The build of the Wabbajack started out as creepy blob faces, but turned out quite fine in the end.
Using a clear tube of Smooth-On tint packaging as a base for the 3 sides.
On top of it I slowly build the faces of the Wabbajack with Worbla.

Creepy Wabbajack is right behind you.
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When all 3 sides are sturdy enough to stand on their own, I cut the plastic tube out and removed most of it. And the build continues!P1030675

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A switch for lazy dummies like me. Pressing the metal button connects 2 open wire ends together, which close the circuit. Wooh!

P1030709 The wires are hidden within the lip sides and the battery is in the tube. It can be pulled out easily.

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The build is done, next comes primer and paint.

Painting the Wabbajack was fairly easy.
I primered the staff, but kept the texture from the Worbla to give if a rough look.
The coated the entire staff with metal spray paint.

Here lies the battery.

I weathered the staff with black shoe shine and black acrylic paint.

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