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Weapons locker.

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So I am using altoids cans to make weapons lockers for Deadpool (at a road block with the actual figure. need that ball joint still)so I am wondering, I there anything out there that I could glue on the top and side to get it to one-hold paint, and two- hide the lable (how it pops out). thought about styrene and sculpt but im running out of miliput ad about to try green stuff. im using foam inside to hold the guns.

Posted by Anthony Demma
on Tuesday, December 11, 2012
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bobtheodd -
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
cus easy is no fun. plus I already ate all the altoids (not at one time. OUCH!) so I don't wanna buy new tins.
Easy is for people who don't have time to f*ck around, cause they're busy.
If you have all the time in the world, then have at the tin with a hammer then.
Anthony Demma -
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
cus easy is no fun. plus I already ate all the altoids (not at one time. OUCH!) so I don't wanna buy new tins.
Ole Jade Jaw -
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Take a hammer to it and call it beaten and worn.
bobtheodd -
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
I think you should just avoid all the pain-in-the-butt work of that and just find a small plain tin, like this:
http://www.worldwide-usa.com/smalltinem ... nAodm20AMA
Darththomas -
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Try using a block of wood or metal rest the lid of the tin on then use a hammer to tap out the logo, I think this would be the most effective way of keeping the tin shape. You could just cover it in foam but then you'd have an extra lip kinda thing. I think sculpting over it wouldn't really work as the slightest ding on the inside would bend the tin and then knock the sculpt off the outside.
Anthony Demma -
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
nope I want to cover up the altoids logo (it pops out kinda.)
shapp -
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Have you thought about a brush on superglue? since it can be brushed on you should be able to cover the entire box pretty easily and once it has that cover could you paint over the glue?
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