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Bioshock ADAM syringe by Suruh Bioshock ADAM syringe by Suruh
So here it is FINALLY done after much patience!! And yes! It glows! :3

So this was made for an upcoming con. Me and a few friends decided to cosplay Bioshock. I am the little sister (I'm about 5 feet tall XP)
So of course, you HAVE to have the adam extractor. Me and my dad worked on this for a few weeks now and I'm really proud of how it turned out and I can't thank my dad enough for putting up with my perfectionism. Hehe!!

How this was made: I bought a brand spankin' new fuel nozzle from a company on eBay. Keep in mind that this was not an antique AT ALL. It was the shiniest silver ever. What I basically did was beat the hell out of it with various tools like a hammer. Sprayed it with anti-rust paint (Which makes it look rusty lol) filled in the scars with black acrylic paint, and basically put some on an old toothbrush and went crazy! This was the funnest part to do! The needle is just an old paintbrush that I whittled down to a point. Put fake blood on the end and there you go. We added a basic jar to the mix. The actual adam is just hair gel mixed with a little water and fake blood. And don't forget the baby bottle nipple on the top! :] Adding the light was the trickiest part but I think it turned out amazing. The photos don't really give it justice but trust me, it's rad!

Thanks for looking!
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Edgarluv Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Do you make them for commission
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mikurutaiyo Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
COOOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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xxroxasandkeyxx Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2012
You must start selling these! :) i so need to buy one..
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Suruh Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2012
I've been thinking about selling some actually hehe.
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xxroxasandkeyxx Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2012
do it! :DD
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Aingeal11 Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
How did you make it light up?? That's the part I'm having trouble with on mine. I don't know how to do the wiring to make it light up. Any chance you could post some pictures and a tutorial of how you wired it?
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Suruh Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2012
My dad helped out a lot with it. I'd have to ask him for the exact details. But as far as I remember, we just had an LED light we bought at like...Radio Shack I think. It was literally like a dollar and it was just one, bright white little bulb. Then we wired it to a small battery pack which is located in that back part. You simply screw off the end there to change the batteries. We have a button that my dad somehow fit into the top portion so when you pull the handle, it clicks the button on and off and turns on the light. But like I said. That's all off the top of my head. I'll ask him tomorrow when he gets off work.
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Aingeal11 Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
Thanks! yeah, if we can just get ours to light up then I'm finally done with it.
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gummy-bear-commander Featured By Owner May 26, 2012  Student Writer
Hey, I'm making one for my actual little sister (lawlz) you wouldn't mind if I asked you for advice when I got to various stages? :)
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Suruh Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2012
I can try my best. :)
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