complex parts and intricate details. But on the whole, your work has been improving particularly your painting. Could you tell me just how the hell you managed to make the metallic finish look so genuine? I have been trying for weeks and every sword I make just looks like metal spray paint instead of actual metal.
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vvmasterdrfan Dec 1, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thanks so much!! I'm trying my best :D
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TimeHeroKaiser Oct 30, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wow This has been very helpful. Thanks!
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vvmasterdrfan Dec 1, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
thanks so much! I'm glad I an help!
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NorAfiqahG Oct 13, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Super wicked! <3 By far the best tutorial on making KH Cosplay props! WOW.
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vvmasterdrfan Oct 13, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Wow! thanks so much! :D :huggle:
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On the whole, this is by far one of the most useful tutorials on any weaponry I've found so far. The great thing is that you can apply this to ANY weapons, not just Keyblades. Spledid. Simply splendid. I've been in love with your work since I found your Xigbar Arrowguns by chance, and I can't wait to see what else you do in the future.

I do have questions, though. I'm planning on cosplaying Aqua in full armor sans helmet, and I was wondering if you had any hints/help for both the armor and the keychains for her Keyblades, Rainfell and Stormfall.
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