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Nuka-Cola Quantum and Nuclear Reactor Display Stand

tonic water & a few drops of acrylic paint red and blue. Just put a couple drops. Mix it up There shouldn't be any color to the liquid at all, just an ever so slightly cloudy water. there are going to be big pieces of paint floating in it. Take a shop towel or something similar and place it into the top of the empty bottle like a filter. Slowly pour the mixture through the filter removing all the big chunks of paint.

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All three of my “poor man’s” Nuka Cola bottles from Fallout 4. From left to right, Nuka Cola, Nuka Cherry and Nuka Cola Quantum. Made using Perrrier plastic bottles, foam core poster board, Owens Corning foamular insulation foam, bottle caps and labels printed on regular paper that was coated in Elmers Glue-All then the whole bottle was clear coated with rustoleum clear gloss engine enamel.

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Here it is. I decided to release this Nuka-Cola Label which I used in My "Nuka-Cola Fallout style" deviation. You can see it here. Just in case anyone wants to make their own bottles. I added a sim...

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How To Make A Nuka-Cola Quantum From Fallout

This article will be a step by step guide to making a nuka cola quantum from the video games Fallout New Vegas. There are many different guides out there using various methods for the light, fluid, fluid colour, bottle cap and the nuka cola labels....

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DOWNLOAD: Fallout 3 / New Vegas "Nuka Cola" bottle label, coaster/beer mat and matchbook (self-print)

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My fellow dear hearts and gentle people, its me Whatpayne [*howl] and it's time for an update! Here's a mystery for you. What am I thinking? Drinking it, feels like downing a handful of s...

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The unfortunate drink called Nuka-Cola Cherry was supposed to replace the original Nuka-Cola. Kept in markets for short period until quickly drawn from sales, and to be replaced by Nuka-Cola Classi...

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All three of my “poor man’s” Nuka Cola bottles from Fallout 4. From left to right, Nuka Cola, Nuka Cherry and Nuka Cola Quantum. Made using Perrrier plastic bottles, foam core poster board, Owens Corning foamular insulation foam, bottle caps and labels printed on regular paper that was coated in Elmers Glue-All then the whole bottle was clear coated with rustoleum clear gloss engine enamel.

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This is my guide to make Nuka Cola caps. I've been experimenting with different ways and I think this is the best so far. Hope you enjoy. Edit: Apparently weeklygeek is no longer up. I decided to n...

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