Decorative Pokeball Kit
by michael_gailling, published
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I was challenged to create a passable decorative pokeball for cosplay purposes. These components can be used to construct your own decorative Pokeballs. This kit includes simple primitive models to construct a decorative pokeball. By themselves the included models do not constitute a pokeball, some assembly required.
Reinforced Half Sphere
Legal Disclaimer: The Pokemon brand is the property of Nintendo. I claim no ownership over their products or trademarks. This is merely a reproduction for decorative purposes only. Do not try to eat the components or final item. Not for children. NOT A TOY!
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1.Print off two half spheres. One white, one red.
2.Print off two split flanges in black.
3.Print off one button in white.
Allow the glue to dry for each of the following steps.
4.Glue the half spheres to the split flanges.
5.Glue the opposite ends together ensuring the split flange slots line up.
6.Apply glue to the button tab then insert the tab into the slot.
7.Sand any imperfections.
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