After the completion of my earlier modeling work, the mask received a few changes. I brought the geometry into ZBrush and spent a little bit of time refining the teeth, bone shapes, and textures on the horns.
Category: Audio Effects
If I haven’t made it clear yet, I love Fallout. Love it. I’m not as big a fan of Fallout 76 for a variety of reasons that don’t belong on this blog, but it
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwlVqF_BDNE I had time to rig up a quick test of the initial Voight-Kampff electronics setup. I have had a bunch of projects where I have prototyped something on a larger arduino (i.e. an
I’ve had a few messages requesting a better explanation of how the data knife goes together, so I sat down with a spare print of the handle and photographed the process in the hopes
I masked the LEDs on the arc grenade off, then sprayed the whole thing with a rough silver coat that is apparently intended for hubcaps or something. It gave the grenade a bit of
Since I don’t think I’ve done a proper parts breakdown for the Data Knife yet, I’ll post it here. This model was designed around the following parts: 12BH510-GR Battery Holder for N-Style Batteries A23
Following up my previous posts breaking down some of the parts for the Arc Grenade and showing some of the wiring, I thought it would be appropriate to share the code running the Arc Grenade. Please note
I’ve made a bit of progress on the Arc Grenade that I’d like to share, so let me catch up with a couple of pictures and videos. None of this wiring was hard, it was
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rVH_hhYB1s I actually got as far as assembly and painting after filming the video above, but I suffered some setbacks. For what it’s worth, assembly is a relative breeze. Unfortunately, once the thing was
Original audio circuit on left, mine on right. I figured out the points to jump power across and used 3xAA batteries to replace the 3 1.5v coin cells, just to test. Still works. Now
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