Head piece to staff of RA and staff mounting pieces
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This is my attempt to make a head piece to the staff of RA that is a blend of the two seen in the movie and from an artifact from the Tutankhamun collection.
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For my model I used 3/4 dowels cut into two equal parts(approximately 2.5 kaddams ;-) ). Attach the RA staff mount to the top of the first dowel and then connect two dowels with the RA staff connector. The head piece of RA can then be mounted on top of the staff. For the finish work I used Rust-Oleum primer, Testors one coat lacquer bronze(#1847) and Model masters Ultra Gloss clearcoat(#28139. To antique the model I used Anitas all purpose acrylic expresso bean #11131. For the eye gem I use a 1.2 cm plastic hobby gem.
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