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How to make a Millenium Ring by akaneshrio How to make a Millenium Ring by akaneshrio
Wow... I finished it only a day after I took the photos.
It's not the greatest tutorial, but it's good with the pictures.
Also, all the stuff I used you can find around the house or at your local Wal-Mart. Even my very poorly stocked Wal-mart had all the stuff I needed.
Maybe I'll make another part for it, or maybe I won't. After all of this, you just need to put the pointers on and spray-paint it, then your ready to go.
... Hope it helps someone, even in the slightest bit...
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ginlove93 Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2014
Thank you my first try turn out bad its took me a month to finish it and I had to try it three different Times its  drove me crazy 
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animelover140 Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2012
Wow this is great, this will help a lot and just a question do you think air dry clay would work okay with this method?
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akaneshrio Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Yes, a good air dry clay would work great!
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marissajanae85 Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2012
This will be really helpful! Thank you! but how should I attach the pointers?
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akaneshrio Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Probably with a bit of craft wire, though make it a bit lose, almost like string so that they move when you walk or move it.

Or you could bed the wires to make the pointers actually point as well. ^^

Gold or yellow thread could also work, but it is much more tricky and very fragile. If a pointer got caoug on something it would snap the thread.

Good luck!
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marissajanae85 Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2012
Thank you!
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Vividly-Livid Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2012
Wow, this is really great. I can't wait to make this! Thank you for submitting this. You have just made my day!
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Dixiefoxx Featured By Owner May 26, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm gonna cosplay as Yami Bakura and this is really helpful! :D Thank you :)
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ThatGirlOnTheScreen Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2012  Student
Hi there! I've been wanting to make a Millennium Ring for my own cozplay/ casual ware for quite some time now and Im finally starting to do research on how it can be done. This chart looks like its going to be a great help, and your ring looks absolutely brilliant! I do have one question tho. What is the Tin Foil used for? Is it just so that its hallow and lighter? Will it burn out once you bake the clay? Do you think you could use News paper instead, or even not use anything on the inside at all? I've never really taken a project like this under my belt before so any tips you could give would be a great help!!!
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akaneshrio Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2012  Student Digital Artist
The tin foil is used to give the clay some structure so it will be a bit sturdier and less likely to crack and break. Tin foil is used in baking a lot and if covered completely should be fine. The tin foil will stay inside the ring to keep it strong.
I don't recommend paper. This provides no structure, is difficult to work with and may catch fire.
Mostly, a tip I have is to use light weight clay, as this will allow for more comfortable wear, and something comfortable yet strong to wear around your neck:
I also don't recommend wearing it everyday, as it can be broken easily. However, this is good project to work on for cosplay and is much simplier that others. The more complex ones that are usually made of wood however are more durable. I've never attempted any of those so I can't supply any information on them. I know that they are a bit higher in difficulty and would require the use of powertools as a possibility.
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ThatGirlOnTheScreen Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2012  Student
I bought alot of clay so i kind of got to experiment around with a few different things. I took your advice with the not using paper tho, Dont want to set my house on fire hahaha. The base that looked the best was the one that was just made from clay. Its somewhere between 1/4 of and inch and 1/2 of an inch thick, so I dont think it'll crack.... I tried to make the little dangly bits out of dowel rods that I took an exacto knife to and some sandpaper and they were alot lighter than the clay ones and they look just as nice. Thank you for all of your help! I really appreciate it
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ArrancarGirl Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This will definitely help out with my bakura cosplay the one I have now I made out of cardboard and the needles are falling off
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StarscreamsAmethyst Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2011
This is awesome!!! I'm definately gonna do this, this weekend! x3
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SwirlyPaisley Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
This tutorial really helped me when I began constructing my millennium ring. Thanks a bunch =D here is the link if you want to see it [link]
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Adamska954 Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2010
This is a good start to make a millennium ring how ever the problem of it is that its clay the possibility of it actually falling and breaking are high and secondly the hardest part of the item would be the eye getting that just perfect is not an easy task and of course the spray paint if you want it to look like real gold or something that doesn't look cheap i suggest to get the good spray paint it will probably hold together much more better and it would look better also dont be cheap on this one if you want it to look good
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saraanndixon Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2010
This is a really great tutorial!
I was freaking out because I had no idea how to make the ring for my cosplay, and now I know it's quite easy!
Thank you so much!
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ThePyroOkami Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
i made mine with pipe cleaners fluffballs and glue. cheak out my gallery to chack it out
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NekoFriendly Featured By Owner May 25, 2010
thankyou so much! i can't wait to finish my bakura cosplay ^ ^
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Mihael-Keehl97 Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2010
how long do you bake it? im dead serious XD
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ParadoxicalHikari Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2009
Oh my goodness.
Thank you SO MUCH. I was looking for an easy-to-make, cheap Millennium Ring guide when I found yours. I'm trying to finish my Bakura cosplay in time for a Tea Ceremony and Japanese Market/Bookstore trip I'm going on at my college this Saturday, and this is probably the best I can do by then.
... Yeah, I'm going to cosplay in a Tea Ceremony. But the Ring and wig'll be put away during the Ceremony, just in case my professor gets angry.
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akaneshrio Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2009  Student Digital Artist
Well I'm glad you like it. I thought that no one really would because I've never seen a tutorial on how to make millenium items.
I hope the tea ceremony goes well! :D
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lycanthropy666 Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2009
i'm so gonna make one of these as soon as i'm done with my puzzle.
great work! =D
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akaneshrio Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2009  Student Digital Artist
I'm glad you liked it. :D
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YaoiMeowmaster Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2009
this is genuis! :iconiloveitplz:
The last time I made a millenuim ring it was out of carboard for a Halloween dance and it broke while I was dancing. D:
This will make meh look much cooler now!
Savior! :iconiloveyouplz:
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PainfulSuffering Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Cool sprinkles ^w^
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