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Halo 4 Inspired Nerf Praxis by meandmunch Halo 4 Inspired Nerf Praxis by meandmunch
I'm a big nerdy Halo fan and am quite excited about this years release. I turned this Praxis into a hypothetical UNSC weapon that fires mini magnetic mines (or M&Ms as I like to call them) that can attach to a variety of armored surfaces. Used to breach walls, demolition applications, booby trap corridors or attach them to enemy vehicles or armored personnel. Pressure sensitive activation, thermal and proximity based detonation settings are available.

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unknown-raven02 Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
if that said Cthulu i would have LOL'd
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ruzkin Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2012
Brilliant detail work, man. How do you achieve the weathering on the grips and edges? Do you double/triple layer different paints and sand back, or use some other secret technique?
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Aramech Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2012
I might be wrong but it looks like drybrushing to me. You paint on the basecolor normaly. then you take verry little of the metallic color onto your paintbrush and dragg it over some paper untill even less remains on the brush. Now you drag the brush over the object carefully and if done right the metallic color will only stick to the edges, elevated details of the model. Its a technique that is used by tabletop-miniature-painters.
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