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Ezio belt insignia by fevereon Ezio belt insignia by fevereon
:bulletyellow: download for full image :bulletyellow:

Since I have to make molds of some of the parts for my AC2 cosplay, I'm making some available!

The insignia is officially completed!

It measures 7 5/8" wide and 6 3/8" tall and are cold cast in tinted smoothcast 325. Painted with a spraypaint "wash" technique I accidentally discovered when making the first one (and is way nicer than the original paint tests! ) :) Installed bolts onto the back of the insignia so they attach to the backplate.

The backplate is made from two layers of cintra, heat bent and glued together. The buckles are then mounted onto the cintra, and after you add a sash and the belt straps (not included). You can screw the insignia onto the plate as well. There's some photos on the bottom (though the first one was before i added the holes for the insignia onto the plate). A foam padding will be added to the back of the plate.


Sash and belt are not included!

there's more info on my blog, as well as a link to a request form [link]

Send me a note if you're interested , thanks :)
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demongal Nov 3, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
So I remember when you first started selling this.... and I wasn't really ready to cosplay yet, so I saved your page to buy it later. I see you've nearly tripled your price for it (or maybe I've forgotten). I'm just wondering... why the price jump? Is it the popularity or did you get new equipment which costs more to run? Just curious. Thanks much!
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fevereon Nov 4, 2013   Artisan Crafter
the price was around 105, but the cost of the materials involved (and things like the gas it cost to travel around and buy them) had gone up substantially.

Since this is also my livelihood now, other expenses have to be covered (including things like insurance, mortgage, taxes and other things), and doing it for less an hour than minimum wage was not going to work.
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demongal Nov 5, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Ah, gotcha. Makes sense. Thanks for the info =]
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Meabird Mar 19, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
are you selling?
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TobiLovesRocks Mar 12, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
you are just way to good at this stuff
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LoreGore Feb 24, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
This is beautiful, and the best hand-made Ezio insignia I've ever seen.
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would it be strong enough to attach buckle stright onto the insignia? Or it's too crumbly or weak? How about moving in it - you need to be careful or it's strong enough to move freely? (I'd be really really happy if you answer, because your insignia is the best i found for now ^ ^)
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Miss-Morozova Nov 1, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
How much does this cost?
Very well done, by the way!
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Elexeo Aug 22, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Heys i was just wondering if you do commissions?
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TunedToMusic Jul 6, 2012  Hobbyist Filmographer
awesome! I have one question >.< howd you make the mold?
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