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Caladbolg 2 by pyrohmstr Caladbolg 2 by pyrohmstr
My final version of Caladbolg...I decided to remake it after someone showed some interest in the older version.

Modeled with blender and rendered with Maxwell 2

The blade is porcelain...because it doesn't look anything like metal in any of the pictures
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sora579 Aug 24, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
YOU ARE A GOD!!!! Yes caps are necessary.
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pyrohmstr Aug 24, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
:p why is that?

Thanks for the compliment :dummy:
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sora579 Aug 25, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
a god because this is awesome, and cap necessary because you made one of my favorite final fantasy swords
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:iconstarman609:
Wow you really outdone yourself now reason why i showd intrest was the fact that was my fav weapon in FFX and most epic looking :D
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pyrohmstr Mar 27, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks. I've never played FFX (well I tried once and didn't like it)
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:iconstarman609:
that stinks, but evryone has a game prefrence
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:iconsecretsheik:
Well, I don't have cardboard sword adventures anymore (I learned from my Buster sword. It was fine for a sword of that size and shape, but yeah) I'm more of a foam core, soft foam and wire person. It's not heavy like metal, wood or fiberglass, it's con-ready (it won't hurt anybody because it's too soft) and it's easily fixed if something breaks or scuffs off.
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pyrohmstr Feb 24, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Make it out of a ceramic.
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:iconsecretsheik:
Oh dear, no, that would break too easily. I take stuff like that to conventions. Also, ceramic for such a large sword would be way too heavy for me.
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pyrohmstr Feb 25, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I don't mean clay. I mean a technical ceramic like a carbide. It wasn't a serious suggestion. You should cast one out of magnesium...super light and strong
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