UNSC Hat Pins

torsoboy

Member
Here is a little bit I sculpted this past April for my group of troopers. It's sculpted out of Super Sculpey, and then I made a mold so I could make castings. Castings are Smooth Cast 300, painted and then black washed. They have push-pin style fixtures on the back that are embedded in the resin.

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JMann

New Member
I love it! Things like these are subtle but truly bring any full outfit to a whole other league.
 

Jason 078

Well-Known Member
Those are amazing! I wish I could order a couple from you. However, I completely understand the amount of requests you are getting. I'm going through that h-e-double-hockey sticks myself with a custom backpack I am making for my McQuarrie Boba Fett.
 

Spitfire22V

Well-Known Member
These look great! The first few pics are nice, but it's not until the pins are mounted on a hat in the last photo that the effect is fully realized. Great job!
 

Jason 078

Well-Known Member
When I wear a certain costume to events, I usually wear a hat in my "civvies" that speaks to the type of costume. My Biker scout is a white boonie cap with black Imperial cog, my RFT is an Army Patrol Cap with Revel symbol, and my Rebel Pilot is an orange A-Frame with Rebel wings... When I get my MkIV armor done, I am definitely going to want a Marine patrol cap (gray) with that symbol on it.
 

mumgoot

Member
I would totally buy some of these off you if you were selling them they are beautiful!
Just so you know, posting on a post that is more than a year old is consider "necro-posting" it is frowned upon because it pushes an old or dead thread up the line where it can block out current ones.No biggie, just wanted to let you know. Meanwhile, I see that you are a new member! Welcome to the community! (y)
 
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