So this video game has a symbol for the Assassins, which shows up in the costume a few times and on the shape of the tomahawk.
On the costume it shows up on the belt and on one of the vambraces.
I decided to make them out of modeling clay and then paint as needed.
I got a clay tool set and some Sculpty clay at Michael’s.
I printed out the logo and placed some parchment paper over the top of it. Then, I proceeded to mold the clay to the right shape. I decided to use wire (hanger wire…since, it was all I really had that was strong enough) as a base in the clay. It gave it some stability. I’m not sure how much wear and tear these are going to get.
On the one that goes into the vambrace, I punched holes in it so that I could attach it to the leather. Actually, I did on both, just in case.
The tomahawk is a whole ‘nother thing. I drew out the blade pieces, and had hubster cut it out for me from some plywood. I figured if I did it then I would lose some fingers. After he cut it out I used my Dremel and sanded the blade and rounded the edges.
The blade pieces are attached to the dowel part through a hole in the dowel. There are small square pieces on the edges of the blade pieces, and I used my Dremel to cut a hole the same dimensions into the stained handle. I put some wood glue into the hole and onto the pieces and attached them. Once I had them attached, I taped off the handle and spray painted the blade silver.
When that was dried I attached the leather pieces to the handle. The grip part is attached with some small nails. The tan leather is attached with hot glue.
I spilled leather dye on my white table twice. It now has some big brown spots. The Girl’s costume is still in process. I have the horns carved and painted, so I just need to attach them to a headpiece that is not made yet. Then I have to hem the dress and add a bustle in case she doesn’t want to get stomped on all day.