The cape was cut, the edges burnt with a candle, and then airbrushed to add texture to them. The cross was 3D printed on our printer, and then gessoed and sanded for a clean finish. For the sword, Curtis and Gary used ABS plastic to form the individual blade segments and added cabling for each section that ran to the centre housing that holds a crank connected to the cabling. This allows the cosplayer to tighten and loosen the cabling releasing the tension when transforming the Sword into a Scythe. The handle is made out of PVC pipe with the black segments slotting into the red pieces. Although the prop was still heavy, this made it significantly lighter than a worbla build covered in wood filler and paint layers. This was a very technically challenging build but a lot of fun to make!

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