Princess Bride Sword

Skyler made Inigo Montoya’s sword from Princess Bride out of InstaMorph.  It has a wooden dowel running down the center to keep the blade stiff, but otherwise is made entirely made out of InstaMorph. He sent us a ton of photos showing the various stages of his project.

His paint job includes a layer of primer (I great idea) to keep the paint job from chipping. He also added some craft store jewels into it without using any glue; just pressing them into the hot plastic.

The sword also played double duty in an Assassins Creed costume, which you can see in the last photo.

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