Gather your supplies.
Begin measuring the outline of the sword and pencil tiny dots on the wood.
Connect the dots.
Using an Xacto knife and a new blade, cut out your sword. It's a good idea to have a cutting mat or cardboard under your sword.
Once you have completely cut out the sword, place it on your second piece of wood and trace around it. Cut out this piece as well.
Create another outline inside one of the pieces of wood by measuring and creating equidistant dots from the edge. Cut out the center piece.
Using your leftover wood, cut out a base for the sword and two strips to go over the top and bottom of the base.
Gather the square pieces you will need for the diamonds on the sword. I used 1 small, 10 medium and 1 large squares.
Following the instructions on your spray paint can, spray paint the sword and the interior sword base red.
Using your orange/yellow, spray paint the center of the sword. You might want to do a few practice sprays first. Check with your hardware or hobby store to see if they have thin spray paint nozzle replacements.
Spray paint the outer piece of your sword silver. To get the black edge, spray paint a line of black inside the shape. This will allow a little bit of the black paint to spray onto the edge, leaving the outside silver.
Spray your squares and base lines silver. Go over them quickly with the black spray paint.
Paint the handle of the sword brown. Draw your diamonds with a pencil.
Using a Sharpie, go over your penciled lines. With the remaining brown paint, roughly paint over the edges of your marker.
Begin gluing your pieces together.
Glue the large diamond to the handle of your sword.
Starting at the ends of the base of your sword, paint a gradient effect using your fingers, a paper towel or a paint brush.
Using a paintbrush, paint the inside edge of your sword black.
Place a small drop of silver paint on the center of each diamond on the sword's blade. Seal the sword with a sealant spray if you like.
Congratulations! All of your hard work has paid off and you are now the proud owner of an epic sword. For more great craft ideas, visit World of WarCrafts.