"Part 9: Harley Quinn Mallet Prop Build" or "IT'S HAMMER TIME"
A Completed Prop Is Upon Us!
(Look here for the previous part to this build)
This is where I left off from before.
The inside compartments are completed.
I shredded up the remaining red and black fabric for the interior and made an improvised grip for the handle.
I kind of liked the alternating colors here.
Knotted the top and bottom all ninja-style!
Now to finish up the flat sides.
Sorta looks like a prehistoric Captain America.
Oh wait even better...
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After drying, a circular coat of Mod Podge
I am rather proud of this one. It's the most complicated thing I've tried to make with my hands and cardboard and foam. LOL
The flip side was some lettering over the wood grain.
And when you want to sneak a peek at your phone or get some sour patch kids from your candy stash or take a shot from your hot thermos of coffee, you set your hammer down and gently lift the "Face" side of the log.
Inside, you will find the keeper of a secret pocket dimension there to greet you with a smile.
Stash little things in there. A phone, a tablet, a hotspot, books, mail, headshots, markers, pensils...
...small accessories or clothing items, jewelry, spare change, a phaser that you use with your Starfleet uniforms, candy...
...sandwiches, singularities (please no more than 3 at a time), makeup, money, doritos, or thermos full of coffee and/or tequila.
This strange dimensional cat will guard your belongings happily.
I had a lot of fun making this.
That's the end!
Thank you everyone that stuck around and watched me build this prop.
[thanks for the attention]
See The Whole Process
Part 1: Mallet Head & Handle
Part 2: Foam Application to Head
Part 3: Setting the Handle into the Mallet Head
Part 4: Wrapping the Handle
Part 5: Interior and Exterior Foam Work
Part 6: Applying Paint
Part 7: Finishing Up Exterior Paint
Part 8: Interior Build
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