Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Anatomy of a non-modular passing arrow

Arrows can be immensely dangerous if they are not built properly.  Unfortunately, they are also one of the most complicated weapons to make for the first time. You'll probably want to get someone to teach you the first time you do it, or at least follow a tutorial.

I've make this handy graphic as a quick guide to show the most important rules you'll need to know if you are making basic arrows. It also gives you an inside view of the construction, so you have a better idea of what those layers of foam protecting you from the shaft really look like.

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