A W A T U T O R I A L
want to have a grubby clothed scavenger to call your own? Well, you've
come to the right place.
tutorial will help you to make a great replica of your own Jawa for $100-$120.
you will need:
have acquired these, you are ready to begin bringing your Jawa to life.
of brown material, 60" wide. I used (nutmeg color) cotton duck cloth
of black wool. This is for the face covering. ($3)
of Kid's brown jerseygarden gloves. I got these at Ace Hardware,
but most any hardware store should at least be able to order them.
If not, you could search the web. Go to the "Hands" page to see a
pic of the gloves.($1.50)
"Great Neck" flashlights (like mini-maglites). I picked these up
at Autozone. ($3 ea.)
colored lenses. I used small lisence plate reflectors I found at Ace Hardware.
1- 6" Styrofoam
sphere. Any craft store should carry these. ($2)
section of 1/2" plastic conduit. ($1.50)
fittings: (1) 4-way, (3) 3-way, (8) 90 deg., (2) 45 deg. ($4).
4' of sturdy,
yet bendable) metal wire. ($?)
tape (20 yd roll). ($4)
4 sq. feet
of 1" foam. This is for giving the mannequin "bulk".
Black, Dk. Brown, Almond. ($6-$10)
belt (30-44 inches). ($7-$10)
ammo pouches. These may be difficult to find, but I purchased mine
(labeled as "Turkish Ammo Pouches") from sportsmansguide.com
. Go to the "Search All Catalogs" page. The Item number is AX0M
- 43496. ($5)
1903 Pattern 5-Pocket Leather Bandolier. Available from International
Military Antiques. ($40)
/ Hands / Eyes / Head
/ Accessories / Assembly