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Kingdom Key duet 2 by vvmasterdrfan Kingdom Key duet 2 by vvmasterdrfan
The Legendary Kingdom Key Keyblades In Kingdom Hearts.

Surprise :la: I made more. lol [uploading a full pic this time]

This lovely commission goes to a very lucky couple. This time I am using a special technique for painting. In which they will look like metal O_O. YES.

Finished pics soon. SORRY I'M TAKING FOREVER. THINGS HAVE COME UP.

Check out my Buster Sword-->

Please send a formal note if interested in commissions.
:boing: Want to learn how to make one? Click here for the Turtorial! --> [link]

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Comment, Fav, and Enjoy!! :)</b>

Forever dedicated to :iconanti-roxas-99: for inspiring me to become a prop maker.

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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:iconluna-z48:
As a Fan of the Kingdom Hearts Series i really love seeing this Keyblade remade into Cosplay Props or Necklaces or Whatever the case may be. These Keyblades are Superb. The Craftsmanship on all aspects from the length of the handle to the carving indentations close to the hilt are all Top Notch.
I Suggest Highly of Purchasing a Keyblade from this Maker Over any other that I've seen. You are Guaranteed Satisfaction and Detail beyond Imagination.

These Being Unpainted you can see the Wood glue lines from where he (I assume) Had to put several pieces of wood together to create the solid plank to Carve these Keyblades from. i think even they have a beauty to them But these are unfinished. So We Expect an Awesome Paint job. <3
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:iconaia-andrea:
What tool do you use to make the surface angled?
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vvmasterdrfan Sep 23, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I have a woodshop as well as hand tools I work with. There are plenty of ways to make surfaces angled :)
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RoXaS-lOvEs-YoGuRt Sep 16, 2013  Student General Artist
where did you get your wooden pieces?
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vvmasterdrfan Sep 17, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I'm not sure what you mean. I get my wood from a local wood factory.
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RoXaS-lOvEs-YoGuRt Nov 26, 2013  Student General Artist
i mean like dowels and stuff
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vvmasterdrfan Nov 12, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thanks for the feature!
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LMT-Xisa Apr 28, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I noticed on your tutorial you use 3/4 inch wood. Does that work for this keyblade too? o.O
It looks kinda thick. :P
Btw, Love this so much. XD
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vvmasterdrfan Apr 28, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
haha thanks :D no actually the kingdom key has multiple thicknesses so i use different layers and dowels to make it. it is a little different from the tutorial.
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:iconaia-andrea:
I'm really sorry to ask this, but what different thicknesses did you use for the different layers? And what did you use to stick the wood together?
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