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Screw Tutorial for Dr. Stein by N-Hyuman80 Screw Tutorial for Dr. Stein by N-Hyuman80
MWAHAHAHA!!! BOOOOW BEFORE ME AND MY AWESOME SCREW MAKING MIGHT!!! *flexes and poses*

btw, this is what my most recent journal was talking about....



So this is actually my first tutorial, because, well, this is the first thing I've had to be worthy of making a tutorial for.


So. let me know if it's good, or bad, why it's bad, what could be better...

And if you like it, or need it, or know anyone who needs to make a screw or needs to make a NEW screw, please pass it on.


btw, I found the noisemaker at Party City, but it took me, like, MONTHS to find, apparently they're a seasonal thing in some places, so if you think ur gunna need'm, and see'm, get'm!


Criticism please!


NOTE: I found out that spackling and sanding the styrofoam is almost a better alternative to tape, since there would be no "seams" or anything like that. (although to be honest, I didn't do the spackling, so it didn't turn out all that well, but I have a bit of confidence that it'll turn out much better, as I'm intent on remaking the screw YET AGAIN)

Or using Insulation foam is good too. Much more sturdy. Still involves cutting, spackling and painting, but it's up to you XD
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FacelessGreen Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Awesome.  But do you know a way to make it crank without a noisemaker?
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N-Hyuman80 Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2013
I haven't really thought of one since I already have one... maybe if you found something like a gas cap, you know how when it's tightened enough it clicks when you turn it? Something like that maybe (just the first thing off the top of my head)

Oh, Oh! Or maybe a medicine bottle, one with a childproof cap? Just cut the bottle so it's flush with the cap, then attatch either the cap to the screw or screwhead, and then vice-verse?
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FacelessGreen Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you! Now I know what I'm doing for Halloween.
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N-Hyuman80 Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2013
Hope it comes out good ^^
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maevezz11 Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2013
this is an amazing tutorial, I'm working on a female stein cosplay, so this is great!! I already have the labcoat and I decided to cut is up and sew it back again to get a realistic look so this will be my next project!! ^^
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N-Hyuman80 Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2013
Awesome! I hope it turns out as good as you want.
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maevezz11 Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2013
right now i'm working on making death scythe it looks promising!!
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N-Hyuman80 Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2013
Cool! I gotta make one of those too, eventually...
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SnakeAlchemist Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2013
so wait... where else is it possible to get the noise maker? what exactly is this type of noise maker called?
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N-Hyuman80 Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2013
First off, sorry for the late reply, haven't been on in a loong while

Second, I'm not really sure where to get them(unless your on O'ahu -_-). Basically I just went to Party City, but I'm sure similar stores have them.

I've seen them just called noise makers, and football clackers, but usually I have to describe what I'm talking about to one of the salespeople, so maybe bring a pic with you?

Sorry I'm not very helpful, I live in a very small world xD
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