Quickblade22 wrote:Thanks for the comments For this mod, there was no real purpose to take the horse apart other than to show it can be done. I used a 4.8V cordless Dremel ($20 at Walmart). To make it look ad clean as it does, I used a smaller drill bit to start (3/64 bit), then moved my way up to 5/64 and 7/64 until I got the final size of 1/8. As for snugness, it fits perfectly. The viking horn works as well, but due to it being a harder plastic, it it more difficult to remove. I am contemplating trying a black one, but if the nail polish remover discolors the black, I might just end up with a spotted horse I currently don't have enough unicorn horns to consider selling any at this time.
footsteps wrote:Nice simple work, though I'm not familiar with the horn piece.
I forgot to mention. It looks like Rocko did something like this a while back with a 'custom' horn
Ever read Neil Gaiman's "Stardust"?
it almost looks as it is not custom made bravo
Nice work Quickblade, you have inspired me. Where does one get this Brasso stuff? I need to do some Torsos as well, Home Depot?
Quickblade22 wrote:Nice work Quickblade, you have inspired me. Where does one get this Brasso stuff? I need to do some Torsos as well, Home Depot?
Thanks. Home Depot, Wal-mart, and Lowe's should carry Brasso.
I will be trying my hand at a black one soon, but lack Brasso myself.
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