A fan of The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim shows off his crafting skills by recreating a true-to-life replica of the RPG’s locks and hooks.
Lockpicking is a remarkable skill in Skyrim, and a fan decided to turn this mechanism into a real thing by 3D printing an impressively accurate replica of the game’s locking and picking tools. There are so many different ways to play The Elder Scrolls 5, whether as a mighty warrior, a fearsome mage, a peaceful bard, or a rogue who roams the streets at night. Everyone has their favorite version and there isn’t just one version of the Dragonborn that represents the right way to play.
For those who like to go the stealth route, it’s important to learn lock picking by Skyrim. The ability to break into people’s houses or open locked chests is a skill that always needs to be improved to make stealing a breeze. Any fan of the 2011 Bethesda RPG not only knows the value of having a ton of hooks, but also knows very well the image that pops up on screen every time they’re about to break into something. thing. And one player decided to bring such an asset to real life.
In a recent Reddit post, user Yugiwow showed off some footage of their recreation of the famous lock pick. Skyrim, especially the standard locking and picking tools that come with the act of theft. It’s a pretty amazing replica of the in-game image, with lots of detail that’s been incorporated into the real-world prop. The designer says this item was 3D printed and hand painted. Anyone interested in the item can purchase it from the user’s Etsy store, where it is currently priced at $85. Yugiwow also has other old scrolls-themed 3D printed accessories, including the dragon claw and the Skyrim master key.
More images can be found on the Reddit thread here.
It shows just how impactful the game has been over the years and that players want to bring some of its strengths to life. There were many other examples of TES5 fans put their artistic skills to good use with cosplay outfits, drawings, and there was even someone who did it Skyrim wooden card. It looks like the 11-year-old game continues to inspire plenty of artwork.
With its massive open world spanning hundreds of hours, Skyrim Still attracting players after all these years. Admittedly, many fans are now ready to move on to the next episode, but seeing as almost no one knows when The Elder Scrolls 6 will finally see the light of day, the 2011 version will continue to entertain players for quite a while.
The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim is available for PC, PS3, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox 360, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.
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